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About Prego Restaurant

Find ambient Italian dining at Prego Restaurant, loved by loyal diners for mouth-watering cuisine not far from Perth city in Floreat Park. Established on Cambridge Street, Prego radiates a welcoming atmosphere, with a smart interior of crisp black and white tones adorned in timber wine shelves and polished floorboards creating a vibe suited to both corporate lunches and intimate evening affairs. Combining traditional Italian flavours with a dash of the Mediterranean, diners are spoiled for choice with entrees such as beef carpaccio with pesto aioli, crispy garlic, shaved Parmesan and onion jam and mains of prosciutto wrapped veal and sage medallions on a bed of artichoke gratin and sautéed spinach. Should occasion call for it, or simply just because, indulge in a flavoursome degustation.


Location & Map

440 Cambridge Street, Floreat Park 6014 WA - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos

Seats: 75   Chef: Joseph Souti  

Opening Hours

Mon  Closed
Tue  12:00:PM - 3:00:PM
Tue  6:00:PM - 12:00:AM
Wed  12:00:PM - 3:00:PM
Wed  6:00:PM - 12:00:AM
Thu  12:00:PM - 3:00:PM
Thu  6:00:PM - 12:00:AM
Fri  12:00:PM - 3:00:PM
Fri  6:00:PM - 12:00:AM
Sat  6:00:PM - 12:00:AM
Sun  Closed

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Member Reviews (2)


Highly Pleased
I have a fondness for Italian dishes since my childhood. I have visited this famous food-joint for several times and I would like to recommend the name of this restaurant to all the lovers of Italian cuisines.


There’s a wealth of hospitality flowing through every corner of beautifully fitted-out restaurant Each dish was a standout. Beef carpaccio was more robust than delicate with the raw beef served a tad thicker than usual. But paired with some excellent parmesan and a dob of pesto, it was the perfect marriage. Drizzles of lemon and olive oil kicked in with each mouthful, thus illustrating Joseph’s simple food philosophy. That came through also in the simply stunning seared veal medallions . They looked a picture, resting on crispy cubes of baked potato and a row of steamed asparagus on the top. Lemoney and peppery, it was tender as a turtledove, and just gorgeous. So, too, was the crispy-skinned Pink Snapper which flaked away decadently on the fork and counteracted texturally with the potato fingers underneath. We didn’t order dessert but if the sticky sweet baklava was any indication that was our loss. But by then the smiles were well and truly in place.