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Theo and Co: Pizzas and skulls for no reason

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Theo and Co: Pizzas and skulls for no reason

Madam Rabbit, the Amazonian, the Walking Inheritance and I visit Theo and Co Pizzeria in East South Park (aka. Vic Park) before heading to see Wicked at Crown.  How was it?  Well it was pizza, so it was awesome, but for pizza, it was just ok. 

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Romany: Somany reasons not to return

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Romany: Somany reasons not to return

I know nothing about Rugby, but Madam Rabbit and I had been convinced to accompany Ms. Grey (a Nu Zulander) to watch the World Cup Final at the Sports Bar in Northbridge.  

We decided to try out somewhere new for dinner on the way, and for some reason ended up at Romany, on the corner of Aberdeen and Lake Streets.  Was it good?  No, it wasn't. 

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La Cholita: Where I Wanna Meet Ya

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La Cholita: Where I Wanna Meet Ya

This review follows two separate visits to La Cholita about a month apart.  Both visits were similarly good and so we've combined them into the one write up.  Our two visits included Mr Blue, Madam Rabbit and Ms Foodie.  A relaxed Mexican adventure (kind of like the Goonies, I guess, but with more siestas?) ensued. 

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Pinchos: Pinch Me

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Pinchos: Pinch Me

For our second Perth Food Underground dinner a group of six (Mr Blue, Madam Rabbit, the Irish Hawk, Red Jocks, the Gingham Surprise and the Architect's Daughter) visited Pinchos, a small Spanish tapas joint in Leederville. 

I understand that Pinchos used to be some kind of fancy hotdog venue, serving up sausages slightly more dressed up than the Bunning's Special. Now, however, it's something much warmer, much classier, much more worth a visit. 

Read on to find out why. 

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Shadow Wine Bar: The Incident Report

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Shadow Wine Bar: The Incident Report

To celebrate my birthday, Mr and Ms Foodie, Madam Rabbit and the Pretty Shit Farmer accompanied me to the Shadow Wine Bar, a fancy'ish restaurant that is attached to the new boutique Hotel Alex on William Street, Northbridge. 

We left having been adequately fed and watered, and with one of us wearing more red wine than she drank. It was an ok night, all things considered. 

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The Old Crow: [Jon Snow joke goes here]

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The Old Crow: [Jon Snow joke goes here]

A dinner for 5 at one of Northbridge's flagships, the Old Crow, on Newcastle Street (just a few houses down from another Northbridge favourite, the Tuck Shop). For this visit we had three newcomers to Perth Food Blog, being The Double Pork Belly and Preggers McGee (a couple) and the Pretty Shit Farmer (a sexy third wheel). 

How did the Old Crow do?  Let's find out.. 

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The Cabin: Arguably Ron Swanson's Favourite Small Bar

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The Cabin: Arguably Ron Swanson's Favourite Small Bar

For the very first Perth Food Underground dinner, a mix of our regulars (that did not know each other previously - which is kind of the point of the PFU Project) hit up the Paddington Ale House for a pre-dinner drink and then the Cabin for an evening of getting-to-know-you food.  

The Cabin smashed it - and was able to impress us almost as much as 'the Paddo' didn't. 

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Lot 20: Needed lots lots more..

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Lot 20: Needed lots lots more..

Dinner for two with Madam Rabbit and Mr Blue at Lot 20, one of the kale-serving-topknot-wearing-hyper-hipster small bars that have sprung up in Northbridge of late. 

How did it go?  It didn't quite reach bad, but it wasn't far off.  Read why...

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