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Office on Angove

The return of sunshine at Office on Angove

Sometimes I can be my own worst enemy at work. It’s no secret that I love what I do, and that I’ve always been quite ambitious in the professional sense. So often I find myself working late, I’m always…

Canteen

Canteen: a new continental Cottesloe offering

There’s something so wonderful about a thin-crust, premium quality ingredient laden, rich flavoured pizza that gets me a bit giddy in the knees. From the smoky taste imparted by flame cooking, to the combination of textures – I think…

Bivcha

Bivcha: Bivouac’s take on yum cha

White guys doing Asian food. It was a big trend in recent years – and one I think effectively showcases the impact of fusion flavours (when done right). While we’ve said goodbye to one of my all time faves…

Propeller

Springtime supper at Propeller

I’ve been super busy lately. Work, work, work, Jeremy’s graduation and spending quality time with friends, family and Hugo. It’s so easy for life to get away from you, and I’m definitely guilty of this lately – so I…

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…