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It’s still deli good

CAFE 58, Palmyra

by JENNY D’ANGER:

WHEN I was a wee tacker at the kindy across the road, this funky cafe was the local deli. 357 more words

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Casual attitude at beachside Bib

by LINE STENSETH

PERCHED on sand dunes above the Fremantle surf lifesaving club, Bib and Tucker offers stunning 180-degree views, stretching from the iconic cranes of the harbour along a shimmering coastline to the tall pines of Cottesloe. 595 more words

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A cut above

THE last time I was out in Northbridge on a Friday night I was wearing tan bell-bottoms and a Rolf Harris t-shirt.

Several years on and aged 40 the streets seem alien to me—a vulgar tsunami of breasts and ribald tattoos. 371 more words

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Family favourite on the foreshore

THE COVE, Attadale

by JENNY D’ANGER:

SITUATED in a gorgeous old 1920s home The Cove Indian Restaurant is a culinary success story, lasting decades in a sector that’s notoriously unforgiving. 364 more words

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Sets a new - well, you get the drift

THE STANDARD, Northbridge

by JENNY D’ANGER:

THERE’S nothing standard about The Standard in Northbridge, as I found after discovering this fantastic bar/eatery last week.

Off to see Dinner at the State Theatre, food was on the mind but so was not being late, and this addition to Roe Street is mere metres away. 347 more words

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Make a date

THE view from Bathers Beach House is arguably one of the best in Perth. If you book your table at the right time you’ll be able to catch a magnificent sunset over the beautiful Indian Ocean. 506 more words

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Loaves & dishes

NEW NORCIA BAKERY, Mount Hawthorn

by JENNY D’ANGER:

IT was hard to picture austere, dark-robed Benedictine monks sitting down to dainty pastries and gurgy cakes as I gazed in awe at the sweet selection at the New Norcia Bakery. 375 more words

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