Posts Tagged with: Perth on a budget

Warming Lunch at The Hummus Club, Trinity Arcade

Posted in - Brunch & Budget Travel Australia & Food and Drink Perth on May 9th 2016 0 Comments Hummus-Clue-Perth

Finding myself in the city for a hectic run around kind of day also meant I had the opportunity to lunch. Woohoo! It’s been a while since I’ve spent lunchtime in the city and I definitely miss the buzzing atmosphere and access to an elaborate spread of eateries in every nook and cranny of the CBD!

With rain falling …

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DIY walking tour – Elizabeth Quay and Perth

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Hiking & Walking & Microadventure Perth & Perth, Australia & Travelling Me & western australia on February 22nd 2016 2 Comments Perth-City-Skyline

Perth’s newly created waterfront precinct has been years in the making and last weekend, Elizabeth Quay finally opened! *happy dance* Have you visited? What do you think? I love that everyone has an opinion on it.

Like the premier of Western Australia said, ‘this is a one-in-100 year change,”. This project has certainly transformed the city’s …

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Cycle and Coffee, Swanbourne Beach to Swan River

Posted in - Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Cycle Perth & Microadventure Perth on July 6th 2015 0 Comments Birds

Computer work has been sending us a little crazy lately. Seeking some fresh air and a little bit of adventure, we decided to get on the bicycles this weekend for a pedal around Perth. Winter may appear to be an unlikely time to be outside, however thanks to Perth’s mild weather it’s probably the best time. …

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Finding delicious Vietnamese at Mama Tran, Claremont

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Food and Drink Perth & western australia on March 14th 2015 2 Comments Pho-Tai

A few new places have surfaced in the Claremont area over the past six months and one of them is Vietnamese eatery, Mama Tran. The Claremont branch is located on the exterior of Claremont Quarter next to Yamato Kaiten Sushi and on the corner of St Quentin Ave & Bovell Lane.

We’ve had a good dinner …

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German evenings at The Rhein Donau Club

Posted in - Events & Food and Drink Perth on November 16th 2014 0 Comments Pork Hock

Celebrating a friend’s birthday, a group of us spent a Saturday evening at the Rhein Donau Club in Myaree. The interior of the club is very much old school European and I doubt much has changed since it opened in 1959. Features of wood constructed booths, lanterns and alpine trimmings add to the European charm. …

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Little Guildford Cafe + Vintage Shopping

Posted in - Breakfast & Brunch & Coffee & Dog Friendly & Perth Cafes on August 2nd 2014 0 Comments Buttermilk-pancakes

Following a satisfying Sunday wandering through the antique stores along James Street I had to return with Dk for a couple of  final decisions. First though, an espresso from one of the local cafes.

The Little Guildford is a quaint cafe across the train tracks and around the corner from the Swan Valley Information Centre. We were only intending to stop …

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Toastface Grillah, revisit

Posted in - Breakfast & Coffee & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on June 27th 2014 1 Comments Toast face

Winter in Perth has me craving cheese and bread and what better way to satisfy this want than visiting a place that has eight different styles of grilled cheese toasties! Toastface Grillah is a small cafe concealed rather well in the Grand Lane (cnr of Wellington and Barrack street) of Perth. A no frills casual sort …

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Country Road Cafe, Perth

Posted in - Breakfast & Coffee & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on November 15th 2013 2 Comments Country road

Following a clean and prep routine for our next Airbnb guests we walked into the city to kill some time before their arrival. Perth’s west end contains a good variety of establishments nowadays, a little something for everyone. As night transcends Wolfe Lane and nightclubs such as Amplifier Bar and Capitol entertain the drinking night …

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Kakula Bros, Northbridge

Posted in - Coffee on February 18th 2013 1 Comments coffee to go

Kakula Brothers is a continental grocer in the heart of Northbridge and this William Street establishment has been around since 1929 and is owned by hardworking Greek brothers. Kakula Brothers is not your typical modern branded supermarket, it is a charming traditional grocer that sells all the raw ingredients for cooking such as flours, spices, …

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