Monthly Archives: April 2011


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Lucky Shag – 20 Apr 2011

I enjoyed my pie but it lacked the Guinness flavour and there wasn’t as much filling as what I would have liked, nor chips and no salad. I was still hungry. In comparison, the version I had at Kalamunda Hotel several years ago was far superior and left you stuffed. This pie was quite disappointing and I was left feeling rather unimpressed.


Balthazar

Well I’m glad I got the opportunity to be taken out and to also finally eat at Balthazar. My mains were delicious and I enjoyed the different flavours of the pork loin, rabbit Bolognese and borlotti beans plus the delicious bread. The servings need to be beefed up as they are more on the small side. The sides of vegetables were passable but not that great. The friendly and attentive service in the comfortable surroundings make the dining experience worthwhile and a place you would feel like coming back.


Dubrovniks Butchers

Well after my holiday in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bali, I’ve begun missing all those delicious foods I was fortunate to sample. One was these delicious pork and cheese sausages at a stall in Singapore’s Chinatown – Erich’s Wusterland. After eating the sausages, I refuse to eat the rubbish they […]


Slurp Soup & Salad Bar

There didn’t seem to be a huge range of soups to choose from, but the soups we had were really lovely and had a decent amount of meat and the toasted bread topped it off. I think the price could be cheaper as around $10 for a soup is a bit much. It’s not hugely filling so make sure you grab something else, maybe something from the salad bar.


Chefs Vs The Critics

Well after last week’s article in The Sunday Times “Knives Out For WA Restaurants” which I commented on last week, those in the firing line, the restaurateurs, got their chance to fire back. In today’s article in The Sunday Times on page 54, April 3 2011, “Chefs Vs The Critics” […]