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Sage Cafe

A rainy day lunch at Sage Cafe

Rainy days are made for staying in. Watching sheets of water fall from the sky and snake their way down panes of glass, the trees swaying in the distance. There’s something so cosy about staying in your PJs on…

Royals

Royals Chicken & Burgers has opened in Wembley!

I love living north of the river. I’m five minutes from the beach, seven from the city and I enjoy the close proximities to shops, movies and cafes. But there are some things we’re definitely missing – and stellar…

Springs Kitchen

Dinner at Aloft’s Springs Kitchen

When Perth’s newest hotel, Aloft opened a couple of months ago it brought a new buzz. Sure we have our list of hotels about town, but seeing new and unique offerings to drive tourism (and cheeky staycations every now…

Canton Lane

A new dim sum discovery at Canton Lane

Dim sum in Perth, sadly, tends to be a bit on the sad side in my opinion. For so many years we all accepted the reality that most Chinese restaurants (particularly those in Northbridge) had the same suppliers of…

Fika on Brix

A long leisurely drive to Fika on Brix

Weekends in winter are a great time for brunch. Well any weekends are really, but our sunny winters mean you can rug up, beanie up and get your grub on. And that’s something I love to do, especially if…

Chinta

A Balinese inspired suburban oasis: Chinta

Chinta is a pretty well known name to the diners of Perth. After forging a fierce reputation during their tenure in Scarborough, they’ve recently relocated to North Perth to a larger space that showcases their ode to Bali life…

Bistro Bellavista

Pizza, pasta and pizzazz at Bistro Bellavista

It’s a big corner restaurant in East Perth that I’ve driven past countless times – and yet somehow never even realised it was there. Bistro Bellavista is unassuming on the outside, but inside it’s light, airy and lush with…

Ku Dining

Tastes of sea on the river at KU Dining

Before I jetted off to Taiwan in April, Jeremy and I enjoyed a date at the newly opened Ku De Ta’s Deck during the day. While there were some parts of our lunch that didn’t quite hit the mark…

Pretzel

Pretzel: a perfectly Perth takeaway snack

It’s a millennial pink shipping container situated in Perth Cultural Centre with a neon sign declaring, ‘It’s all good’. If you haven’t seen Pretzel, it’s hard to miss. On days and nights that it’s open, the unmistakeable yeasty smell…