DINING out before the theatre is fraught: any delay and you run the risk of the torturous embarrassment of mumbled “sorries” as you stand on toes and stagger into laps while shuffling to your seat. 406 more words
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AFTER 15 years burying and cremating people, Mareena Purslowe-Sear now loves feeding them.
Two years ago the woman behind Perth’s ground-breaking all-woman funeral service traded in her trademark white Akubra for a chef’s cap, setting up The Ladder in Mt Hawthorn with long-time friend Rucky Griffiths. 389 more words
ENTHUSIASM and efficiency is permeating Perth’s service industry, threatening the existence of our colony’s once infamously surly waiters.
Sayers Sister aptly demonstrates this new breed, as cheery waiters rush to bring water, happily discuss the menu—are equally happy to check with the kitchen if they didn’t know the answer—and generally ensure customers are happy and comfortable and kept informed of any delays, as was the case for those queuing on this busy Tuesday. 307 more words
PUNK band The Dead Kennedys brought the term “uber” out of Germany and into the English lexicon with their song California Uber Alles.
While “uber” is generally taken to mean “extra” its literal translation is “above”: Uber Caf, in the back blocks of Attadale, is certainly a cut above your average small shopping precinct eatery. 325 more words