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Tart your engine

WIND may have rattled the cafe blinds at Tarts in Northbridge but we were snug as proverbial bugs in a rug, enjoying the wild weather over a lovely lunch. 331 more words

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DINING GUIDE: Boston

Three Boston residents share with us their favorite addresses in town. It looks like Italian restaurants have a special place in our guests’ heart. Don’t hesitate to let me know if you know other great addresses, I’d be happy to add them to this list. 492 more words

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Father and son realise restaurant dream

Estia Restaurant gave life to the dream of a father and son.

Vassi Loucaides and his son Paul opened Estia in April 2010, fulfilling their dream of running a restaurant together. 479 more words

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Eat, drink, repeat

FROM the navy to navvying, not-so-old salt Nathan Chater found himself scrubbing years of built up grunge as he transformed the former Toscanini’s, in Bicton, into its new incarnation Deja Bru. 393 more words

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Flour power

YELLOW neon lights, cosy wooden walls, a two-storey dining area and an open cooking bar all under the same roof—the latter open for outdoor dining on weekends. 412 more words

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Bacon’s the scoop

BACON ice cream? I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read through the week’s menu at The Mantle’s Stampede Gelato stall.

“With macadamia nuts and toffee,” owner Adam Semple adds. 325 more words

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Garage cranks it up a gear

THERE’S a nice synergy between West Perth’s Gordon Street Garage and Fremantle’s Bread in Common.

The coffee-roasting West Perth eatery provides beans to its sister joint, which in turn provides the fantastic bread we were happily dunking in olive oil and balsamic ($2.50). 426 more words

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