Three stop dining tour of Como

Blog 3 November 2020
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As part of the City's Buy Local, Shop Local campaign, we're showcasing businesses that make the City of South Perth a unique place to live, work and visit. 

Como is home to an exciting mix of restaurants, bars and eateries boasting cuisines from across the globe. Since it's impossible to choose just one, we've come up with a suggestion for a three stop dining experience for a guaranteed great night out. 

Start your evening looking out over Como with a cold drink in hand and antipasto board at The Karalee on Preston.  When the sun has disappeared, wander across the road to Nasi Lemak Korner for fresh and tasty Malaysian street food. Perfect for sharing, you can’t go past their tender beef rendang or signature nasi lemak with house made sambal sauce and fluffy coconut rice. 

A short stroll down to Melville Parade will bring you to the newly opened Pizzeria Tiramisu for – you guessed it – tiramisu. They’ve got four varieties to choose from: traditional, rum, baileys or seasonal fruit. If tiramisu is not your thing, you could always finish the evening the traditional way with an espresso or affogato.  

For more local City of South Perth businesses, visit our Buy Local, Shop Local directory.
Images: The Karalee on Preston, Nasi Lemak Korner, Pizzeria Tiramisu. 

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