Dim Sum Trolley, Hawkers Cuisine, 123 James Street, Northbridge WA 6003, Phone 9227 8633.
Give Me The Dumplings … Dim Sum Trolley is located at the very end of the Old Shanghai Food Court on James Street. This Food Court has been around a long time. The vendors, mainly Asian, offer Chinese, Malaysian, Japanese, Indian, Thai and there is a Steak House.
The Re Store, 231 Oxford Street, Leederville WA 6007, Phone 9444 9644.
Food and Wine … In 1936, during the Great Depression, John and Maria Re took a risk. They pawned Maria’s engagement ring to buy a property in Northbridge. Here they opened The Re Store. Which was one of Perth’s first retailers of continental foods. John and Maria imported their stock from Europe.
Kailis Brothers Fish Cafe, 101 Oxford Street, Leederville WA 6007, Phone 9443 6300.
Memories … Kailis Brothers are infamous in Perth as they are one of the biggest family run businesses. Established in 1926 and from humble beginnings as Greek Immigrants, they are now a multi-million dollar concern. Distributing over 6000 quality products Australia wide.
Mille Cafe, 1000 Beaufort Street, Bedford WA 6052, Phone 9271 2288.
Why is it so? … Mille Café is a very large Café, it is split level and there is also pavement seating. Looking out over Beaufort Street and the Civic Hotel across the road. It’s also a place that has been very popular with locals.
Buongiorno Roma, Shop 145a-b, 243-253 Walter Road, Morley WA 6062.
Great Italian Food … This little gem is hidden away in the Coventry Village Markets in Morley. Had walked past a number of times but this time I actually looked at the food. Everything looked homemade and fresh. Pastas, Cotoletta (think schnitzel), Roasted Vegetables. Yum.
Pupusas … The lovely ladies who run the Rancho Latino Market Stall make the most delicious Pupusas. I always join the queue for a plateful. It’s also mesmerising to watch them being made because of the skill needed to create these treats.