I remember in primary school having a chair bag so full, every time I stood up the chair fell backwards. The beginning of term was always full of opportunity. New stationary, a new school bag and da da dummmm ... a new chair bag sewn by my mama. Now I just cause chairs to fall over with my overloaded handbag. Some things never change huh. North Perth on the other hand is a changing. Angove Street has morphed into a bustling baby beaufort, oh so full of goodies. Whilst I was sad to see The Pantry Door close it's um ... door ... I am really impressed by this little bar nestled around the corner on Charles Street.
It took me SO long to visit The Classroom. A glutton for comfort it always takes me forever to delve into the unknown. Maybe I like to wait for loads of people to tell me it is so good that I have to go. It was the perfect place to take my long lost friend Claire who has been hiding on the east coast for far too long.
There is just so much to absorb at The Classroom. Every little detail points to primary school. Very clever! Top of the class to it's Head Masters Adam Keane and Daniel Sterpini ... it's your best project yet.
I wish we had arrived a little more ravenous. The chips gave off the right amount of crunch with a little nod to Mexico adding some heat. Having a chipotle aioli was definitely a refreshing alternative. But gosh .... balsamic pearls! I would love to walk around with a handful of this little guys in my pocket.
Next visit: cocktail gastronomy graduation.
Hand-cut chips, sumac dusting & chipotle aioli Serrano jamon, fresh nectarines, in-house ricotta & balsamic pearls