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Shadow Wine Bar

Open every day from midday until late, Shadow Wine Bar offers an extensive wine list, a great cheese and salami selection and a modern European dining room menu for something a little more. As its run by us, you can charge back to your room account – use the speed dial on your in-room phone or call 6430 4010 to make a reservation

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Some of the eats at Aisuru Sushi.

Aisuru Sushi

Alex and Aisuru are a little similar in a couple of ways – we both share the corner of William and James Streets and like us they do things a little differently. Bacon, cream cheese, sundried tomato and pickled mackerel sit alongside the usual suspects in the list of ingredients on the menu. There’s something for everyone here – from sushi rolls & yakitori to creamy popcorn shrimp and everything in between! Vegetarian? This is the right place.

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Before the rush at Babooshka.

Babooshka

With neighbours like Francoforte and Superstar Waffles, this end of Williams Lane had enough evening cred, but someone needed to step up and cater for the breakfast and in-between crowd – and hello Babooshka. The coffee is great but it’s really the food offering that’ll have you coming back. The Dukkah Eggs and the Tsar’s breakfast are a must, as is the breakfast named after the establishment – the Babooshka. That’s three knockouts and at least three visits…

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Baby Mammoth

Soul food with a South African heart. The menu here changes from time to time making return trips inevitable – a shame that! Goat Bunny Chow always seems to make the cut though and why not – delcious chunks of Durban-style goat served in a hollowed out bun (cue the drool). These guys also do some pretty sharp lunch specials too…..just check their website for opening times as they sometimes change!

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Balthazar

Balthazar

Straight out of New York, this dark, intimate and wonderfully special restaurant is perfect for that special event. The food is brilliant and the wine list would entice a sworn abstainer to have a glass. Delicious.

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Bivouac Canteen & Bar

A bivouac is an improvised campsite – often a temporary one at that. Thankfully, Bivouc Canteen & Bar isn’t going anywhere anytime soon with superbly well executed food and warm hospitality. A curious, middle-eastern slant that runs through the frequently evolving Med “ish” menu makes return visits to this relaxed and casual eatery pretty easy!

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Tuck Shop

Tuck shop is a cafe, pie-house and a delicatessen where everything you eat is made on the premises. Pop in for breakfast, lunch or grab a coffee and one of their signature pies to go. Check their Facebook page for more info.

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Chicho Gelato

Having honed their skills in Bologna, the home of some of the best gelato in the world, the Chicho team have finally opened a full time shop selling their irresistible ice cream! Just around the corner on William St, this is the only place in town if you are serious about the cold stuff. Open 7 days til late

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Flipside Burger

Flipside Burgers

A proud little West Aussie burger “chain” (if you can even call them that). Originating from North Freo, the guys at Flipside create beautiful yummy burgers from locally sourced ingredients. You can sit in or takeaway – another reason we love them so much is they also own Mechanics Institute, next door, with all their burgers available in the bar!

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Flora & Fauna Cafe

Tucked behind a burger joint is the a little cafe that couldn’t be further from burgers if you tried….Flora & Fauna is a cute little cafe serving not only great coffee and smoothies but a beautiful range of vegan, vegetarian & raw dishes that make you feel good inside. Open 730am to 3pm most days. 70 Aberdeen St Northbridge

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The Flour Factory

The Flour Factory

100 years ago, the Flour Factory used to produce bags and bags of, you guessed it….flour. Now its a mult level hosptitality fun factory that produces some of the best sweet treats in town, with great coffee to wash it down as well as a bar with Perth’s biggest Gin collection! Their ever changing menu always includes a selection of their famous hot dogs.

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Garum Restaurant

Garum, Roman fish sauce made by salting and fermenting fish in small clay jugs or vessels, was used commonly throughout ancient Roman cooking.

This osteria’s Menu, created by chef Mario Di Natale, focuses on the ideals of Roman cooking, its techniques and history while highlighting the richness of Western Australian produce.

 

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Roast meats = Good Fortune

Good Fortune Roast Duck House

Good Fortune Roast Duck House is the without doubt the place to go when you’ve got a hankering for Chinese style roast meats. Roast Duck, pork and chicken are obviously the go to dishes here and the boneless roast duck is the must have. Their other chinese dishes are equally delicious and if you’d like to take some of the flavour home with you their roast meats are available whole for takeaway – winning!

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Los Bravos

The team behind No Mafia serve up another small bar and eatery that trades in good food and drink with a heavy Spanish accent. With 100 seats and alfresco dining, the size of the venue has allowed its owners to create a relaxed, easy atmosphere.

The menu provides options for everything from a few light tapas to a full meal. A partnership with Perth seafood supplier Kailis has led to a number of dishes brimming with fresh local catches prepared with Spanish techniques and flavours. Did you say manchego croquettes and grilled chorizo?!

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Market Grounds Restaurant

Located in Kings Square, the new double-storey pub will be the first link between the CBD and Northbridge in more than 100 years, as part of the newly revitalised Perth City Link.

Enjoy a pub meal or snack with a modern twist in our casual dining spaces. With favourites like wood fired pizzas, fresh salads & pastas their bar menu can be enjoyed with a few drinks.
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Hong Kong BBQ

This family run Chinese restaurant, with its monochromatic interior and bright lights, is one of the most popular Chinese restaurants in Northbridge. Its all about roast and bbq meats here, with some of the best duck in town. You won’t rave about the ambience but it’s a definite must do.

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Lalla Rokha

Lalla Rookh

Named after a 1930s gold mine in the Pilbara, this eating house, right in the bustling business centre, is run by some great young hospitality professionals. Their Italian food is pretty amazing and they win us for sourcing local ingredients and supplying lots of locally made drinks.

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Lil' Toastface

Toastface Grillah’s little brother Lil Toastface is dishing up a slightly smaller menu of delicious toasties, coffee and juices on William Street. Perfect for lunch or just a cheeky snack.

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Little Willy's

There is no secret behind the success of this William Street cafe. Instead the formula is quite simple – good coffee, great breakfasts and an eclectic atmosphere. Their ever-changing, house made salad selection makes choosing something to eat at lunch a challenge….

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Long Chim

We’re not the only ones in Perth a tad excited about the arrival of David Thompson’s food to Perth…. Since opening, Long Chim has become one the most exciting places to eat in town. Known as the ‘godfather’ of Thai Cuisine, David Thompson’s menu is as good as it gets and the cocktails are equally worth popping in for.

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Lucky Chan's Laundry

Do not be deceived by the frontage, this is no laundry but actually Northbridge’s newest noodle kid on the block, all made possible by donations from the public. Their most famous dishes include their very own Ramen Noodles, which are made on site. You can enjoy them on the petite roof top terrace which boasts killer views over the city at sunset

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Mr Fox on William

Mr Fox on William is one of the new kids on the street and we’re very pleased to welcome them and their delicious, healthy lunch menu to the neighbourhood. As cosy as the place is, some days you’re just in too much of a hurry and that’s when their tasty takeaway lunch boxes come in handy. These guys also serve great coffee and are guaranteed to take care of your breakfast needs.

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No Mafia

No Mafia

Plates are light, cheerful and hark back to a time when posh food was simpler and more honest. This is a small, bright venue where the food does the talking and supported by a tight drinks list with good Italian and Western Australian wines – all available by the glass. Try it out. Capisce?

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Old Faithful Bar & BBQ

If you like you’re meat and a fan of the current craze for all things Southern American, then this joint’s right up your alley. These guys take their meat seriously and slow cook ribs and brisket until its soft, sticky and finger licking good! Just a few minutes walk towards the city near the corner of King St and Wellington St, these guys are open for lunch and dinner – oh and their beer list is pretty good too.

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Petition Beer Corner

If you’ve got a need for a serious craft beer, look no further. Petition Beer corner in the CBD bosts one the city’s best craft beer lists. We love that you can pick your glass size including a cute little 150ml pour, meaning that you can work your way through the ever changing list while keeping keeping it together….

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Petition Kitchen

Petition Kitchen has a passion for fresh food which culminates in an assortment of rustic, quirky and fun dishes meant to share, or simply enjoy solo. Start the day with house-made pastries, smoothies and breakfast. Relax through a weekend breakfast menu, settle in for a real lunch or get serious with a great dinner and take in the moody history of the space.

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Inside Pleased to Meet You

Pleased to Meet You

Situated down the road on Roe Street, Pleased to Meet You used to be a little tricky to find – thankfully they’ve ditched their old “38” sign and replaced it with the name of the venue. Once inside it can be a challenge when it comes to choosing what to eat, with a small plate menu that’s as interesting and varied as you’ll see. Beef tongue ruben bao anyone?

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Red Chilli

Red Chilli

This restaurant serves up authentic Szechuan cuisine, where chilli is the order of the day, and lots of it. If you’re not a fan of the red stuff, steer clear.

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The Reveley

This beautiful venue is located in the heart of Elizabeth Quay offering a unique city view. Whether you are looking for a casual or formal atmosphere The Reveley can be your perfect choice: enjoy three levels of food, drinks & stunning views.

 

 

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Superstar Waffles

Superstar Waffles

Your sucking down long strands of spaghetti at Francoforte when you notice across the arcade a steady stream of people coming and going from a little joint called Superstar Waffles. It’s waffles, waffles and waffles here with some cool waffle-ey* takes on some classics like S’mores waffles and Banoffee waffles as well as some ripper classic flavour combinations. It’s in the name, these truly are Superstar Waffles.  *Waffle-ey is not a real word but we like it.

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Laneway view at Toastface Grillah

Toastface Grillah

Yes the coffee is good and yes the venue is the requisite amount of “cool” but what this place is all about is writ large in it’s name – toasted grilled cheese sandwiches. There are some out there combinations like the Pear Grillz or the Danny Zuccho but regardless of what you choose you’ll never leave disappointed. Keeping it real – the space is frequently used for small gigs for local & up and coming artists.

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Varsity Burger

Varsity Burgers

This is a hole in the wall burger joint at its tasty best. You can sit al fresco amongst the graffiti on the walls or grab a takeaway. They only do double burgers on the menu and its great value for money and our top tip: don’t skip the wings.

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Viet Hoa

For almost 30 years Viet Hoa has been dishing up good honest Vietnamese food to those lucky enough to be in the know. The venue is a number of scales below flash and their forays into “Aussie” Chinese classics are a take it or leave it affair but on a cool evening any of their pho options are as good at their price point as you’ll find in Perth and your guaranteed the freshest produce – so important in pho – as the number of customers coming and going dicate as much!

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West End deli Cereal and Sandwich Bar

West End deli Cereal and Sandwich Bar is the fun new addition to the State Buildings’ basement. Cereal and Sandwich Bar offers both healthy and funky cereals for breakfast along with old school favourites. At lunch time it’s time for freshly made baguettes, pies and salads.

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Whisk Creamery

Like you, we take our dessert needs very seriously. We’re glad to have Whisk Creamery just around the corned from us, serving superior soft-serve gelato, sorberts and other creative desserts that will wow you. And the best part is they’re open 7 days a week until late.

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Wildflower

Perched on top of the beautifully renovated State Buildings you will find a restaurant that is both visually stunning and seriously good. Rarely does the quality of food and service match a great view but the team here are as professional as they come and wont disappoint. Perfect for special occasions or those times you just want to treat yourself, this is Perth’s go to restaurant to impress.

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