Finishing our 3 day ride along the Munda Biddi trail and 71km behind us, we were talking about a nice big meal and barista made coffee when we rolled into Donnelly River Village. After we unpacked the bikes and trailers we made our way to the nearby town of Bridgetown, wandering along the main strip …Read more »
Well, 220,000 kms and 10 years later, we upgraded our car and to say the least, it has been a well deserved purchase and I’m super happy. I have a tendency for holding onto things :). 10 years sure does equal a whole heap of electronic advancements in automotion. There is a button for almost everything and seat heaters are …Read more »
Located on Napoleon Street and in the heart of Cottesloe’s shopping area is Nature’s Harvest, a combined café and health product store.
Nature’s Harvest offer fair trade coffee, a good variety of raw desserts, salads, warm bean bowels and juices. Most items are gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, raw, paleo, oil free (first time I have seen …Read more »
This wintery evening we stopped in at Tommy Sugo, a pop up store located at Stimulatte Café in Subiaco. Pop up, meaning the coffee centric café transforms into a pasta serving eatery in the evenings from 5pm. It’s a cool concept and the name is somewhat catchy too. Fresh pasta and great ingredients combined with an Italian …Read more »
Discovering a new place or keen to dive into new foods in Perth, is really easy these days, jump onto the very social, Instagram and instigate a search on Perth. I promise you, you’ll find a trove of options. I was spending the day in the city for work and had been on the lookout for …Read more »
Beginning a morning at the beach is a must do in Perth, and anywhere along the coast will do. This Good Friday holiday we headed to Leighton beach for an early (for a public holiday anyhow) morning breakfast at Bib & Tucker. Most places tend to close on Good Friday, however, this year there were plenty open …Read more »
Every so often, Dad and I meet over a cup of coffee. I love taking him to new places and he’s always keen to step out of the zone of familiarity and comfort which is great. Today it was Bread in Common, a cafe and bakery on Pakenham Street in Fremantle.
Bread in Common, with …Read more »
Wandering through the promenade at Claremont Quarter, we were lured into Lucioli Bar by the sweet display of Italian pastries and cakes. I can be easily distracted in the pursuit of delicious food, especially cakes. The Italian bar and restaurant is a nice addition to Claremont and apart from coffee and food, diners can enjoy …Read more »
Located on William Street, a short distance from the Newcastle Street intersection is a small takeaway Asian bakery. On a Saturday morning the smell of freshly baked warm buns and soft Pandan cakes is an excuse to stop by. Also, the first destination on the Red Hot Spatula Asian foodie walkabout tour (post to …Read more »
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 …Read more »