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A Sherbet for sweetness

CAKES, cakes and more cakes. Just breathing in the air at Sweet Sherbet will give you a sugar rush as you take in the stunning display on show. 391 more words

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Off the wall!

ART STRATER COFFEE, Perth

by JENNY D’ANGER:

A THOUSAND dollars for breakfast makes a $6 coffee seem almost reasonable.

That said, the high-spending punter at Harvison Gallery/Art Starter Cafe did get a great piece of artwork to go with his brekky. 414 more words

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Finch me, I’m dreaming

Mister Finch Noshery, FREMANTLE

by JENNY D’ANGER:

THE sign over the footpath looked somewhat familiar as the Hera ld crew rocked up to what used to be Simple Nosh on Norfolk Street. 374 more words

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Thai Kingdom

The word Sukhothai means the Dawn of Happiness. It was the first truly independent Thai kingdom founded in 1238. The Sukhothai period was relatively short-lived but considered to be a golden age of Thai culture and of immense cultural importance to the nation’s history. 251 more words

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Do duck in

by JENNY D’ANGER

THE grizzled, grey-haired bloke in the high-vis working clobber looked incongruous, sitting alone in a sea of Asian diners–most wearing suits.

But his enthusiastic farewell for the Hong Kong BBQ House staff proved he’s a regular. 350 more words

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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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