Browsing Tag

Perth CBD

Christmas

Christmas in the City of Perth

It’s December and beginning to feel a lot like Christmas! Working in the City of Perth I’m pretty fortunate that it’s not just the shops and restaurants around me turning it on, but the city itself is alive with…

Tiisch

The launch of boozy brunch at Tiisch

My friends and I often agree that there’s not enough places in Perth that do boozy brunch. I mean who doesn’t love starting their day with a mimosa, peach bellini or bloody mary in hand to kickstart their weekend!…

Angel Falls Grill

Perth’s first Venezuelan restaurant: Angel Falls Grill

Venezuelan is definitely not a common cuisine here in Perth – but for those in the know, I’m sure they’ll instantly agree that is a delicious treat to devour. And that’s where Angel Falls Grill brings their real point…

Ahi Poke

Poking around at Ahi Poke

Poke is on the rise here in Perth. And while it’s not the traditional style you’ll find gracing the shores of tropical Hawaii, our version is a healthier offering generally that has an abundance of vegetables and in some…

Market Grounds

Let’s Thursday Like Its Friday

There’s SO much happening in the City of Perth these days. Food festivals, events, special dinners… the list goes on and on. And now for the month of April and May, ‘Let’s Thursday Like It’s Friday’ is back! I…

Eat Drink Perth

Your guide to Eat Drink Perth 2018 nightcaps

It’s baccccck! Yes, Eat Drink Perth has hit our great city this month for four weeks of foodie bliss. From prosecco laden brunches, to central markets or collaborations, there’s something for everyone. It’s a time of year that I…

Como The Treasury

Afternoon tea at COMO the Treasury

There’s a certain poetry about high tea. The sophistication of it; the indulgence and excitement as tiers of plates sit before you to be consumed in an order of your choosing. On October 16th I was treated to a…

Little Bird

Getting my breakfast on in the City of Perth

Year ago (more than I’d like to admit), I travelled to school suburbs away from my home. One bus and two trains each way – stopping off halfway in the city. I grew up with afternoons post classes in…

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…