Restaurant and Bar Director, Andrew McGie, has a clear and colourful vision for the fresh new space and is excited about opening the doors to Perthites who are passionate about food. “Heno & Rey will be buzzing, vibrant and colourful and will carry the true integrity in assembly and delivery of the tapas plates we bring to our guests,” Andrew comments.


Home-made sparkling Sangria, served on-tap, is just one of the features that ‘foodies’ can look forward to at Heno & Rey. Price point is yet another draw card with all dishes (bar one) being under $20.00. The spectacular exception is speciality dish Jammon Iberico De Bellota, which Director Andrew recommends as a must-have dish to truly get a taste for Spain.

Heno & Rey is located on the corner of King and Hay Street, adjacent to Edwardian darling of The King Street Precinct, His Majesty’s Theatre; making it the perfect pre-show dinner and drinks locale. The shared style of tapas dining ensures that groups attending the ballet or enjoying the Opera can dine before a show and can delight in a nightcap after. 

Heno & Rey opens Sunday, 15th October at 11:30am - 9:30pm.

To find out more about the latest city centre restaurant visit henoandrey.com.au and make a reservation or follow the journey on Instagram @henoandrey.