WHO’S WHO AT YAGAN
HISS AND SMOKE
(L-R) Jase Wong, Raymond Kwok & Ian Chin
The owners of Noodle Forum are planning on offering teppanyaki dishes inspired by the street food of Japan.
Josh Catalano & Stuart Ferguson
Their fish tacos and lobster rolls already have something of a foodie cult following.
Popular food truck setting up its first fixed tenancy offering Southern American comfort food.
PERTH GOURMET TRADER
The up-market deli will offer fine food from throughout WA and internationally, including cheese, smallgoods, and Swan Valley coffee.
TROUBLE MAKER BURGERS
The owners of Canning Vale’s Johnny’s Burgers are moving to the big smoke with their American-style burgers, ’shakes and sides.
BIG EL’S X The WKND
Yusuf Khan & Cynthia Lu
Latin American street food with a emphasis on local produce and out-of-the-box cocktails.
The owners described this as a “takeaway bruschetta bar,” ie, very fancy toast. There will be a selection of artisan breads, small-batch coffee and plenty of sweet treats.
THE SHOE BAR
Paul Higgins and Kieran Glynn
Bar and restaurant serving coffees from 6am and drinks until midnight.
HONEY I’M HOME
Will sell an award-winning range of WA honey, beeswax candles, beauty products and honey gelato.
Jimmy Soo & Steven Zhou
The owners of the hugely popular Chimek and What the Bao are going Hawaiian, offering poke bowls with a WA twist, using locally sourced fish and salads.
Picture: Daniel Wilkins.