18 April, 2006

Chilli Mussels, Part 1

As you would have already figure out, I was studying in Perth - for 2 years to be exact. And in Perth, you trip will not be complete if you do not indulge in Chilli Mussels. For students living in Nedlands near UWA, there is always the nearby Tiamo for a decent bowl of chilli mussels. Head down to Northbridge, the Chinatown of Perth, and there's always "Young Joes" or the restaurant across the road that claims they are the "Best in the West" for chilli mussels. For students staying near Curtin University, there's always Conca's Chilli Mussels along Albany Highway, that most students claim it is the best among the lot (Although the price is the best too). However today I will be showcasing Blue Mussel at Subiaco. To be honest, the mussels there is not the best I have eaten, but the décor and atmospheric environment is definitely one of the best. However for an Asian who usually prefers their chilli mussels to be spicy, you MUST definitely make a point to tell them that you can take it “VERY VERY VERY SPICY”. I had mine just “VERY SPICY” and it was probably mild to most of us.


Food: 3.5/5
Service: 3.5/5
Ambience: 4/5
Price: 3.5/5
Total: 13.5/20
50 Subiaco Square,
Subiaco, Perth UWA
(Next to Subiaco Train Station)

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