Kitsch expresses itself through food
Its identity is a hot, sweet, crispy, salty and sour mix of street food, which sits at the centre of all occasions and celebrations of traditional Asian culture. A modest place to rest, the look and feel is as diverse as the flavour. There are moments where Kitsch connects with that of the humble night markets - ablaze with bare bulbs, a flurry of chit chat, open flames and the sizzle and smell of the stalls, often with low-cost seating which are sometimes rudimentary - and yet these are subtle inspirations as they are reflected by a complement of earnest comfort.
Unlike the word Kitsch by definition; home to the tasteless it is not, pretentious it will never be.
Open 5 days
Monday - Closed (Cooking Classes)
Tuesday 5 - 10.30pm
Wednesday to Saturday 5 - midnight
Sunday - Closed
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❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 229 Oxford Street, Leederville Western Australia 6007 Map
✆ Telephone: 08 9242 1229
❊ Web Links ❊
➼ Kitsch Bar
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