Lot Twenty, 198 – 206 William Street, Northbridge, Phone 6162 1195.
It’s All Happening … Had walked past Lot Twenty many times and didn’t pay it any attention. Then one day I stopped and looked through the fence and their secret garden caught my attention, big time. Fell in love with the place as I walked through the garden gates.
Posh Nosh … It’s All About That Food. Tiisch in the CBD has only been open a few months. It’s a delightful Café on Milligan Street, and close to Cloisters Square, with lots of greenery and crisp pastel colours. Their signature pale Blue is on everything.
Alfred’s Kitchen, Corner James and Meadow Street, Guildford Wa 6055, Phone 9377 1378
Platinum Anniversary … Congratulations Alfred’s Kitchen on turning 70 years old. This Burger Bar sits right on the railway line in Guildford. In the old days customers would crowd around the open fire to eat their burgers or to slurp their house made Pea and Ham Soup. But things have changed a little since then.
The Guildford Hotel, 159 James Street, Guildford WA 6055, Phone 6336 9766.
After the Fire … The Guildford Hotel reopened a few months ago now. The Hotel was destroyed by fire in 2008 and all that was left was the shell. Being Heritage Listed (1886) it was a long journey for the owners to reinvent this beloved Hotel.
The Goose Beach Bar and Kitchen, 1 Geographe Bay Road, Busselton WA 6280, Phone 9754 7700.
Fringe Dwellers … For just a day or so we were dwelling on the edge of WA’s wine country. In Busselton to peruse some wineries we set off to try lunch on the Jetty. The Goose Beach Bar and Kitchen sounded perfect.
Old Faithful Bar BBQ, 86 King Street, Perth WA 6000, Phone 0439 467 035.
What’s Love Got To Do With It? … As far as Old Faithful BBQ is concerned, love has everything to do with it. This American Bar and BBQ offers various Meats cooked low and slow. But with an Australian twist.
Petition Kitchen, State Buildings, Corner St Georges Terrace and Barrack Street, Perth WA 6000, Phone 6168 7771.
A Little Slice of History … Petition Kitchen is housed in a building that has been around since 1878. One of a set of State Buildings that have been extensively renovated. This one fronts the Terrace and Barrack Street. Back in the day Petitioners would march down the Terrace to submit their Petitions while lobbying for their causes.
Are you feeling Hot Hot Hot … We found ourselves ducking in and out of the shade on our way to the Court Hotel. Absolutely sizzling hot day in Perth and we were looking for air conditioning. Someone recommended we go and try the food at the Court Hotel, so off we went.