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Served. Prepared. Processed. Fished. Farmed. Grown.

Right here in Western Australia

Supporting the
WA food & drink industry

Western Australian businesses that display the Buy West Eat Best logo must meet stringent criteria for local content and quality.

70
% Local
ingredients

Western Australian restaurants must commit to using a minimum of 70 percent local ingredients on their menu to be part of the program.

100
% Local fresh
produce

Fresh produce, such as fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood, must be 100 percent grown, fished or farmed in Western Australia to be part of the program.

230
+ Local
brands

We promote Western Australians who fish, farm, grow, cook, sell and serve the best local produce.

celebrate
autumn!
In Season Now

Our favourite Autumn recipes

Easy
Autumn 30 mins
Chickpea & pumpkin laksa
Easy
Autumn 1 hr 15 mins (for pork belly)
a brown wooden platter with DIY pork belly banh mi ingredients such as bread and carrots
Average
Autumn 40mins
focaccia with red grapes on a blue table. Italian Cuisine, the perfect appetizer
Average
Autumn 40mins
Roast vegie & egg salad with tahini dressing
Easy
Autumn 4hrs (including chilling time)
Goiabada, a typical sweet made with guava fruit, common Brazilian sweet in the state of Minas Gerais.
Easy
Autumn 2 hours 30 mins
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Easy
Autumn 55 mins
Banana honey bread
Average
Autumn 60 mins
Leek, ricotta and cheddar flan
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