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If you thought winning five WA titles and the Best Pizza in the World category in Vegas in 2008 would be
enough for Raffaele Brotzu, think again. The 2010 Perth Good Food and Wine Show saw him succeed
once more as he claimed Best Gourmet Pizza Maker in WA. Raffaele will go on to represent WA in the
national final in September. To grab a taste of his award-winning pizzas, visit Delizioso Cafe on the corner
of Rokeby Road and Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, delisio.com.au.
New Bicton cafe Little Stove attracted our attention with a fragrant bag of coffee wrapped in a pretty
swatch of floral fabric. As a little beacon of homely comforts, this cafe is doing well for itself. It offers a
diverse range of food inspired by cuisines from around the world including Albany asparagus with organic
poached eggs and Croatian cevapcici hamburgers. And let’s not forget those desserts: homemade Turkish
coffee and Spanish hot chocolate sounds great to us. Shop 97, 103 Harris Street, Bicton, (08) 9319 9811.
Chef moves | Hey there, George-y girl. Perth, meet Telina Menzies (above), new head chef at
buzzy inner-city eating and watering hole The George. Although her last gig was catering functions for
London’s high society, Telina – who lists bread fresh from the oven and ‘a good beer’ as her favourite
food and drink choices – says her return to Perth is all about establishing The George as a haven
for honest and unpretentious cooking. Stepping into the shoes of departing Bistro Felix head chef
Helen Pratt, meanwhile, is Helen’s former sous, Dominic Grundy. Not only does he come with the
commendation of his (former) boss, but also the approval of guests at the recent McHenry Hohnen
nose-to-tail dinner where the young chef ’s talents were on display for all.
The Fig tree is sending up more shoots. Joining
The Wild Fig Cafe in Marmion and Swanbourne’s
The Naked Fig is The Pickled Fig due to open
within the next few weeks near the kiosk at South
Beach – just in time for warmer weather. Word has
it that within the next year they will be branching
out to Scarborough... having seen a few of those
bodies basking on the beach there over the years,
we’re voting for The Dried Fig.
Daybreak at Universal | Universal
Bar & Cafe has gone back to its origins and will
now open its sleepy eyes and get ready for business
seven days a week from 7am, combining a relaxed
cafe atmosphere during the day with its nighttime
jazz and blues. While the popular cocktails and
beverages have not been forgotten, Universal has
added fresh coffee, light snacks and lunches to their
menu. Enjoy them in the sun in their larger alfresco
area. For more information visit universalbar.com.au.
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