Donnacha Reidy and Matthew Barge came up in the Sydney hospitality scene and have owned pubs and restaurants throughout the city.
Childhood friends John Konstantopoulos and Justin Patterson grew up together in South Africa before their careers took them around the world. They’ve now settled in Perth with their families – Patterson eight years behind Konstantopoulos – and opened Paper Avenue Cafe in Joondalup.
The team behind Chimek is an ambitious bunch. As if opening What the Bao in the CBD wasn’t enough, the team have opened a second outlet in Vic Park.
Many of us would be happy with a successful career and the prospect of a comfortable future, but Caleb Dalziell wasn’t convinced that was how he wanted to live his life.
In what will be exciting news for many Perth diners, RoyAl’s Chicken & Burgers is now opening its second restaurant in Wembley.
Coming from a family with a strong hospitality background, barista Jacob Chapman tried studying at university but always found himself drawn back to coffee.
Returning this August, the annual Gascoyne Food Festival sees an impressive line-up of Western Australian chefs heading north to celebrate the region’s produce. This year’s festival will be spread between Carnarvon, Exmouth, Dirk Hartog Island and Mount Augustus. Headline events include an all-star long table lunch on the bank of the Gascoyne River; a barbeque-on-the-beach at the Carnarvon Yacht Club, and the Gascoyne Growers’ Market. More adventurous festival-goers can bring their own four-wheel drive (4WD) on a Gourmet Island Escape to Dirk Hartog Island where they will experience beachside camping, guided tours and food from guest chefs. Read more on Broadsheet here. (image : Craig Kinder)