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EATING at The Iron Pot in South Fremantle is like visiting family – the food is delicious like homemade favourites and you are greeted by cheerful staff, who genuinely want to make your eating experience enjoyable. more »
DISCERNING diners can now choose from a Tower for 2, prawn twisters or BBQ lamb cutlets to satisfy their culinary needs. more »
AS the Woodvale Tavern gears up for the fifth anniversary of its historic name change next month, patrons are invited to come along and celebrate the quality of service and cuisine this
popular northern suburbs restaurant provides. more »
FOUND in the quiet and serene surrounds of South Perth, the Shish Mahal restaurant offers authentic Indian cuisine. more »
LAUDED Perth chef David Coomer is experiencing something of a culinary rebirth. more »
WITH a new manager running a very tight ship, and a new chef in the kitchen armed with a new menu, Oceanus on the Beach in City Beach has undergone something of a renaissance in recent months. more »
THE warm and homely Deevine Café is nestled within Albany Highway’s bustling cafe culture, providing Victoria Park residents with a great selection of value-for-money meals. more »
CELEBRATING the release of its winter menu, Portobello Road has taken the palate of their diners up a notch with an extensive mix of traditional favourites and fresh Asian dishes that are sure to please for breakfast, lunch or dinner. more »
JUST north of Milan in Italy lies Lake Como, home to breathtaking mountain ranges, centuries-old silk manufacturing and perhaps most notably, Hollywood star George Clooney’s luxurious villa. more »
FORGET “very Melbourne” or “so Sydney”, Perth’s latest arrival on the burgeoning small bar-cum-bistro scene is more likely to evoke imagery of some of the world’s ski resort epicentres, like say Aspen, Queenstown or St Moritz. more »
ANYONE who has spent considerable time in continental Europe would agree there is a definite romantic air with the way its men and womenfolk go about daily life. more »
FROM Tuscany to Thailand, Christian Fogliani’s epicurean journey reads like a chef’s article in a glossy magazine. more »
RECENT years have seen a revival take shape in the CBD’s west end and it seems the city’s east end is now mirroring the trend with a renaissance of its own. more »
THE Clydesdale Dining recipe for success combines a delicious three-course meal with the sights and sounds of Fremantle, a traditional horse-drawn dining carriage, a touch of nostalgia and, of course, two dashing Clydesdale horses. more »
ROXBY Thai in O’Connor is a superb dining option for groups with differing tastes, as it offers both Thai and western cuisine. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.