Kalgoorlie Pubs and Eating Houses

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Last week we caught the Prospector to Kalgoorlie for a short holiday. The train trip takes about six and a half hours from Midland station (around 7 hours from East Perth terminal), leaving a couple of times a day – we opted for the morning train, ...

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Albany and all of its charms

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Spending a few days in Albany a couple of weeks ago allowed us to experience the charms of one of Western Australia’s most attractive cities – the quite stunning harbour, wonderful old pre-Federation buildings lining Stirling Terrace, conspicuous ...

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S&T Thai

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Up the top end of William Street S&T Thai has a friendly and welcoming feel about it and the food certainly is worth getting along there to try out. It is unlicensed but quick to supply glasses and ice buckets for our wine. The menu is extensive, ...

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Six Senses at Elizabeth Quay

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Six Senses have outlets in Leederville and Subiaco and now at Elizabeth Quay – with a waterside location looking out onto the inlet. Al fresco and indoor seating with a variety of tables, benches and sofa chairs make for a comfortable and welcoming ...

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LOUDER LOUDER…Back to Northbridge

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The easing of the COVID19 restrictions saw my first venture back into Northbridge since February and a spot of spice was what I was looking for – so to Thai restaurant, Louder Louder, we went. It looks good inside – I particularly liked the ...

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Baan Baan Thai

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An impressive relatively new Thai restaurant in Newcastle Street, Baan Baan has taken up the space once occupied by the Old Crow. With both indoor and outdoor seating choices and an enticing bar at the front it attracted us in one evening recently on ...

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Tonic and Ginger

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One of the four venues at the newly opened Old Synagogue in Fremantle and its signature restaurant, Tonic and Ginger is stunning in both the look and feel of the place, and the exceptional Asian fusion cuisine. The building itself, WA’s first ...

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Long Chim Perth

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One of our favourite places - in the basement of the restored State Buildings Long Chim is turning out the best Thai food in Perth, in a great location – you can eat at the bar, in the restaurant proper between the arches, or out in the courtyard, ...

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Louder Louder Lunch

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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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