Kick starting the weekend a little earlier we visited the Claremont Koko Black Salon. On a Friday morning, a normally hectic Claremont Quarter Shopping Centre was blissfully peaceful with the exception of the retail staff preparing the stores for the morning rush. Koko Black had just opened its doors for the day and we were …Read more »
Winter in Perth has me craving cheese and bread and what better way to satisfy this want than visiting a place that has eight different styles of grilled cheese toasties! Toastface Grillah is a small cafe concealed rather well in the Grand Lane (cnr of Wellington and Barrack street) of Perth. A no frills casual sort …Read more »
Walking into Il Lido the coffee machine is the first thing I see, an area dedicated for brewing and serving as well as furnishing takeaway orders. Il lido has somewhat of a casually relaxed vibe about it, it might be the Cottesloe Beach side location or the long solid timber communal tables and the beautiful large windows …Read more »
Having worked over the Easter long Weekend I welcomed in my very own long weekend with coffee and breakfast followed by spending a birthday voucher down at Kitchen Warehouse in Success.
Canvas Cafe is located inside the historical Fremantle Arts Centre, it is the Gothic looking building on Ord Street across from the Fremantle pools. If …Read more »
Marking the beginning of warm weather in Perth (also known as beach weather here) and our first day off work together in a very long time, Dk and I embarked on an uphill cycle starting at Lake Claremont and ending at a beach side cafe called The Naked Fig.
Swanbourne Beach is easily found at the …Read more »
Travelling back to Perth from Pemberton and wanting to delay the transition into civilisation again after a weekend by the beach miles away from people, work and traffic, we stopped by The Truffle and Wine Co vineyard located off the main strip of Manjimup, on Seven Day Road. Even in the …Read more »
8:30 am on a Saturday morning in Perth and you would think it would be quiet around town. We were planning on going to the new Gordon Street Garage Cafe which has magically appeared on Urbanspoon’s talk of the town section (poll position 2) but unfortunately or maybe even fortunately for us there was a …Read more »
Sculptures by the Sea has brought us to Cottesloe Beach this morning and before we wandered through the free open air gallery of art we stopped past our favourite cafe for some breakfast, hello John Street Cafe! The cafe is situated amongst residential homes in Cottesloe, several metres from the Marine Parade strip. This morning was …Read more »
The Lane Cafe flung open it’s doors late last year in the Thomson Mall of the main settlement area on Rottnest Island. This small takeaway coffee house serves a killer coffee and the staff who are baristas by trade provide notably an excellent level of service for the island.
Our first morning on the island we cycled to …Read more »
2012 was an exciting year for Rottnest Island with several establishments opening their doors to hungry holiday makers. Rottnest Lodge underwent a change of ownership when The Karma Royal Group took over last year and unveiled the newly formed Italian restaurant, Riva. Luciano Ottaviano formerly from Pronto in Claremont developed a Mediterranean style menu …Read more »
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