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JACKSON’S Restaurant at 483 Beaufort Street, Highgate, offers a set menu lunch on Fridays at $20 for a two-course meal or $30 for a three-course meal.

The restaurant opened in September last year with an emphasis on modern Australian cuisine.

Menu highlights include crispy duck leg, spiced pear and wilted greens, pheasant with lime, pickle, potato and pumpkin, and pan-fried duck breast with a pancake-wrapped duck leg in hoi sin sauce.

Hot and cold puddings are all $9. Variations include apple and pear with date ice cream and raspberry souffle with a chocolate and Cointreau sauce.



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CAFÉ Toulouse on Avion Way, Claremont, is said to offer some of Perth’s finest French cuisine.

Manager Michel Frichot said popular dishes included bouilabaisse a la Parisienne, (seafood stew with a rich and lightly spicy tomato sauce served with toast) and cassoulet, which is traditionally from Toulouse. This dish consists of beans, pork, lamb, beef, duck, garlic and tomato oven-baked and served with fresh bread.

Mr Frichot said cotellettes d’agneau was another favourite with regular diners. This dish features French lamb cutlets crumbed with herbs, pan-fried and served with potatoes, jullienne of gherkin and truffle sauce.

He said classic French desserts such as crepe suzettes and mousse au chocolat continued to be best sellers.

Café Toulouse also offers lunch items. Baguettes, pain de campagnes and croissants are available with gourmet fillings such as smoked salmon, red onion, capers and camembert.

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XANADU Wines are holding a special event on September 27 at Mead’s Restaurant in Mosman Bay.

Attendees will dine on a four-course meal accompanied by Xanadu wines.

There will be live music and giveaways. Tickets are $100 per person and the evening will commence at 7pm.

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THE MUSICANTI is back by popular demand at La Bella Vasto Restaurant in West Perth.

On September 6 from 7pm, diners will enjoy fine cuisine while listening to classic Italian and international melodies.

Internationally renowned tenor Guiseppe Bertinazzo will perform, accompanied by Salvatore Gagliardi, Trish Pritchard, Angelo Bona and piano accordionist John Gianetti.

Advanced group bookings (tables of 10) will receive a complimentary bottle of Chandon Cuvee Riche.

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MOORINGS Café on the Barrack Street Jetty has a “light and substantial” menu from 10am ‘till late.

Features include lemon peppered rare tuna salad, char-grilled emu burgers, vegetarian falafel burgers, tappas (warm sweet potato dip, baba ghanoush and hommus served with Turkish bread) and Morrings Seafood Basket with scallops, calamari, prawns and fish fillets.

The “main event” menu features include chicken breast and King Island brie, Tasmanian salmon fillet wrapped in speck and placed upon Japanese pumpkin, oven roasted field mushrooms topped with Tilba vintage cheddar and parmesan cheese, and Amelia Park lamb pot-roast.

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THE ROYAL India offers one of the most varied Indian menus in Perth.

Soup varieties on offer include samber (based on fresh tomatoes and lentils) and mulligatawney (a mildly spiced, creamy chicken-based soup).

Entrées include onion bahjis, prawn malai (sauteed with cashew nuts, coconut and cream), seekh kebab, tandoori chicken and vegetable pakoras.

Other menu highlights include palak gosht (spinach cooked with lamb and spices), beef nawabi (mild beef curry cooked with almonds and yoghurt), and chicken jai frazi (boneless chicken sauteed with onions, ginger, tomatoes, garlic and herbs).

The Royal India also has a wide range of pork and vegetarian dishes.

Bread variations are plentiful and include kashmiri naan (naan stuffed with nuts and sultanas), keema naan (naan stuffed with minced mutton), bherwa kulcha (naan stuffed with onions, potato, green chillies and coriander leaves) and puri (deep-fried wholemeal bread).

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