Perth is blessed with so many cute and quirky cafes, especially in the area around Wolf Lane.
Take a stroll through the laneways and enjoy spots like…
Country Road Cafe
The Secret Garden Cafe
The Cheeky Sparrow
The Wolf, the Bean, the Walnut
And if you can’t make it to Wolf Lane, there’s also some nice spots in Brookefield Place.
Brookefield Place in Perth is a great spot to head near the CBD for a drink or for dinner.
There’s lots of lovely bars like La Fayette, the Print Hall and Choo Choo’s.
For a quieter sit down meal, the Trustee offers a bistro menu that includes…
….Butternut pumpkin, ricotta cheese ravioli red capsicum coulis $27
Half serve Marron with lemon risotto $38
Prawn linguini blue cheese $35
Slow braised lamb shoulder pearl barley, pancetta, cauliflower, jus $38
Beef cheek soft polenta, roasted mushrooms, jus $36
Wine starts at around $42 per bottle for house wine.
Miss Maud’s is a Perth institution and includes several pastry houses (16) and a hotel.
It’s Scandinavian origins and old world charm are evident in the decor, uniforms and menu.
Carillon City Arcade Perth Branch
All a bit of fun to try, but the flood is quite touristy and possibly more cafeteria than cafe.
Norwegian Prawnboat open sandwich
Finlandia sandwich on rye
Take-away options and a range of cakes are also available.
Kakulas Brothers, wholesalers, retailers and importers, at 183 William Street, Northbridge, should not be missed by food loving visitors to Perth.
The family is originally from the island of Kastellorizo which is 2km from the coast of Turkey and 75 km east of the Greek Island of Rhodes.
Their store reflects their origins, but also, like Perth itself, the rest of the world is not far away. Kakulas Brothers stocks products to help you create global cuisines.
Part delicatessen, part spice market, part specialty store, it’s a delight to explore.
Spices especially are cheap, fresh and plentiful.
And do make sure you go away with a coffee.