Back at Sauma

seafoodcurry

The food always impresses at Sauma, my pick as one of the top Indian restaurants around the traps, and our recent lunch did nothing to dissuade me from that opinion. The food is well turned out –the spices integrated and complementing each other and ...

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Northbridge Brewing Company revisited

[popcornPrawns

The Northbridge Brewing Company, set right in the heart of Northbridge alongside the Piazza, looking over the green grass, is a brewery and pub and a most welcoming joint. Sitting out on the shaded patio is a top place to eat and drink and watch the ...

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Louder Louder Lunch

ChuCheefish

Louder Louder have updated their menu recently adding a few new dishes while retaining the chilli heat scoring system with the food classified by megaphone or loudspeaker notations – the more megaphones, the louder or in this case the spicier the ...

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Lunch at Chopsticks

Tofu

Went along to Chopsticks again recently and, as with each visit I have had here, confirmed the quality and value of the food being turned out from this, in my opinion, the best Vietnamese restaurant in Northbridge – on this occasion we sat out the ...

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Lazy Lee

crabroll

This week we were invited along to have a look at, and sample the food, of this new outlet in Northbridge. I was surprised to find it is located in what was the Telstra building in Stirling Street – I wasn’t even aware Telstra had moved out and the ...

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ChengDu 21

chilli

In the heart of Washing Lane – off William Street, Northbridge – is ChengDu 21 a Chinese restaurant focussing on hot pots and Sichuan food. At the front of the restaurant are large coolers with baskets of ingredients to choose to go into your ...

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Mela Revisited

GoanFish

Since my last visit, Mela has had a change of ownership and a change in fit-out to accompany it – attractive and comfortable chairs and tables have taken the place of booths and high benches that took up much of the dining space – it retains a ...

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Pappa Rich Northbridge

Wat Tan Hor

Returning to PappaRich after some time I was struck by how popular it remains and in a world of constantly closing restaurants says something for the quality and value of the food. Nicely decorated and set up, with waiters both attentive and ...

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Red Chilli Sichuan revisited

scallops

Towards the western end of James Street, just along from Russell Square, Red Chilli Sichuan has the dark heavy wooden chairs and tables, red and gold trim and the like, defining it as a Chinese restaurant. The menu is one of those with photos of ...

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