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Vive la Inglewood!

INGLEWOOD HOTEL, Mount Lawley

by JENNY D’ANGER:

SACRE bleu, it was Bastille Day and snails were off the lunch menu because they were late arriving—they are such slow little buggers. 404 more words

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Ultimate City Escape

THE TERRACE HOTEL, Perth:

Escape to the Terrace Hotel. Rich in history and cultural significance, this heritage listed establishment is something quite special. Restored to its former glory, the building is a splendid example of a terrace house, which first began life as Bishop’s Grove in 1892. 254 more words

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Feast on flesh

I  WAS cold and hungry and I needed a lot of meat, and Pleased to Meet You fit the bill.

Down on Roe Street, the yank barbecue joint was set up by La Cholita and Who’s Your Mumma founder Clint Nolan. 407 more words

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Szechwan Heaven

Szechwan Province is known as the heavenly country, due to its rich abundance of food and natural resources. Szechwan cuisine is famous around the world as one of the four great Chinese cuisines. 354 more words

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Revive your corpse

WHILE I was admiring the vibrancy of Astor Arcade, where seating from Cantina 663 cafe spills out into the shopping mall with its many cute boutiques, my mate was getting hot under the collar about banquettes. 480 more words

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Swoop like a vulture

CIOCCOLATO ESPRESSO, Applecross

by JENNY D’ANGER:

I FIGURED we were onto a good thing when, in a biting breeze, even the alfresco seating was at a premium at Cioccolato Espresso in Applecross. 335 more words

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Farm fresh

GLORIOUS winter sunshine poured down upon us as hippies and city suits mingled to enjoy the green ambience and great food at City Farm.

Sitting amid beds of basil, parsley and other herbs, coats and scarves were shed and it was thyme to check out the food in the cabinet. 345 more words

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