The Precinct Revisit, 834 Albany Highway, Victoria Park, Phone 9355 2880.
The Real Thing … The Precinct Revisit. Which is something that should have happened ages ago but here we are, let the rectification begin.
RoyAl’s Chicken And Burgers, 8 / 885 Albany Highway, East Victoria Park WA 6101, Phone 9355 0901.
It’s Time the Kale Were Told … Sorry, I should try another Smiths lyric. But for me, the visit to RoyAl’s Chicken & Burgers was all about the Super Food Burger and baby Kale. Of course I tried the Fried Chicken as well, how could you not.
88 Noodle Bar, Crown Casino, Burswood WA 6100, Phone 9362 7777.
Chinese Food 3 … Well kind of. Finally we had a day free to try some noodles. 88 Noodle Bar is always busy, the food portions look huge and the décor is lit up for Chinese New Year. Three good reasons to walk in.
Karibbean Corner, 280 Albany Highway, Victoria Park WA 6100, Phone: 0449 510 908.
Great food … Karibbean Corner have both a Market Stall and a Pop Up Restaurant in Victoria Park. This is the second time they’ve had a Pop Up in Victoria Park.
Crown Metropol Lobby Lounge, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood WA 6100, Phone 9362 7551.
High Tea … When we were being highfalutin and dining at Rockpool this week we noticed that the Crown Metropol Lobby Lounge had started serving high tea. We booked, which is mandatory apparently, and went along with high expectations.
Food For Me, 877 Albany Highway, East Victoria Park WA 6101, Phone 9472 0333.
Foodie haven … Having walked past Food For Me quite a few times I decided it was time to try their wares. There was a bit of an ulterior motive because we were hunting caramel slices. Having already lucked out at two other cafes this was our last attempt.
Rockpool Bar and Grill, Crown Metropol Perth, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood WA 6100, Phone 6252 1900.
Lush Surroundings … From the Crown Metropol Hotel atrium you enter Neil Perry’s famous Rockpool Bar and Grill. Walking through a long, fairly dark, tunnel of glass panels which are illuminated with candle like electric lights. Hidden behind the glass panels are the wine and beef cellars to entertain you on your way through to the restaurant.