Justin and Christine Peters, the husband-and-wife team behind the much-loved West End Deli, had no plans to expand into the city. But when you are given the opportunity to be part of the State Buildings, it’s hard not to feel a little inspired – enter the West End Deli Cereal and Sandwich Bar.
Driven by craft-beer enthusiast Wade Tregonning, Mount Lawley’s newest bar Caboose is aimed squarely at beer connoisseurs.
“Don’t be afraid to buy frozen, but stay away from the barbeque”. That’s just one of the many (many) tidbits seafood authority John Susman has for Broadsheet readers eager to partake in that most Australian of eating traditions, seafood over Christmas. Continue reading on Broadsheet here. (image : Ben Dearnley)
Say goodbye to The Brown Fox and hello to Mayfair Lane, a British-style gastropub sporting a new fit-out, old-school service and a sophisticated menu.
Beaufort Street’s newest opening is hard to miss: just look for the building with Rockefeller painted in white on its side.
Allan Mpora and Tania Tan opened Nasi Lemak Korner in Como in mid-2015, to showcase the cuisine of Tan’s native Malaysia. Almost two years later and the couple has expanded to Mosman Park.
Fawlty Towers first screened in 1975, famously running for just 12 episodes over two series. Written by comedy legend John Cleese and then-wife Connie Booth, who also starred as Polly, Fawlty Towers has finally been brought back to life more than 40 years later as a live stage show.