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A palace for your palate

GIVEN it had been just a week after her fourth round of chemo and my friend’s mouth was also swollen from unrelated emergency dental work I was beginning to think bringing her along to a food review might have been a mistake. 453 more words

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Roo just right

LITTLE CREATURES, Fremantle

by MATTHEW EELES:

KANGAROO meat has never really come into nor gone out of fashion.

Considering its versatility, low fat content and affordable price—around $9 for two fillets—it’s surprising the indigenous and plentiful protein isn’t an Aussie staple. 439 more words

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So much Joy in this favourite kitchen

JOY KITCHEN, Fremantle:

For 18 years Joy Kitchen has etched itself into the eating hearts of Fremantle folk. Why? Great food. Friendly staff. Fast service.  398 more words

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Heavenly Hippy in Highgate

POLITICAL correctness can complicate dining out.

I’d given up on prawns because trawling devastates the seabed: even farming is a problem, with fertile land in Bangladesh turned into saltwater pens to feed the insatiable western market’s demand for cheap prawns. 528 more words

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The best of steaks

Introduction 

Now one of my favourite meals would have to be a beautiful beef fillet / steak with a glass of amazing red wine (of course). 880 more words

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All about the food

I WAS asked in a recent radio interview about the importance of aesthetics to a food review, and what I look for as I enter an eatery. 445 more words

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Simply magic at Dizzy Witch Cafe

Dizzy Witch Cafe – you might cackle when hearing the name, but this fantastic eatery will soon have you under its spell. Providing quality fresh food and superb fair trade coffee, this centrally located cafe is a popular destination for local foodies. 359 more words

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