Top 5 Perth Eats & News – January

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The festivity of eating continued throughout January with most of my cravings being more comfort foods.

Top 5 Perth Eats

#1 Franklin Foodies Philly Cheese Steak ($12) – I was so excited to discover Franklin Foodies’ philly cheese steak. Oh my, I didn’t think I would ever find anything as close to what we had in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen – it was so good. The cheese perfectly melted through the tender philly steak. I am so happy to see these guys are at Mayland’s new Hawker Markets most Saturday nights from 4:30 – 8pm. 

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#2 – Good Fortune’s Peking Duck Pancakes ($19 for five pancakes) – I’ve been having peking duck pancakes since I was 8. What I love about Good Fortune is that you can just go in and order peking duck pancakes without pre-ordering or the need to eat more than one duck course. Sometimes burger boy and I go to Good Fortune to eat nothing but peking duck pancakes.  

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Good Fortune Roast Duck House on Urbanspoon

#3 Bistro Guillaume’s Linguini with Spanner Crab, garlic, chilli and tomatoes ($38) – we celebrated burger boy’s birthday here and I had heard that this linguine was a must-eat. It was very tasty and we were both happy with the portion size. Needless to say we rolled out of Bistro Guillaume after entree, mains and dessert 🙂 and we didn’t break the bank either.

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Bistro Guillaume on Urbanspoon

#4 Bread in Common’s rustic common loaf – if Bread in Common was closer to home, I’d be there every morning for brunch just for their bread (they open at 10am). On it’s own or covered in their own butter or dipped in oil – the rustic common loaf is to die for. burger boy and I had three servings on our first Bread in Common visit. On my last visit, I had this whole plate to myself with fellow Perth food blogger Chomp Chomp as there isn’t a gluten free version.

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Bread In Common on Urbanspoon

#5 Malaysian Hawker’s Laksa in Cambridge foodhall – my love for laksa started this month. Not sure why it took me almost three decades to get into it when it’s one of my mum’s fav dishes to eat out. Malaysian Hawker is well known for their laksa which isn’t too overpowering and filled to the rim.

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Malaysian Hawker on Urbanspoon

Top 5 Perth foodie events coming up in February

  • Every Saturday Night 4:30 – 8pm Maylands Hawker Markets
  • Feb 13 – School of Wine’s Champagne and Chocolate class
  • Feb 14 – Valentines Day dinners at various venues
  • Feb 22 – Mar 30: Taste Great Southern food & wine festival
  • Feb 26 – The Classroom and Cocktail Gastromony’s Cocktail Degustation

Check out my What’s On in Perth guide for all the details and to keep up to date with new Perth events as they are submitted by Perth food businesses.

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I have foodie cravings all the time and sometimes at very odd hours, hence the name of this food blog, where I share my love for Perth food, writing and interviews with inspirational foodies who have made their mark in the food scene. I also own Crust Mount Lawley with my burger eating half burger boy and have a mini me who eats all my food, she goes by the name junior burger on the blog :)

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