Sam­ple Simon John­ston cheese

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Food - ROSANNA CANDLER

ROKEBY Road’s Simon John­ston is wheel­ing some of the world’s finest cheeses from its walk-in fro­magerie straight to food lovers at Taste of Perth next month.

Manager Jes­sica War­ren said she was look­ing for­ward to be­ing in­spired and inspiring oth­ers about amaz­ing ar­ti­sanal prod­ucts at the sec­ond an­nual food fes­ti­val.

“Taste of Perth is a great op­por­tu­nity for us to spread the word and share our pas­sion for great food,” War­ren said.

“Be­tween singing the praises of our store and prod­ucts, you will find us hov­er­ing around Allpress Espresso for our caf­feine hits, and tast­ing our way through the menus at El Publico, Print Hall, Asado, Guil­laume and Mary’s.

“Per­haps we might sneak in a cheeky treat from Mai­son Sain­tHonore too. We’re hop­ing to try just about ev­ery­thing.”

Taste of Perth event direc­tor Simon Wil­son said Taste of Perth 2015 was not to be missed.

“Perth’s best restau­rants are the hard­est to get into and con­tin­u­ally re­ceive praise, so Taste of Perth has them lined up and are ready to serve with no reser­va­tions needed,” Wil­son said.

Taste of Perth will host 50 per cent more restau­rants than last year, each designing three to four sig­na­ture dishes in taste-size por­tions for vis­i­tors to en­joy. The fes­ti­val in­cludes hands-on classes.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie d436777

Simon John­ston manager Jes­sica War­ren with some Swiss gruyere vieux.

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