I’ve been to Greenhouse on a number of occasions and headed there for a team breakfast. I chose the house smoked ocean trout atop toasted rye bread, which was served with a apple and watercress salad and a 62 degree egg. I really enjoyed this delicious breakfast. I love smoked trout and the apple and dressing helps to cut through the slight richness of the trout. The dense rye bread is great for soaking up the runny egg yolk. The sous vide effect ensures the egg is cooked perfectly, but I would prefer 63° sous vide egg which is less runny and the white is a tad firmer. With a cup of mocha, yummy breakfast and great start to the day!
Indonesia Indah is located downstairs and presents a calming relaxing atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Offering al a carte, delivery, and lunch time meals, there’s lots to choose from. I chose the combination option of beef rendang and chicken, served with coconut rice, vegetables and potatoes. I really love beef rendang and this version was soft, tender, and full of flavour and was very very tasty. The chicken was covered in mild spices with coconut soaked into the skin and lightly fried producing a delicious flavour. The coconut rice has a touch of sweetness making each bite enjoyable and the vegetables and potatoes help to balance out the meal from the strong flavours. A hidden gem offering delicious Indonesian fare at excellent value.
New releases, unusual wines, trendy cocktails, quality street food and entertainment will all feature at this year’s third annual City Wine event on Friday and Saturday, June 10 and 11, at the Urban Orchard at the Perth Cultural Centre. City Wine organiser Richard Campbell said there would be almost 40 […]
I was invited to Alfred’s Pizzeria to get a sneak peak of the small bar and pizzeria before they officially open their doors to the public on Tuesday 26th April. Located opposite the State Buildings towards the corner of Barrack Street and St George’s Terrace, lies this hidden gem underground the Perth CBD. Formerly a record shop, the intimate space has been revamped to reflect an American gangster style hangout which goes with the theme of an American Italian club taking you back to the 80s and 90s. There’s guns, pizza, alcohol and rock n roll, with the venue adorned with memorabilia from the US, wall paper from the 60s, fake cash, weapons, handcuffs, and items encased in trapdoors. Seating up to 30 people, there’s a large selection of alcoholic beverages to choose from and lots of pizzas on the menu. They also offer pizza by the slice. If you’re really into cheese, there’s also a cheese board available. I really enjoyed the pizza’s and will be back to try the other items on the menu.
In amongst all the concrete buildings one wouldn’t think you could find a beautiful secluded tranquil area away from the hustle and bustle of the Perth CBD. But the Bishop’s Gardens and heritage Bishop’s House which houses Lamont’s is the perfect getaway to enjoy delicious cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. The first course presented juicy sweet lobster immersed in a delicious soothing gazpacho which was a very light tasty introduction to the 3 course meal. For mains, I loved the deep fried tender zucchini flowers and the jus was simply superb, thoroughly enjoyed with the tasty meaty Wagyu beef. I liked the purple heirloom carrot which has a different flavour and the smooth potato mash and yummy bresaola round out the components to a satisfying dish. For dessert, an oozing chocolate fondant was served up which is simply divine. I loved the chocolate flavour and the marshmallows to mop up the sauce. The raspberry sorbet was tasty though a little jarring in comparison to the fondant and didn’t think it complemented the fondant, but it is still a delicious way to finish the meal. The waiter who served me was a very casual, yet professional, affable person which also made the experience worthwhile. Comfortably full and satisfied.
Cuisine: Asian Location: Elizabeth Quay Cost: Free entry, dishes range in price When: March 30 to April 10 Night Noodle Market Opening times: Monday to Wednesday: 5pm – 9pm Thursday to Friday: 5pm – 10pm Saturday: 4pm – 10pm Sunday: 4pm – 9pm I’m really glad to see the Night […]
Sushi Izakaya’s 3 course Eat Drink Perth special was certainly special. I love deep fried foods and the Japanese are renowned for their light crispy crunchy batters and this was evident with the popcorn prawns which were delicious. A common theme throughout the dishes is a fusion of cuisines outside of Japan. With the prawns, they’ve added jalapeño to the mayo which adds a lovely hum of chilli. For the mains, a typically American dish of a rack of pork ribs has had an Asian influence with a spicy momoko sauce. The glaze is excellent and the touch of spiciness keeps things interesting. The soft sweet potato chips, whilst not crunchy, are perfect as they are and provide a relief and contrast against the spicy meaty flavours. These were very enjoyable. To finish, a slightly gooey black sesame ice cream was enjoyed with other elements such as a delicious vanilla ice cream which easily overshadowed the black sesame ice cream, and the Chantilly vanilla flecked cream on a plank of chocolate. The dessert was delicious and an excellent finish to an impressive 3 course meal.
The multifaceted Grand Bar and Bistro is the perfect venue for a variety of occasions. Upstairs is the restaurant where you can enjoy an intimate dinner, downstairs is a bar to grab a few drinks and enjoy some well crafted dishes. To the far left in the deck area is a cafe to enjoy a lighter lunch in casual surrounds. We dined in a semi basement area associated with bar and I ordered two entrees for lunch. The first was a delicious salt & pepper squid which was super tender and perfectly seasoned. The sweet chilli sauce dressed the salad and added additional flavour to the squid. The second entree presented crunchy topped pork belly which was tender and delicious with the sauce provided, but I wanted more sauce. The earthy parsnip puree is an excellent partner to the pork and I also loved the succulent scallops. A very well crafted meal and very filling. Satisfied.
From food truck to bricks and mortar, to franchised stores in Melbourne, then Sydney, and now Perth, I wasn’t sure of what to make of a vegetarian only fast food chain. However, after trying a sample of their offerings, I was pleasantly surprised by the food on offer. I started off with a soy based peanut butter milkshake which was delicious. The burgers were really tasty too, somehow, and it’s the genius of the chickpea and mushroom patties, is that they closely resemble the flavour of beef or chicken, when they are clearly vegetarian. In that regard, the burgers taste like their carnivorous counterparts to a great extent. I liked the spicy burger, but was more won over by the chick’n. The chips were pretty tasty and enhanced greatly by the spicy Vietnamese sauce. While I rarely go out for fast food, I would be more than happy to stop by for a meal at Lord of The Fries.
What: Twilight Hawkers Markets – Perth’s original & biggest Street Food Market When: every Friday 4:30-9:30pm, till 29 April 2015 Where: Forrest Chase in Perth adjacent to Wellington St and the Murray St Mall More Info: http://twilighthawkersmarket.com/ The great thing about the Twliight Hawkers Markets in Forrest Chase is being able to try different […]