Steam Haus


Located in an old house on Whatley Crescent, Maylands, there is a second entry at the back off a laneway from 8th Avenue, through their car park, and onto a sheltered veranda – where dogs are welcome, too. Inside there a myriad of rooms to choose ...

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No Mafia – a favourite Northbridge haunt


This is one of the most consistently top performers among the many small bars in Perth – the food is always on point, with a Southern Italian slant, naturally; the wine list is one of the best around – not extensive, but changing regularly and always ...

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The Swan Valley Café


The Swan Valley Café in Millendon is a vegetarian haven in the Valley – all food is vegetarian and gluten free – and along with many vegan, raw and dairy free dishes they cater to lovers of fresh and healthy food. And they are licenced too – selling ...

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The House of Honey and the Sticky Spoon Café


Beekeepers Rupert and Kim Phillips established the House of Honey and the Sticky Spoon café in 2010 as an outlet for the honey from their hives scattered around the State, each region and primary nectar source – Jarrah, Redgum, Blackbutt, Banksia, ...

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Back at the Rose and Crown


Normally when we go along to the Rose and Crown – which is often as it is only a hundred metres or so away from our house - we sit out in the beer garden, arguably the best in Perth – the Rose and Crown has been superbly restored and the outdoor area ...

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The Standard re-visited


The Standard in Roe Street has one of the best outdoor drinking and eating areas in the City – the courtyard out back has plenty of shade as well as greenery, and there is a great little hide-a-way on top of the container that serves as the outside ...

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Greens and Co


This is a bit of a Leederville landmark, both from its longevity, and the eye catching hanging lanterns and the mix matched furnishings – as well as, more particularly, the appealing and impressive cake display which draws customers in to this ...

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Sittella Harvest Event – 2018


A slightly overcast day with occasional drizzle welcomed food and wine bloggers to the second Harvest@Sittella event on March 24th – again we gathered in the rotunda on the lawns of the winery – recalling that last year, after once in a hundred year ...

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Bangkok Brothers Revisited


We have been to Bangkok Brothers a number of times and our recent quick pre-movie dinner once again proved enjoyable. The restaurant in James Street is attractively fitted out – with exposed brick walls, greenery, dim lighting – and is quite a large ...

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Friday drinks with the FWO


This week’s review of some of the best we have tasted recently – have a look – you may be inspired! Amato Vino 2016 Rosso Another very impressive wine from Margaret River based Amato Vino - who source grapes from around the country. This ...

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