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Malay more than oKway!

KWAY TEOW was once cheap food for poor labourers, but these days the noodle dish is a national favourite across Malaysia and Singapore—and beyond.

After the first mouthful at Ria Malay Kitchen, in Leederville, I felt like I’d just come to a metaphysical home. 323 more words

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Malay more than oKway!

by JENNY D’ANGER

KWAY TEOW was once cheap food for poor labourers, but these days the noodle dish is a national favourite across Malaysia and Singapore—and beyond. 341 more words

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(Nearly) everything is awesome

EVERYTHING was “awesome” at Salt on the Beach, judging by the amount of times our delightful waiter use the adjective. I think we stopped counting at 22. 391 more words

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It’s all delicious to me

“GALAKTOBOUREKO”. It’s Greek for custard pie—but could just as easily be Greek for delicious.

Made with semolina, eggs, vanilla and cream it slid down my throat like silk, the taste delicate and the syrup-soaked filo pastry sweet. 273 more words

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You’ll be ’appy with iPho

GETTING the tip on places I should check out has led to some very ordinary meals, including a fish curry shudderingly memorable for all the wrong reasons. 377 more words

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Food is a Family Passion

Warm marinated olives…bread straight out of the wood fired oven…slow cooked lamb ragu…chicken cacciatora…For the Trequattrini family, food is a consuming passion. Originally from Umbria in central Italy, this foodie family of five moved to Perth with the plan to realise their dream of opening their own restaurant. 319 more words

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Reptilian raving

“FLAT out like a lizard drinking.” Never a more appropriate phrase came to mind as we sat in the glorious sunshine at the Surfing Lizard, in Munster. 432 more words

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