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An arcade that connects St Georges Terrace to Hay Street. There are a few nice looking restaurants on the St Georges Terrace end of the arcade. The Hay street end had more shops and small takeaway places. The area was quite large so it was...More
Don't bother visiting this newsagent looking for any greeting cards - the shelves are empty, very disappointing considering all the people working and living in the area that would normally buy from there - they need to lift their game...
I walk last here regularly so thought I'd walk through today and check it out.
I walked in through Hay St entrance and was a bit underwhelmed. It's basically predominantly a food court area with a few services and ships thrown in. Nothing special.
Stumbled across a pop up Korean restaurant, had chicken and chips for lunch. Chips were surprisingly good, just the right side of crispy with some herb flavouring throughout. In the UK one does not normally associate good chips with Asian restaurants so this really was...More
Perth is well known as an expensive location and that includes eating out. We discovered the fast food restaurants in this arcade offers you the cheapest place to get lunch. For $5, you can enjoy a really great Chinese buffet as a takeaway or a...More
Cloisters Shopping Arcade is undergoing major renovations but the news agency, Lowdown coffee shop and Cloisters boutique are still open.
This arcade is really handy for crossing between Hay St and St Georges Terrace when the weather is too hot or cold.