Monday, 9 September 2013


食@パース . @퍼스 . 食@珀斯

There were 2 restaurants in Perth that I liked a lot, and both were near our hotels.
Both were near the shopping streets of Hay St and Barrack St.

Mom liked the pancakes in Australia, so she brought us here for breakfast.

First customers of the day!
Grandma's Pancakes Bacon and Egg A$13.90
Mom's Eggs Benedict A$15.50
My Strawberry Volcano A$6.90
Rare treat to have ice cream in the morning!
     Address:    Shop 66/67 level 1 Carillon City, Hay St Mall End, Perth 6000
     Tel:           (+61 8) 9322 6177
     Directions: Retail level 3 at Carillon City (near Priceline & the ABC Shop), up the
                      escalators between Cue and Saba just off Hay St Mall.
     Opening Hours:  9-4pm (up to 9pm every Fri)

Mom said this is a famous and popular restaurant in Australia, so queue we must!

Long queue at dinner time

For kids - a colouring set, stickers, and a view master for the menu 
Kids Menu on the reel!
Too bad the view master was collected back immediately after we ordered

Less crowd after 2pm

Some bread and biscuits to start
Kids Meal $9.50 - didn't like the salad
Baked Mushrooms $15.50
Posh Chips (truffle oil and parmesan) $7.50
Vongole Tagliolini $15.50 - very delicious
Tiramisu for desert
A satisfied customer

     Address:    140 William Street, Perth CBD, The Mitchell Building, Perth, WA
     Tel:           (+61 8) 9363 8600
     Opening Hours:  Monday - Sunday, 11:00am - 10:30pm

Mom's Notes
  • It was a lovely change to have pancakes for breakfast, instead of the usual fare that hotels serve at breakfast. Maybe it's just us, but we had to ask around for directions to find Pancakes @ Carillon
  • Friends always recommend that I try Jamie's Italian when in Australia, and while we are no gourmands, we were not disappointed. It is possible to do a walk-in during off-peaks (lunch and dinner times are super crowded with a waiting time of 1-1.5 hours to get a table), so we did not have to queue when we popped in for a late lunch at about 2pm. Order the smaller portions to try a variety of dishes. The highlight for kids is the view master menu, and even I found it fun!

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