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LAMB SHANKS AT THE DUSIT THAI
The owners of Dusit Thai in Northbridge like to use as much
local meat as possible. Witness their spicy lamb shanks, slow-cooked to
buttery tenderness with a secret blend of herbs and spices. T he shanks
are then lightly fried and topped with a spicy gravy before ser ving.
Dusit Thai, 249 James Street, Northbridge, dusitthai.com .au.
Print Hall is a four-storey food and beverage extravaganza
with a rooftop garden, due to open in late 2012. Its biggest coup
has been landing Daniel Wegener, formerly of Sydney’s Quay,
as head sommelier. Part of a $1 billion development of City
Square, it joins The Trustee (see below) The Heritage Brasserie
and other food and beverage outlets yet to be announced.
Print Hall, City Square, 133 St Georges Terrace, Perth.
Clancy’s Fish Pub has opened a fourth outlet on the outskirts of
Dunsborough, at the picturesque bush property that used to house
Bannamah Wildlife Park. Plans include turning the natural amphitheatre
into an outdoor entertainment and dining area. Clancy’s Fish Pub, 1710
Caves Road, Dunsborough, clancysfishpub.com.au.
compiled by Jennifer Susanto-Lee
Brother and sister team Scott and Angie Taylor of The Beaufort Street Merchant
are the brains behind The Trustee, opening in the CBD in April. Set over two
floors of culinary class, the bar upstairs is dominated by a purpose-built brass
and glass wine vault. Downstairs, the bistro menu has been put together by chef
Ian Curley (above) of Melbourne’s The European. It features full-flavoured, rustic
peasant fare. The Trustee, 133 St Georges Terrace, Perth.
New in North Freo
North Fremantle is no
longer a deli-freE zone.
Locals flocked in when
the Black TrufFle opened
on Stirling Highway in
January, not just for
the cofFeE, bread and
papers but the gourmet
fare as welL. It’s modelLed
on a traditional Italian
provedore – think
imported oils, vincotTo,
cheEse and deli meats –
plus heat-and-eat meals.
They also do catering.
Clancy’s in Dunsborough.
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