Tasty weekend for Perth foodies

ROKEBY Road�s Simon Johnston is wheeling some of the world�s finest cheeses from its walk-in fromagerie straight to food lovers at Taste of Perth this weekend.

Manager Jessica Warren said she was looking forward to being inspired and inspiring others about amazing artisanal products at the second annual food festival.

�Taste of Perth is a great opportunity for us to spread the word and share our passion for great food,� Warren said.

�Between singing the praises of our store and products, you will find us hovering around Allpress Espresso for our caffeine hits, and tasting our way through the menus at El Publico, Print Hall, Asado, Guillaume and Mary�s.

�Perhaps we might sneak in a cheeky treat from Maison Saint-Honore too. We�re hoping to try just about everything.�

Taste of Perth event director Simon Wilson said Taste of Perth 2015 was not to be missed.

�Perth�s best restaurants are the hardest to get into and continually receive praise, so Taste of Perth has them lined up and are ready to serve with no reservations needed,� Wilson said.

Taste of Perth will host 50 per cent more restaurants than last year, each designing three to four signature dishes in taste-size portions for visitors to enjoy.


WHAT: Meet top local chefs and like-minded foodies for a celebration of Perth�s unique and progressive fine-dining scene.

WHEN: May 15-17

WHERE: Langley Park, Perth

WEB: Tickets at www.ticketek.com.au/tasteofperth or visit www.tasteofperth.com.au