Hans Cafe proves to be one of the more popular choices for an authentic cheap Asian meal. The decor may not be considered sophisticated, but Hans' ... More
Hans Cafe proves to be one of the more popular choices for an authentic cheap Asian meal. The decor may not be considered sophisticated, but Hans' food ensures a visit more than worthwhile. An extensive range of dishes is available - choose from noodles, rice, porridges, chicken, pork, duck, mussels, fish, lamb, frogs or prawns. Sample dishes include Frogs Legs, Singapore Noodles, Red Beef Curry Rice, Japanese noodle and spring rolls. The banquet costs around AUD19 at max.
Established in 1928 by fishmongers GP Kailis, this market is a local institution inducted into the Western Australian Tourism Hall
of Fame. Always a hub of activity, Kailis' offer a takeaway or eat in menu, a bar, dessert bar ...
Sunday sessions here feature live music upstairs and DJs downstairs. Alternatively weekdays offer a more peaceful atmosphere. Originally built in
1889, this rennovated riverfront home attracts a dynamic crowd. The fully licensed brasserie offers an eclectic evening menu. Dishes ...
Take a break from your artistic wanderings and relax with a cultured luncheon. Popular local chef, Cath Kerry, brings a
touch of French sophistication. This glass walled cafe in a bright corner of the Art Gallery Of South Australia ...