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Fremantle

Ari and Esmay

High tea at Ari & Esmay

It’s a little hole in the wall, blink and you’ll miss it cafe in East Freo – and yet Ari & Esmay is so much more.  Creator of beautiful cakes, slingers of coffee, and then there’s the high teas…

Late night dim sum den antics at Young George

I love a good chef collaboration. There’s something very special about seeing two talented individuals bring their different skill-sets into the kitchen to produce a collaborative, cohesive meal. Cue: Young George’s Melissa Palinkas inviting Liberte’s Amy Hamilton into her…

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…

The Mantle

The Mantle’s spotlight on WA ingredients

When I first started blogging, it was simply because I love food. And that much hasn’t changed; I still adore eating, cooking and watching others hone their culinary crafts. But now I’m so much more conscious of things like…

Short Black Sheep

Hanging out with a Short Black Sheep

The Port City’s Queen Victoria Street has a pretty solid offering of dining venues for locals and people willing to make the coastal drive. From the likes of Propeller, Habitue and Flipside Burgers, there seems to be something for…

MΓ‘s

MΓ‘s, a Mexican pop-up by Sam Ward

MΓ‘s. It means more in Spanish and that is exactly what I was left wanting after attending a pop up dinner by Sam Ward of that very name. Held for only six Tuesdays at The Mantle at $65 per…

Hush

A trip to Freo for Hush Specialty Coffee

I really love Fremantle. It’s a beautiful area steeped in its own unique culture and with some pretty great food and drink worth visiting for. When I was a kid my dad used to take me there most weekends…

Stable Hands

Native plates at Freo’s Stable Hands

After opening Up Town in Cottesloe earlier this year, the same team (brothers Phillip and Anthony Arnold) have now created another offering – Stable Hands in the heart of Fremantle. With a focus on native Australian ingredients and quality…

Don Tapa

Snapping Don Tapa’s brunch menu launch

I’ve been blogging on Queen of Bad Timing for four years now (gosh how time flies), and it’s crazy to think how much things have changed during that time. My taste in food has evolved, my writing style tightened…