Posts Tagged with: Food

Perth Cycle + Breakfast pizza and Beer

Posted in - Breakfast & Champagne Breakfast & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Cycle Perth & Food and Drink Perth & Microadventure Perth & Perth, Australia on February 13th 2016 0 Comments Northbridge-Brewery

Our plans to cycle along the river were halted not even half way when out of nowhere I experienced some fairly sharp piercing pains to the right side of one of my knees. Arghhh! When it became clear I couldn’t continue cycling we boarded the train for Perth at Canning Bridge, and all the while …

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Barking Cow in Bridgetown

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Coffee & Food and Drink Perth & South West on November 3rd 2015 2 Comments Espresso-bridgetown

Finishing our 3 day ride along the Munda Biddi trail and 71km behind us, we were talking about a nice big meal and barista made coffee when we rolled into Donnelly River Village.  After we unpacked the bikes and trailers we made our way to the nearby town of Bridgetown, wandering along the main strip …

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Raw Nachos in Fremantle

Posted in - Cake & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on October 9th 2015 2 Comments Raw-berry-slice

Well, 220,000 kms and 10 years later, we upgraded our car and to say the least, it has been a well deserved purchase and I’m super happy. I have a tendency for holding onto things :).  10 years sure does equal a whole heap of electronic advancements in automotion. There is a button for almost everything and seat heaters are …

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Sweet Potato, Beetroot Brownie at Nature’s Harvest

Posted in - Coffee & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on September 28th 2015 0 Comments Beetroot-Chocolate

Located on Napoleon Street and in the heart of Cottesloe’s shopping area is Nature’s Harvest, a combined café and health product store.

Nature’s Harvest offer fair trade coffee, a good variety of raw desserts, salads, warm bean bowels and juices. Most items are gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, raw, paleo, oil free (first time I have seen …

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Sugo is great at Tommy Sugo

Posted in - Food and Drink Perth on August 21st 2015 0 Comments vegetable-pasta-with-meat-sauce

This wintery evening we stopped in at Tommy Sugo, a pop up store located at Stimulatte Café in Subiaco. Pop up, meaning the coffee centric café transforms into a pasta serving eatery in the evenings from 5pm. It’s a cool concept and the name is somewhat catchy too. Fresh pasta and great ingredients combined with an Italian …

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Burgers, Ribs and Steak at Tony Roma’s

Posted in - Food and Drink Perth on July 18th 2015 2 Comments Louis-sampler

Celebrating Derek’s birthday we found ourselves at Tony Roma’s Restaurant in Perth’s CBD. The birthday boy was super excited about tucking into some sticky slow cooked ribs.  When I initially phoned earlier in the week to make a reservation, the staff member advised the restaurant doesn’t take bookings on a Saturday of which I responded ‘I have a …

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Finding delicious Vietnamese at Mama Tran, Claremont

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Food and Drink Perth & western australia on March 14th 2015 2 Comments Pho-Tai

A few new places have surfaced in the Claremont area over the past six months and one of them is Vietnamese eatery, Mama Tran. The Claremont branch is located on the exterior of Claremont Quarter next to Yamato Kaiten Sushi and on the corner of St Quentin Ave & Bovell Lane.

We’ve had a good dinner …

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Lucioli Bar

Posted in - Cake & Chocolate & Coffee & Patisserie on December 23rd 2014 0 Comments Long-Macchiato

Wandering through the promenade at Claremont Quarter, we were lured into Lucioli Bar by the sweet display of Italian pastries and cakes. I can be easily distracted in the pursuit of delicious food, especially cakes. The Italian bar and restaurant is a nice addition to Claremont and apart from coffee and food, diners can enjoy …

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German evenings at The Rhein Donau Club

Posted in - Events & Food and Drink Perth on November 16th 2014 0 Comments Pork Hock

Celebrating a friend’s birthday, a group of us spent a Saturday evening at the Rhein Donau Club in Myaree. The interior of the club is very much old school European and I doubt much has changed since it opened in 1959. Features of wood constructed booths, lanterns and alpine trimmings add to the European charm. …

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Sushi Master experience at Hamachozushi

Posted in - Featured & Japan & Travelling Me on July 25th 2014 8 Comments chef

The final days of the ski season and the small Japanese mountain village is gaining back some of its normality. In the cold evening we walk up a deserted slope from our ryokan towards a warmly lit door, plastic sushi samples sit in the dusty window illustrating the menu for foreigners. Gradually sliding …

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