so sad we have lost the red herring. No real restaurants on the river. Why? And the dome? Really? Not happy... Come back.
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Visited the Red Herring for the first time in about 11 years last Saturday. Pre-booked a waterside table and that is exactly what we got, and a good start. The day weather wise was raining, but view all the same was super. Ordered tempura prawns...More
Nice experience here had the fish, naturally and it was lovely. Partner had the steak also really tasty. I would say the decor is a little clinical and less intimate than I usually like but overall a nice atmosphere.
We went here for our anniversary. Alas we were disappointed. No one to meet and greet us at front of house seemed to set the theme of what was to become a poor experience. No one offered to take our pre-dinner drinks order so I...More
I always have loved the red herring but was slightly disappointed when we arrived for a sunday lunch on my birthday. The restaurant has been divided in half with dome cafe taking up one half and the restaurant the other. So there is only roughly...More
A beautiful place to dine where tables are spaced well apart conducive to quiet conversations without a lot of noise. It sits right over the water and sitting next to an open window on a balmy evening we could see the divers with their headlights...More
The restaurant is built over the pristine Swan River and the views are lovely and tranquil. The food is fresh and delicious. Go during the day and enjoy the view.
We would like to extend out gratitude towards the Red Herring for making our wedding dinner something that we will remember forever. We were married on Friday, 6 March 2015 and had a table for 17 people overlooking the water. We felt like no one...More
The red Herring was always a hit and miss affair, but now its almost been overrun by Dome and is just a skinny strip of its former self. OK if you just want a coffee though!!