WHO’S WHO AT YA­GAN

The Sunday Times - - NEWS -

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.

FISH BOSS

Josh Cata­lano & Stu­art Ferguson

Their fish tacos and lob­ster rolls al­ready have some­thing of a foodie cult fol­low­ing.

SOUL PROVIDER

Jean Vi­tal

Pop­u­lar food truck set­ting up its first fixed ten­ancy of­fer­ing South­ern Amer­i­can com­fort food.

PERTH GOURMET TRADER

Kirstie Kem­ble

The up-mar­ket deli will of­fer fine food from through­out WA and in­ter­na­tion­ally, in­clud­ing cheese, small­go­ods, and Swan Val­ley cof­fee.

TROU­BLE MAKER BURG­ERS

Johnny Wong

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.

HENRY LIT­TLE

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

Tris­tan Campbell

Will sell an award-win­ning range of WA honey, beeswax can­dles, beauty prod­ucts and honey gelato.

AHI POKE

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.

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