For a yummy time in Perth

The food scene at the Western Aus­tralian cap­i­tal city has drool­ing for more

New Straits Times - - Jom! -

PERTH may have a rep­u­ta­tion as one of the most ex­pen­sive cities in Australia (af­ter Syd­ney) but the food scene in this Western Aus­tralian cap­i­tal city makes the ex­tra ex­penses all worth­while — well, al­most.

If you’re on a bud­get, set­ting aside A$50 (RM163) for food per day is more than enough.

If you’re into the cof­fee scene, you’re in luck as good cof­fee can be found al­most any­where in Australia — even in smaller cafes.

For scrump­tious and af­ford­able food, head over to the farm­ers’ mar­kets where you can sam­ple fresh pro­duce, like home­made goat cheese and or­ganic fruit salad.

The key is to go slow and savour the many del­i­ca­cies that Perth has got to offer.

EAT­ING OUT IN THE CEN­TRAL BUSINESS DIS­TRICT

The Perth city cen­tre is burst­ing at its seams with great gas­tro­nomic of­fer­ings, from trusty Aussie chains like ribs and burg­ers and quaint hip­ster cafes to spe­cialty restau­rants serv­ing Asian, Mid­dle Eastern and Con­ti­nen­tal cuisines.

If you’re look­ing for a start­ing point to begin your food ad­ven­ture in the mid­dle of the city, then Wil­liam Street is the place to be.From 140 Wil­liam Street, start your

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