Posts Tagged with: foodie

Pixel Coffee, Leederville

Posted in - Cake & Coffee & Dog Friendly on September 2nd 2016 3 Comments Persian-Cake

I really need to visit Leederville more often because it seems this neighborhood is alive with activity and plenty of cafe choices to sit and enjoy a coffee.

Located near the Italian deli Re-Store  is a quaint little cafe called Pixel Coffee. It’s a popular haunt for locals and those that see the lovely looking photos …

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Fresh at Flipside Burgers

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Food and Drink Perth on July 15th 2016 2 Comments Flipside-burgers

I remember Flipside burgers as one of the first burger specific eateries to open up around the Fremantle area. It was exciting because it became a place to eat an evening burger that wasn’t in a pub or a semi formal restaurant. Not that there is anything wrong with either but sometimes a girl simply …

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Warming meals from Red Chair Cafe

Posted in - Brunch & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on July 8th 2016 0 Comments Red-chair-laksa

Following a Saturday cycle we decide to detour to the Red Chair in Subiaco for an early lunch. Amidst the flurry of weekend grocery shoppers at Crossways Shopping Centre, the Red Chair Café offers a full breakfast menu, cakes, salads, gourmet rolls and some delicious authentic Asian dishes – all made at the cafe too.

We …

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Vans Cottesloe + Cycle around Perth’s Swan River

Posted in - Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Cycle Perth & Food and Drink Perth & Microadventure Perth & Perth Cafes & Perth, Australia on June 26th 2016 0 Comments Acai-Bowl-Vans-Cafe-Cottesloe

Vans Cottesloe opens when the sun is barely up and not even a mouse stirs on Napoleon Street. It’s a really peaceful part of the day and on our cycle around the Swan River today we detour for warm drinks and breakfast. Turns out this morning was the coldest one this year so far, and this …

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Evening feast of many at Asado

Posted in - Food and Drink Perth on June 4th 2016 0 Comments Veal-tongue

South American street food sounded like a superb way to begin the boy’s birthday weekend.  Add a parilla BBQ and we could possibly be set for a feast of many at Asado.

On a Thursday night the streets in Claremont appear to be empty and we conclude it’s going to be quiet one as we short cut walk through …

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Coffee and Cake by the sea, City Beach

Posted in - Breakfast & Cake & Champagne Breakfast & Coffee & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on March 18th 2016 0 Comments Frangipani-tart

Located on the City Beach foreshore, Odyssea beach café is a scenic spot for an espresso. Monday mid-morning, the unexpected small queue isn’t an issue as there’s a two seat bar table on the alfresco decking area available, and with only the two of us we’re in luck today!

On the way to the table we notice …

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Breakfast at The Shipping Lane, North Fremante

Posted in - Breakfast & Brunch & Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Dog Friendly & Perth Cafes on March 13th 2016 0 Comments Shipping-lane-baked-beans-breakfast

I feel a good majority of my posts on this blog mention the words– ‘today was a beautiful sunny warm day of clear blue skies.’ Anyone not living in Perth might find this difficult to believe. Aside from my fascination with the weather, Perth truly is the sunny state and today was much the same, …

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American Sports Bar in Perth

Posted in - Food and Drink Perth on March 8th 2016 0 Comments varsity-2

Catching up with a friend Wednesday night, we dined at Varsity Bar, an all American sports bar a few kilometres out of Perth’s CBD. It’s located in a dated small shopping centre along Broadway Ave in Nedlands. It’s not visible from the street and if you’ve never been before, let me direct you to walk …

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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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