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Total Score

8.3
2041 reviews
Recommended
(8.6)
Food
(8.4)
Service
(8.3)
Value for money
(7.7)
Atmosphere
(8.2)
Jo Clarke

dined on Wed, 14 Aug 2019

(10)
Great service and food. Went with friends we loved the place. On my list of good places to eat :)

dined on Wed, 15 May 2019

(4)
Short Ribs were good, mantou buns and chicken wings were a let down, buns did not have much sauce, and chicken wings were lacking anything special. also the wings were the worst part of the wing, drums are the best. Also very expensive for what the food is.

dined on Sat, 23 Mar 2019

(10)
Been here quite a few times and never been disappointed with amazing food!

dined on Fri, 16 Aug 2019

(9)
New menu has dispensed with the chefs selection/degustation which is dissapointing and replaced with a selection of 5 choices from a smaller menu, for 2 people which can be multiplied for larger groups. It seems to work OK but I think it works out more expensive as you have to add a few larger dishes as well for a group. Food still very tasty however!

dined on Wed, 14 Aug 2019

(9)
Awesome food, wine and service. Definitely be back with friends/family

dined on Wed, 14 Aug 2019

(6)
A little disappointed with our last visit. Even though I requested a cosy corner, and being the first couple to arrive, our needs were not met. Being a Wednesday night, there were alternative options for our seating. We were also there during Happy Hour but were charged full price for wines. Check your bill! The Rendang was tough!

dined on Sat, 10 Aug 2019

(10)
Beautiful food, great atmosphere. Trendy spot to catch up with friends..

dined on Fri, 9 Aug 2019

(2)
Food came out cold, no fish in fish salad, sang Chou bao was on limp flat lettuce and peanut sauce for chicken skewers was like peanut butter with crumbled nuts on top. Terrible meal but service and atmosphere was good.
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Specials

Low Key feat. Derek Lau Masterchef 2019 Contestant

MasterChef Derek Lau drops into Low Key Chow House for two nights only, cooking a 6-course menu with our head chef Zamry Kader Meerah. Local producers from Margaret River, Risky Business, will be coming to the party with a free glass of their Luxe Riesling on arrival and special prices on their Riesling, Rose and brand new Tempranillo all night. Please note some tables are communal seating. If you are booking as a group, please let us know the total number in the group booking and your group organiser's name so we can endeavour to seat your group together. Glass of Risky Business wine on arrival Salmon sashimi, grapefruit, ginger, honey, coriander Pork dumplings, chilli, kaffir lime Derek's Korean fried chicken, bao bun, slaw Beef short ribs, honey soy, Chivas Regal whisky glaze Fried rice, crab, garlic, coriander Crispy catfish crumble, apple, celery, nahm jim salad Peanut parfait, chocolate crumb, strawberry
When
28 Aug 2019 - 29 Aug 2019
Wed, Thu 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM
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WAITLIST ONLY Derek Lau Masterchef 2019 Contestant

WAITLIST ONLY - This is not a confirmed booking, we will be in touch shortly. MasterChef Derek Lau drops into Low Key Chow House for two nights only, cooking a 6-course menu with our head chef Zamry Kader Meerah.
When
28 Aug 2019 - 29 Aug 2019
Wed, Thu 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM
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About Low Key Chow House

A fusion feast at Low Key Chow House... Keeping things fresh and funky in Leederville is Low Key Chow House, an Asian fusion restaurant that’s dishing out hot and cold meals with Malaysian, Chinese, Vietnamese and Japanese influence. Sound a bit crazy and ad hoc? It’s not. All these fab flavours fuse together beautifully in an effortless fashion. Get your mouth around the mantou buns, doughy goodness filled with crispy pork and fresh coriander - they are seriously moreish and oh so delicious! The decor is equally as impressive as the food. Take note of the aesthetics, it’s very in vogue: exposed brick overlaid with white walls, origami cranes and fancy lighting displays showing the initials of the restaurant. Perth’s food scene now has a mod Asian injection, well done Low Key Chow House. You’ve got our vote. Best dish: mantou buns - doughy goodness filled with crispy pork and fresh coriander,

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