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News that Res-
chef David Pynt
(right) will be a
stagiaire (a stage
is best described
as volunteer work
people gladly put
their hands up for so that they can learn from
other chefs) in the kitchen of Copenhagen s
feted two Michelin-starred diner Noma is
exciting for so many, not least of all for the
talented youngster who ll get to learn the finer
points and secrets of René Redzepi s (pictured
above) interpretation of Nordic cuisine and
exactly what it takes to be one of the top three
restaurants in the world -- according to the
latest San Pellegrino Awards, Noma, The Fat
Duck and elBulli are the world s Holy Trinity
when it comes to food.
TASTE with max veenhuyzen email@example.com
First it was Steve s, then Broadway and now the
Leedy. One by one, all of my generation s favourite
uni student haunts are being transformed from
dingy drinking holes to trendy houses of food and
drink -- just don t nobody touch George s Kebabs
you hear? While The Garden s breezy fit out,
kitschy cutlery and long communal dining tables
scream fun, there s some seriously good cooking
going on at this recently renovated space. Order-
ing to share rather than for self is the way to go so
focus on the "deli" (think luxe tasting platter fare),
"pizza" and "balls" (er, balls) sections of the menu.
A tight but bright wine list of lesser known names
at tidy prices rounds off the experience.
742 Newcastle Street, Leederville, (08) 9202 8282.
From new places to enjoy chocolate in all its delicious glory to
old hangouts being given a tasty makeover... catch up on the
latest buzz in Perth's dining-out scene.
Fans of chocolate and those divine Spanish pastries, churros, need to know that the purveyors of such
tempting deliciousness Chocolateria San Churro has recently opened a couple of new venues.
You can now be tempted at the corner of Rokeby and Roberts Roads in Subiaco and also at 150
Oxford Street, Leederville. Abandon all diets.
Three cheers for
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