Low Key Chow House

dumplings

In Leederville for a movie at Luna we stopped by at Low Key Chow House afterwards – we hadn’t been before and it was a pleasant surprise. On the increasingly busy Oxford/Newcastle Street strip it is a light and open dining room, with a nod to Asian ...

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Sauma in Northbridge

dessert

Looking for a spot of lunch this week we settled on one of the best Indian restaurants in town – Sauma on the corner of William and James Street, in the Cultural Centre precinct. We have been a number of times but hadn’t yet tried their tiffin lunch, ...

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Hyatt Regency Perth – Winter Menu!

Trout

Through four events over July and August the Café at the Hyatt is transforming itself into an artisan market showcasing the best of the West, including food, wine, beer and spirits – and last week we were invited along to check it out. In the ...

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Kappy’s Italian Restaurant

Fish

Kappys, an Italian trattoria style restaurant in Guildford is one of our go to places when we feel like a good meal and don’t want to venture too far – it’s just around the corner from our house after all! We are always assured of a friendly welcome ...

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The Good Food and Wine Show – 2017

cakes

The annual celebration of all things wine and food has rolled around again, and runs through to Sunday evening at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, and we were privileged, along with other Perth foodies, to a sneak preview of the offerings ...

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Chakra

Cones

My love affair with Indian cuisine has been longstanding and if the spark ever needed to be rekindled then it certainly flamed when we went along to new kid on the burgeoning Inglewood block, Chakra. Lady FWO, the erstwhile @winesandbooks, was ...

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Lunching at Balthazar

Pumpkin

Balthazar is, in our opinion, one of the top half dozen restaurants in Perth and our lunch last week simply reinforced our view. Situated in the attractive Lawson Apartment buildings and with Chef Skye Faithfull at the top of her game, and a wine ...

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Yu Ren Ma Tou

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There are some great little spots springing up in the redeveloped laneways of Northbridge and Yu Ren Ma Tou in Washing Lane is one of the best I have come across. A very small dining area – maybe 2 dozen people can squash in – but excellent Sichaun ...

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Subiaco’s Bistro Felix

tartlet

With the recent run of sunny winter days we took the opportunity when in Subiaco last week to stop in at Bistro Felix and take up a table on the deck outside – filtered sunlight under shade and a gentle breeze made for a perfect lunchtime ...

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Wine Show by the Bay – 2017

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What I consider the best small wine show in the State returned to the University Club in Crawley this weekend after a one year hiatus due to renovations. Once again the setting at the Club in the grounds of UWA and resulting ambience, the quality of ...

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