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)
Part of the new Westfield Whitford City dining and entertainment precinct, Whitfords Brewing Company will be a welcome addition to the northern corridor.