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See Subiaco

Progressive dining with See Subiaco

Back in the day Subiaco was the spot to be. Best restaurants, best bars, best street festival. But times have changed, rent skyrocketed and over time sadly Subi lost a bit of it’s lustre. However there’s a sense in…

Chef Hire

Learning modern cooking techniques at Chefhire Atelier

Remember the good old days when cooking consisted of some grilled steak with three different veggies on the side? Well not taking anything away from those simplistic times (hey, I love a good steak dinner still), these days more…

Saint Larry

Saint Larry, patron of cooks and librarians

It’s no secret I’m a big fan of The Standard. John Parker’s resident Northbridge venue is bright, airy and with Chef Chase Weber at the helm is producing some seriously delicious bites. So when they opened Halford Bar –…

Qantas

An epicurious visit to Vasse Felix with Qantas

It all started on a hot, hot night. I was out and about (eating of course) when I received a text from my good friend Laura asking if I could take that Friday off work. When I sent a message back…

Riverbank

Into the Valley at RiverBank Estate

When I think about how close us Perthians are to the array of produce and bountiful land in Swan Valley, it’s almost staggering just how infrequently I head inland there. Yes it is about a 30 minute or so…

Wok St

Celebrating the launch of Wok St Chow House

New restaurants seem to be opening in Perth every other week at the moment – though sadly this is often matched by others closing their doors. I think it’s safe to say with the current state of the economy,…

Sushia

Tasting Sushia Izakaya’s Eat Drink Perth menu

Eat Drink Perth is an exciting time of the year, with restaurants, cafes and food vendors in and around Perth all putting on special menus, events and celebrations of all things edible or drinkable. I always throw myself into…

Silks

Ringing in the lunar new year at Silks

Chinese New Year is becoming a big deal in Perth these days. For me, it’s something I’ve grown up celebrating since my mum is Taiwanese, and though I have no other family except my parents in this state, we band…

The Globe

A bar, an eatery and a lane in one at The Globe

The name “The Globe” elicits familiar echoes from the past; memories of previous venues with the same moniker. Erected in the same location as the original Globe Hotel, the new offering is made of three venues in one, the…