Home' Scoop : Scoop 52 Contents Prohibitionary chic.
EAT Somewhere else -- there's no food to be
WHERE 189 William Street, Northbridge,
(08) 9328 4532.
Set in the historic Parker and Parker building in the
city, stepping into Andaluz is like stepping into your
Your rich aunt, with great taste and more friends
than you can handle and a surprisingly well stocked
liquor cabinet, yes -- but that feeling of immediate
comfort (as long as you can actually nab a table)
will have you settling into the lounges and making
yourself at home in no time.
DRINK Cocktails. For lovers of martinis and man-
hattans, they've got them how ever (with what ever)
you like, and they've got a substantial list of classics
made the Andaluz way -- for cosy autumn nights, try
EAT Everything in sight -- the food at Andaluz is
just as big a drawcard as the cocktails. The tapas
menu is a combination of the familiar and the more
experimental, with classic favourites like chorizo,
jamon and tortillas alongside ocean trout rillettes
and a watermelon and feta salad.
WHERE 21 Howard Street, Perth (08) 9481 0092.
A perfect addition to the Queen Victoria strip in
North Fremantle, Mrs Brown is a totally unpreten-
tious, cosy little place to knock back a bottle of wine
over a game of Scrabble -- and as a result, suffered
overnight popularity almost immediately. Seems it
wasn't just the owners who were looking for a place
to grab a glass of wine and some conversation --
one of their driving reasons for opening it. About a
year on, and while it's much easier to actually make
your way inside and even grab a seat, it's still going
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2 OCT 2009-2 MAY 2010
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