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Located within The Paddo, Kimberley’s Restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and offers a warming and intimate atmosphere, featuring an open fire place, candle lighting and unique Aboriginal artwork. The restaurant opens out to a courtyard complete with water feature, offering a feeling of tranquility. Kimberley’s Restaurant can cater for intimate candlelight dinners for two to larger group bookings or functions. There are a range of set menus and gourmet canapés to cater for these larger group bookings and functions. Visit for more info.


Food Style: Modern Australian Signature Dish: Homemade basil and three cheese tortellini What To Expect: A fresh summery dish perfect for either a business lunch or a light evening dinner, Springs Tavern’s three cheese tortellini is delicious. Tastes great alongside a nice glass of Sauvignon Blanc. This traditionally homemade pasta has a perfect natural texture and aroma, hailing from chef Chris Bottega’s Italian roots.

The Left Bank


With Fremantle’s most stunning riverside views, The Left Bank Bar, Café and Restaurant offers delicious daily specials to suit anyone’s taste buds. Those with a big appetite can head to The Left Bank on Wednesdays to taste the seafood platter for two for only $39.On Thursdays anyone looking for a cheap, mouth-watering meal can feast their sights on the delicious half price woodfired pizzas. Ladies are encouraged to embrace their inner femme fatale with ‘Chic Fridays’ providing scrumptious $10 cocktails and $25 bottles of Hubble Bubble. The award winning Left Bank Restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and on Sunday mornings for a buffet breakfast. Visit or call (08) 9319 1315 to reserve a table.


The Brass Monkey

Food Style: Contemporary Australian Signature Dish: 300g Graziers sirloin with Australian prawns and garlic cream sauce, served with chips and salad - $38.90 What to expect: A must have menu item for any contemporary Australian hotel, the Graziers sirloin at the Brass Monkey is the perfect partner for cold, draught beer. A broadly appealing dish, particularly to the male of the species, come down to The Brass Monkey Hotel and enjoy good food, great bars and a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy the Graziers sirloin on the balcony at The Brass. Location: Corner of James and William Streets, Northbridge


X-Press Magazine #1306  
X-Press Magazine #1306  

Wednesday 22nd February, 2012