Posts Tagged with: Perth

Cycle and Coffee, Swanbourne Beach to Swan River

Posted in - Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Cycle Perth & Microadventure Perth on July 6th 2015 0 Comments Birds

Computer work has been sending us a little crazy lately. Seeking some fresh air and a little bit of adventure, we decided to get on the bicycles this weekend for a pedal around Perth. Winter may appear to be an unlikely time to be outside, however thanks to Perth’s mild weather it’s probably the best time. …

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Organic Olive Picking, Toodyay

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Day trips from Perth & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Hills & Perth, Australia & Travelling Me & western australia on June 6th 2015 1 Comments me-me

The other day I was shopping for some honey at Dunn and Walton and a small sign for olive picking in Toodyay caught my attention. We are an olive loving household here and the idea of picking bucket loads of them sounded right up our alley, especially since its difficult finding olives cured in a good …

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Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant

Posted in - Food and Drink Perth & western australia on April 28th 2015 0 Comments Pancake-with-rum-and-raisins

There is something undeniably festive about gathering around German food and jugs of beer. For a friend’s birthday on Saturday night just gone, a group of us spent the evening at the fairly new, Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant for a mighty or should I say, meaty feast!

Brotzeit is located in 140 Perth, …

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Ocean Views at Bib & Tucker

Posted in - Breakfast & Coffee & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes & Perth, Australia & western australia on April 6th 2015 1 Comments Banana-Pancakes

Beginning a morning at the beach is a must do in Perth, and anywhere along the coast will do. This Good Friday holiday we headed to Leighton beach for an early (for a public holiday anyhow) morning breakfast at Bib & Tucker.  Most places tend to close on Good Friday, however, this year there were plenty open …

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Dinner at Print Hall Bar

Posted in - Food and Drink Perth & Late Night Cafe on March 9th 2015 0 Comments Gnocchi

The evening before my birthday, Derek and I decided to go for a pre-birthday celebration. We have been wanting to dine at Print Hall for a long time now, truthfully, since it opened a few years ago! We’ve had a couple of drinks upstairs at Bob’s rooftop bar under the neon West Australian sign, and they …

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The Good Food Guide 2015 Launch + Awards

Posted in - Events on November 18th 2014 0 Comments The-West-Australian

Every year the West Australian publishes a guide to dining in Western Australia, it’s a handy resource for anyone interested in the food scene or perhaps wanting to discover a new place to dine. Edited by The West’s columnist Rob Broadfield, all featured restaurants are visited and graded on a point system out of 20. The guide …

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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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Cafe Cafe, West Perth

Posted in - Breakfast & Perth Cafes on September 29th 2014 0 Comments Cafe-Cafe,-west-perth

The other day I stumbled across the Perth Cafe Cafe branch walking along the west end of Hay Street. The cafe is located under the Ellement 996 apartment complex. Cafe Cafe in Subiaco is a popular haunt for the locals and the convenient location across from the Subiaco train station and Woolworths supermarket draws in visitors passing …

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Esthers Cake Shop and Cafe

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Cake & Perth Cafes on September 14th 2014 0 Comments Savoury-treats

Located on William Street, a short distance from the Newcastle Street intersection is a small takeaway Asian bakery. On a Saturday morning the smell of freshly baked warm buns and soft Pandan cakes is an excuse to stop by. Also, the first destination on the Red Hot Spatula Asian foodie walkabout tour (post to …

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