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Inex Palit | 98five blogger

Lulu La Delizia was the first restaurant we enjoyed as part of the month-long birthday celebration (tee hee!).


My hubby and I had been waiting for the osteria to open especially because we missed all of the delicious pasta dishes that Chef Valvasori did at Lalla Rookh.


The restaurant was quite small and the lace curtains on the windows made us feel homey. We were seated at the round table for two — I think it was the only round table, seeing the rest were all rectangular. There were some seats available in front of the windows which the restaurant used to seat some walk-in customers.


I ordered a serving of smoked garganelli, minced pork salsiccia, broccoli, chili, garlic, white wine. The combination of all ingredients made this dish savoury, light and fresh at the same time. Each bite had a punch of deliciousness running through my mouth.


Hubby ordered the special pasta of the day which was the gnocchi with heaps of blue swimmer crab. He really loved his dish especially because his gnocchi was soft but not overly soft. The flavour was tasty but enough that it didn’t make him sick of it by the end of the dish. Portions were exactly the right amount — not too much and not too little.



We finished off the night with a slice of beautiful tiramisu made with espresso corretto. It was so easy to eat, had a great coffee flavour and I really loved how each ingredient seemed to be really balanced. P.S. The tiramisu didn’t come with the scrabble tiles, those were mine.

More customers poured into the restaurant by the time we finished our dinner at 7.30pm. It was really good to see and we believe Lulu La Delizia will find a lot of loyal customers in no time. I love the simple menu they offered, it not only made it easier to choose but at the end of the night they also proved less is more.

ONLINE USE_Inex Palit profile photoInex is the founder of Inexology, a food blog that explores the city of Perth as well as other cities from markets, cafe hopping and casual brunch, to the gastro-art and fine dining, and founder of Pixel Closet. She’s also a freelance blogger for hire who works with various food places. One of Inex’s hobbies is to try out new food with her hubby, they love checking out the local food and museums when they’re on holidays too. Inex has a black rabbit called Butter and a cute Ragdoll cat named Melody. | Follow Inex on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

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