Toastie. Jaffle. Plain old toasted sandwich. The basic ingredients are the same whatever your preferred style: bread, filling and heat, the latter of which can escape from a toastie but remains treacherously trapped inside a jaffle.
Risotto. Pasta. Scrambled eggs. Black truffles can bring a luxurious touch to many dishes, even the humble toasted sandwich. This week, CBD toastie purveyor Livingstone’s Urban Jungle unveiled its latest toasted sandwich creation: The Lord Byron.
Truffle season has begun, so it’s no surprise to see new products and innovative pairings hitting the market.
The opening of Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe in the former WA Club on St Georges Terrace marks the brand’s first dedicated West Australian presence.
Aquaculture is a rapidly growing industry, generally deemed necessary to meet the increasing global demand for seafood. But when you learn it takes around 1.5 kilograms of wild, ocean-caught fish to produce just one kilogram of farmed fish, common sense says it can’t be sustainable.
The latest contender for WA’s toastie crown, Toast Cartel, has taken over the kiosk left behind by Eleven Squares in Fremantle’s Piazza shopping precinct.
The home of new Victoria Park bar Daddy Long Legs has had many identities – The Publican, DB’z and The Opal, to name just three.