The Dolly Parton Story – A Fringeworld Show

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Her voice soaring, hitting all the electric high notes that encapsulate the song, Hannah Richards’ performance of I Will Always Love You set the stage alight at the opening night of The Dolly Parton Story in the ornate surrounds of De Parel ...

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Munchy Monk

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After something of a hiatus towards the end of 2019, I am back with a bit to catch up – so over the next week or so I will be posting some from late last year along with others I have visited in the early weeks of 2020 – to start a top little ...

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Wok Master – Northbridge

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Had lunch recently at Wok Master a Hunan style Chinese restaurant in Lake Street, Northbridge – it is obviously popular from the crowd there and the size and value of the dishes make it clear why. Observing other tables, we opted for one main, a ...

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Recipes to Remember

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Following on the success of the launch of Roast to Remember last year, Community Vision’s fundraising campaign for people living with dementia, the Shoe Bar and Café hosted Recipes to Remember during the week. A cookbook put together from ...

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Back at Manise

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Manise, up the top end of William Street, near the mosque, serves up excellent East Indonesian food, at very low prices. There is a small printed menu, with black boarded specials –and they often upload a pic of the day’s special on Instagram to give ...

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Mela Indian Sweets and Eats

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I was impressed, on my last visit to Mela about 6 months or so ago, on the quality of the food and the revamped dining room and I was again on this latest lunch expedition. It sits up towards the top end of William Street opposite the Perth Mosque ...

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Chilli Panda revisited

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If you are looking for a touch of spice in your life, then you should look no further than Chilli Panda, in Newcastle Street, the home in Perth of the spicy cuisine of Hunan – the birthplace of Chairman Mao, and particularly well known for the ...

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Lil’ Toastface

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A tiny hole in the wall space turning out a range of toasted cheese sandwiches at extremely good prices along William Street. A couple of stools and tables on the footpath allow you to sit and eat, but most customers will be taking the sandwich ...

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Szechwan Zen – great spicy food

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Yearning for some spicy food during the recent rainy cold spell we went along to Szechwan Zen, knowing that is just what we would get. Now located in Newcastle Street, and in smaller premises than the older place in the square in William Street, both ...

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