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The Feed | The Perth Food News You Need To Know

By Anna Franklyn
25th Sep 2020

With so much Perth food news going down it's easy to miss a thing or two, but luckily we've got you covered.

From up-close-and-personal dinners to New York-style bottomless brunches, here's all the Perth food news you missed this week.

  • The talented team at Tiny's is launching their new dining experience At The Pass tonight. With only two seats available, there will be two sittings each night so you can get up close and personal with the chefs as they work their magic in the kitchen. You'll have the opportunity to chat to Chef Josh Gray who is the mastermind behind the seven-course menu you'll be treated to, along with a cocktail on arrival, bubbles and wine to match your meal. Check out a sample menu and book here.
  • Make your way to Market Grounds for a long table dinner celebrating the best of the west. The crew here have teamed up with a bunch of their favourite WA producers as well as Vasse Felix so you can expect ingredients like Mottainai Lamb, Harvest Road Akoya, Donnybrook Marron, West Coast octopus, Albany sardines. Going down on 15 October, you'll want to book here.
  • Ever wanted to know how to cook the braised lamb shoulder pasta from Santini? Well, now you can. Join Executive Chef Nic Wood and learn his tricks of the trade at the WAGFG Cooking School. You'll whip up an entree, pasta and main, all before tucking into Santini's famous tiramisu. Get your tickets here
  • There's some debate as to whether this is food or music news, but we thought you'd be interested to know that The Civic Hotel is undergoing a bit of a revamp with the addition of Milk Bar, a band room which is set to host some of WA's top talent. The soft opening is set to take place next Friday 2 October with Sly Withers taking the stage so go down, grab a drink and check it out.
  • Industry peeps, get ready for the biggest party of the year, Barchella. Happening across Magnet House, Aplifier and The Edison on Monday 5 October, Barchella is going to be one crazy night. Think five stages, five genres and 35 live DJs across the venues with The Court and Perth's Rainbow community transforming Amplifier into Camplifier, while Habitat will be taking over The Edison. Get your tickets here
  • The beautiful Songbird at The Ritz-Carlton has announced they'll be kicking off a bottomless Sunday brunch from Sunday 4 October and we are pumped. Sit back and relax with three-hours of unlimited Veuve Cliquot as you take in the views of our beautiful Swan River. The menu has been designed by none other than Jed Gerrard himself and, as always, the produce is all local and all amazing. Live seafood and BBQ stations will be set up so you can enjoy a show, and there will traditional live entertainment too.
  • In case you missed it, WA Good Food Guide launched their Spring ABCs dining series—a celebration of local WA produce, talent and venues. It kicked off last week, but there are still plenty more events for you to get to at the likes of Uma at Pan Pacific Perth, Fleur at The Royal, Young George, Bib & Tucker and Millbrook Winery. 
  • Gordon Street Garage is launching a new monthly wine dinner which will go down on the last Friday night of each month, beginning tonight, Friday 25 September with Stormflower Winery. Think four shared courses, five paired wines and tunes from local DJs and you're on the right track. Get your tickets here.
  • The Wineslinger Awards just announced Australia's top 50 wine venues and eight of them are in WA; go us. To show your support, jump on and vote in the People's Choice awards so we can see one of our locals bring home the gold. The best part? They'll donate $1 to Tip Jar for every person that votes.
  • The guys at Funk Cider and Old Young's Distillery have teamed up to bring us the drink we didn't know we needed; the gin cider. A blend of classic London style gin and Funk's craft apple cider, this combo just works. Get it here.
  • Keep Friday 16 October free for Island Dynasty; an out-of-this-world five-course Pan-Asian dinner from the legends at Island Market. While they usually specialise in Mediterranean flavours, Island Dynasty will see Island Market's  Culinary Director, David Coomer bring his passion for Asian eats to life. The menu is truly something else, so get your tickets stat
  • Family-owned Passel Estate in Margaret River is big on conservation, so they have announced the launch of a series of wine experiences where a portion the ticket sales will be put right back into their conservation efforts. Explore their bushland with a side of wine, take in the sunset over three wines and paired bites, or go for the chocolate and wine pairing. Check them all out, and book, here.
  • Entwined in the Valley is back this year so put 9-11 October in your diary now. Make your own nougat, indulge in a sparkling brunch, try your hand at making cider or taste test some bush tucker, sweet treats and native teas with Dale Tilbrook at Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery. Book your tickets here.
  • If you haven't yet visited The Tiller Farm in Yallingup, now's your chance. They're teaming up with Domaine Naturaliste to bring you a night of food and wine that you'll never forget. Going down on 24 October, you'll get five amazing courses, each paired with wine, as the sun goes down and the campfire warms up. Book your spot here.
  • Beer lovers listen up. Little Creatures is launching a new limited release range named Little Brews. The brew will change each month and first on the bill is Engineer's NEIPA—a New England IPA made with wheat and rolled oats and spliced with the likes of Cascade, Citra, Galaxy, Mosaic and Azacca. It will be on tap at Little Creatures all month, you know what to do.
  • Another one for the beer lovers, or maybe it's more for the whisky fans, but either way, we're pumped about this next collab. Limeburners is joining forces with Pirate Life again to bring us their second Limeburners + Pirate Life Whisky Barrel Aged Stout. Get yours here.

Still hungry for more? Visit our food and drink section for all the latest news. 

Image credit: Emma Bryant

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