Grand Bar and Bistro

Noir

This elegantly appointed place in the Central Park complex has a ground floor across three levels, one of which melds seamlessly into an outdoor undercover area (housing the Deck cafe by day) to create what looks to be a lovely outdoor eating and ...

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Hoang Kim

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Historic Tindale House in James Street Guildford has housed a number of restaurants over the past few years, but none has really made a go of it, until about 18 months ago when Hoang Kim Vietnamese took up residence. This has proven a popular ...

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Camellia Chinese Restaurant

ChilliPrawns

I have been going to the Camellia in High Wycombe for many years now and have never been disappointed with the food. The most recent occasion was no exception. The look of the restaurant is nothing to write home about - the usual suburban Chinese ...

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Stewarts at Brookleigh

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With daughter and prospective son in law in tow, the FWO headed to the Swan Valley – we were on a mission to buy some of Dorham Mann’s fantastic sparkling, and while we were out that way decided we should also visit a couple of other wineries for a ...

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Benny’s Bar and Café

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We had 40 minutes or so to while away in Fremantle recently so popped into Bennys in the heart of the Cappuccino Strip in South Terrace. It’s been around for a few years now and I have eaten there on occasions past, but this day we only had a drink ...

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Chapels on Whatley

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I had heard a number of good reports about this place, just down the road from the top little bar, Swallow, so on Monday we headed there for a late breakfast. I have to admit I was expecting the usual breakfast fare – bacon, eggs, toast and the like, ...

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Padburys

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Lady FWO faced something of a dilemma....she had headed out, alone, for a spot of lunch at one of the nearby eating houses in Guildford, Padburys. This restaurant is housed in the historic Padbury House at the corner of Terrace Rd and Swan Street, ...

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The Bradman Room at the WACA – revisited…

Brad Hogg

For those who came in late, you may not have read my post of November about the food dished up during the one day Internationals at the WACA ground. I wrote particularly about that served in the Bradman Room to members of the Dennis Lillee Club, a ...

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Chik and Kent

Chicken

Chik and Kent in Murray Street could almost be described as an Indian tapas restaurant; I guess while most people eating at an Indian restaurant would share their meals, Chik and Kent make it easier with a series of small plates, perfect for two, and ...

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Jezebelle

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We dropped into Jezebelle’s last Sunday for lunch and happened, luckily, to also catch a quite delightful duo who entertained the small crowd, unfortunately not for nearly long enough. Jessie Gordon has a great voice and presence and with her ...

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