Domain on Loch

8 Comments Leanne Pearce

This morning we took my little car to the garage for its major service and luckily for us there was a cafe around the corner for a much needed breakfast and coffee retreat, to distract my thoughts of the car service cost.

Domain on Loch sits on a corner street in neighbourhood surroundings, the cafe is housed in a restored character home typical to the Claremont area. I was initially drawn to the cafe simply by the appearance of the chairs located outside, they resembled a high heeled shoe which I thought was pretty cool.

Claremont has quite a few cafes nestled in its neighbourhood streets and I am finding them to be a quiet haven from the bustling city cafes. Domain on Loch is also a catering business providing platters, buffets, finger foods and organised function menus.
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Inside the cafe there was a little ‘beach shack’ looking space separated from the front counter area. One wall was adorned in recipes and food photos and the odd article from old magazines, quite possibly Women’s Day Magazines – an iconic Australian Magazine that most Australian ladies would be familiar with.

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Immediately upon taking our seats in a private corner of the cafe the lady took our coffee orders simultaneously and we were given the winter breakfast menu. Winter is my favourite season of the year and the reason I would not trade a frosty cold day in Perth over a warm summertime day is purely for the fact of food. I enjoy tucking into those rich warm hearty meals with thick sauces – burgundy beef, goulash, pasta, pumpkin soup.


Domain Coffee
Domain on Loch use Karvan 100% Arabica beans in their brewed coffee and they also have an industrial coffee machine which you can admire when paying the bill. My first time trying the Karvan coffee blend and sipping on the cappuccino I noticed a slightly pleasant nutty taste and it was a fairly strong coffee despite the presence of milk.

Trio of free range eggs ($14.00)



I went with a simple breakfast of scrambled eggs on toast and my chosen dish was served with a nice tomato base sauce and whipped butter.

Oven Baked Chorizo ($19.00)

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Dk’s dish was a clear winner of choice for a winter dish and fresh from the oven it was a baked pot of chorizo sausage, beans, spinach and tomato sauce. The top had a layer of melted parmesan and cheddar cheese. The chorizo sausage was sliced and not diced, it was good to see a good portion of sausage in the dish.

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Coffee serenity

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The cafe is located a short driving distance from Stirling Highway, the showgrounds and St Thomas Primary School. The nearest train station is the showgrounds station on the Fremantle line.

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More Information

Breakfast is served from 7:00am to 2.30pm 7 days a week

You can BYO with a $5.00 corkage

Outside seating perfect for the dog friends

Domain Catering

9389 9398

0419 966 924

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Posted in - Breakfast & Coffee & Perth Cafes on July 6th 2013

As of now (8) people have had something to say...

  • Kristy @ Queen of Bad Timing - Reply

    July 9, 2013 at 3:08 am

    Looks delicious! It’s always so great to discover new cafes and this one looks like a winner 🙂

    • leanne - Reply

      July 11, 2013 at 11:20 pm

      Especially when the visit turns out worthwhile! It was a cute little cafe

  • justagirlfromaamchimumbai - Reply

    September 16, 2013 at 3:00 am

    Both my husband and I love visiting Claremont. It is such a lovely place. I heart the baked pot of Sausage, can go to Claremont just for that 🙂

    • leanne - Reply

      September 16, 2013 at 4:41 am

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  • Christina @ The Hungry Australian - Reply

    October 13, 2013 at 5:17 am

    Ooh I love chorizo and that oven baked dish of it looks fantastic. Must give it a whirl at home.

    • leanne - Reply

      November 3, 2013 at 2:03 am

      I would love to see your creation!

  • Karvan Coffee - Reply

    May 15, 2014 at 12:11 am

    Glad you enjoyed your first taste of our coffee. Have you tried it again since?

    • leanne - Reply

      May 23, 2014 at 4:15 am

      I have purchased the coffee beans from Farmers Jacks in Subiaco, we enjoy it at home now 🙂

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