Little Lefroy’s

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Little Lefroy’s is a charming little café in South Terrace, South Fremantle. Quite small, a couple of rooms inside, as well as tables on the footpath, provide a range of seating possibilities. The décor matches the desire of the owners to use ...

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Bibik Chan’s Kitchen

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Bibik Chan’s Kitchen was for many, many years located on Stirling Highway in Nedlands; recently it moved to the Subiaco Village in Hay Street – just adjacent to the Squires Loft. It is a fairly simple dining room – a couple of prints adding a little ...

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Long Chim

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The State Buildings are home to some excellent restaurants and drinking spots – and in Long Chim the bar has been upped even more. David Thompson’s first Australian restaurant in 20 years opened early December in the basement of the restored ...

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The Birdcage

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We had a great eating experience at the Birdcage earlier this year so we went along this week expecting, and hoping, for something similar – we were not disappointed. The Birdcage is offering some of the best Asian inspired food around ...

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Empire Italian Restaurant

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The Empire Italian restaurant in Walcott Street, just along from Beaufort, is a relatively new place in an attractive building that has housed a number of businesses over the past few years; there is a covered patio area at the front with sliding ...

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The Red Teapot

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The Red Teapot up the top of William Street has been around for a long time so last week, with fond memories of it we went along for the first time in many years. It has the same feel and look about it, although with new owners the menu has changed ...

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Vitis Eatery

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I dropped into Vitis in Lonsdale Street for a brief visit – a drink or two and a snack to go along with it. This is a very well fitted out bar/restaurant – I particularly liked the use of grey/white rocks in metal cages that provided a contrast to ...

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Elk and Pea

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The interestingly named Elk and Pea, another of the many restaurants and bars springing up in Lonsdale Street in Braddon, serves food with a Central American theme and opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The dinner menu offers a range of ...

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Miss Chow’s

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Miss Chow’s recently opened in Claremont Quarter; the fit out is quite striking with green tiles around the bar, and hanging paper lanterns for light fittings – it has an airy, open feel. The waiters are professional and friendly, and the entire ...

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Lounge Room

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The Lounge Room on James has a pleasant little outdoor area on the footpath – well perhaps the traffic noise intrudes a tad, but that can’t be helped, and a wispy breeze offered a cooling presence – an industrial looking evaporative air con is also ...

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