The George

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The George in the Terrace has an outside sitting area on the footpath which seems to be very popular; inside is a large, nicely furnished and equipped open and airy space which serves as the bar and casual eating area, while towards the back, fenced ...

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Lamont’s Bishops House

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The outdoor Garden Lounge at Bishops House is a delightful oasis in the midst of a bustling city. Surrounded on three sides by glass and concrete monoliths, the artificial grass, the lounge chairs, Chesterfield, stools and tables, lights strung ...

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Grill and Chill

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After leaving the Little Girl Giant to snooze in her chair in Wellington Square on Friday, we wandered up Bennet Street looking for a place to have lunch. Grill and Chill is in a building that used to house, I think a Vietnamese restaurant - the name ...

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The Gaya

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Gaya is in an arcade off Kearnes Crescent in Applecross and labels itself as serving Korean fusion cuisine. We dropped by recently to see what it was all about. The only exposure to Korean food we have had in the past is the ubiquitous Korean ...

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Greenhouse

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From the tables and chairs, the plywood, hay bale and concrete walls, and the recycled decor, it is clear that Greenhouse maintains its efforts to continue on the sustainable path that it adopted when set up by Matt Stone. The menu on the day ...

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The Woodbridge Hotel

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The Woodbridge Hotel (the Woody), a Federation style place in East Street Guildford is something of a local institution; local pub; live music venue; bistro; drive in bottle shop; and TAB. We wandered over for lunch the other day - just a short walk ...

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Marquay

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Marquay on the Mends Street jetty in South Perth is in a brilliant location; what used to be Bellhouse has been revamped and is now a very attractive, inviting looking spot, with lovely views of the foreshore and back over the river to Perth. With ...

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The Bohème Bar

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The Bohème at the corner of William and Murray is what was once the Wentworth Hotel, and later became Bobby Dazzlers. I used to frequent it as the Wentworth many years ago when it was a quite basic pub. It has been renovated and re-jigged in recent ...

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Maya Indian Restaurant

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The Maya in Market Street Fremantle has been around for more than 20 years, with its longevity telling you something about the quality of the food they turn out. On Thursday evening we went along accompanied by Lady FWO’s sister, Sally, who has been ...

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Wild Poppy

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The Wild Poppy cafe in Fremantle is almost the epitome of what some would think to be Freo style - full of bric-a-brac, prints on the walls, couches to relax on, lace covered light fittings. And, of course, good food. Lady FWO was in the Port ...

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