Perth Food & Drink
Perth’s Swan Valley has been famous for its wines for many years however over the past decade the number of Swan Valley breweries has increased, resulting in a situation where there’s just as much reason to visit the region for its beer as well as its wine. Western Australia is
The past year has seen the opening of many new places to eat in Perth. From restaurants to cafes, and bars to uncategorised “eateries” the options have never been more plentiful. I visited in December and, armed with a list of the best of the best, tried to fit in as
I went back home for a week recently and while I was there I was keen to check out some of the new bars in Perth. The small bar scene in Perth continues to improve, with several places opening only a month or two prior to me visiting. Unfortunately Perth’s restrictive licensing laws
Following on from my Perth Food & Drink Guide (Part 1) here’s Part 2 of the guide. As with Part 1, I’ve chosen a mixture of places to talk about, ranging from the new and newish, to old favourites that I find myself returning to again and again. Also as with
The food and drink scene in Perth has grown in leaps and bounds since I left in 2009. Although there are certainly areas that could still be improved upon, there’s no doubt that these days things are better than ever for those who enjoy eating and drinking out in Perth.
Sticking with the recent Perth themed updates here at The City Lane is a review of Love Thy Neighbour, a hidden gem of a cafe in Northbridge. Head to the end of the arcade at 119 William Street and you’ll find it. Blink and you’ll miss it. The fit out is very