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  • We rolled up to Alcove Café and Deli, a little quaint gem hidden round the corner and out of sight from the main road. They might not be a full deli you could come to associate with the word, but they still offer quite a variety of goods and breakfast.

    Skipping MacDonalds for breakfast at Alcove Cafe and Deli

    We rolled up to Alcove Café and Deli, a little quaint gem hidden round the corner and out of sight from the main road. They might not be a full deli you could come to associate with the word, but they still offer quite a variety of goods and breakfast.

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  • It has been an incredible weekend at the Eat Drink Blog conference, where 80 food bloggers from across the country descended upon Perth. While I gather my thoughts and reflect on what I've learnt, here's some food porn for you to oogle at from the conference.

    Food porn from Eat Drink Blog 2013 Perth

    It has been an incredible weekend at the Eat Drink Blog conference, where 80 food bloggers from across the country descended upon Perth. While I gather my thoughts and reflect on what I've learnt, here's some food porn for you to oogle at from the conference.

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  • Driving through Hawthorne, the row of old fashioned wood deck chairs out the front of Bungalow 4171 caught Ainead's eye. We parked down a suburban side street to see what they had in the way of breakfast.

    Breakfast at Bungalow 4171

    Driving through Hawthorne, the row of old fashioned wood deck chairs out the front of Bungalow 4171 caught Ainead's eye. We parked down a suburban side street to see what they had in the way of breakfast.

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  • It has been awhile since we last did a casual blogger’s dinner. Our first option bombed out and was fully booked the date we wanted to visit, so I made reservations online via Dimmi for our 2nd choice – Azafran. This was a blessing in disguise, as it turned out to be a fantastic experience.

    A food blogger dinner at Azafran

    It has been awhile since we last did a casual blogger’s dinner. Our first option bombed out and was fully booked the date we wanted to visit, so I made reservations online via Dimmi for our 2nd choice – Azafran. This was a blessing in disguise, as it turned out to be a fantastic experience.

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  • South Bank Surf Club is very spacious and its private dining area is perched at the very top, overlooking to the South Bank beach. All very pretty, but at a tweat up, it’s all about the food and when you have a view of water, it should be seafood. And there was no doubt seafood was the night’s highlight!

    South Bank Surf Club

    South Bank Surf Club is very spacious and its private dining area is perched at the very top, overlooking to the South Bank beach. All very pretty, but at a tweat up, it’s all about the food and when you have a view of water, it should be seafood. And there was no doubt seafood was the night’s highlight!

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  • I am not going to bullshit you. I know squat all about Argentina. Except maybe the song ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’. The Madonna version. Yah, you know the song. It's probably playing in your head right this moment. But I attended a invite-only dinner at the recently opened London Porterhouse to see what the fuss was about with Argentinian food.

    London Porterhouse

    I am not going to bullshit you. I know squat all about Argentina. Except maybe the song ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’. The Madonna version. Yah, you know the song. It's probably playing in your head right this moment. But I attended a invite-only dinner at the recently opened London Porterhouse to see what the fuss was about with Argentinian food.

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  • The Little Pantry is a little ways away from the main bustle of James Street, but no less vibey. Little Pantry is not as crazy a-dozen people-waiting-for-a-seat type of popular, but they were seeing a brisk business when we got there.

    Breakfast at the Little Pantry

    The Little Pantry is a little ways away from the main bustle of James Street, but no less vibey. Little Pantry is not as crazy a-dozen people-waiting-for-a-seat type of popular, but they were seeing a brisk business when we got there.

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  • Over the past couple of days, the same name keeps popping up on my Instagram and Twitter feed: The Baker's Arm.

    The Baker’s Arms

    Over the past couple of days, the same name keeps popping up on my Instagram and Twitter feed: The Baker's Arm.

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  • The SO and I have cycled past Double Shot Espresso heaps of times, but never stopped in. It wasn’t until a chance conversation with fellow blogger Claire, who adamantly vouched for breakfasts at Double Shot Espresso that I dramatically declared to the SO we would be starting our weekend at this café.

    Double Shot Espresso

    The SO and I have cycled past Double Shot Espresso heaps of times, but never stopped in. It wasn’t until a chance conversation with fellow blogger Claire, who adamantly vouched for breakfasts at Double Shot Espresso that I dramatically declared to the SO we would be starting our weekend at this café.

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  • Even back when the SO and I lived in the Paddington area 5 years ago, Sassafras was extremely popular. The purple Queenslander café is a landmark institution in the area and everyone who is privileged to live in that postal code know the business for its gorgeous food and busy weekend trade.

    Late lazy Sunday breakfast at Sassafras

    Even back when the SO and I lived in the Paddington area 5 years ago, Sassafras was extremely popular. The purple Queenslander café is a landmark institution in the area and everyone who is privileged to live in that postal code know the business for its gorgeous food and busy weekend trade.

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