TO coincide with this week’s Northbridge Festival – which ends on Sunday – here is a guide to a handful of the area’s dining establishments that reflect the area’s cultural diversity.
Milk and Honey (James Street)
This chic café has the stylish ambience of a fashionable inner-city coffeehouse.
What sets it apart is its well-priced fresh and clean flavoured food which is on par with some of our city’s most favoured daytime haunts.
Good Fortune Roast Duck House (William Street)
This modest eating house will satisfy those craving that authentic Chinese dining experience.
Don’t be intimated by the succulent, glazed ducks hanging in the window, as its Peking duck pancakes are without a doubt the best in Perth.
Romany (Lake Street)
This long-time establishment is regarded as a Northbridge culinary institution.
Despite a move from its original William Street location, it has continued to thrive with its offering of traditional Italian comfort food combined with yesteryear-like service.
The Moon (William Street)
Perth punters don’t have many opportunities to enjoy a decent meal late into the night, which makes The Moon so loved by so many.
The trademark laidback vibe and quirky vintage-inspired décor only add to its appeal.