Posts Tagged with: Coffee Perth

Best Long Black Coffee in Perth

Posted in - Coffee & Featured & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes & western australia on September 27th 2016 2 Comments Long-Black-Gordon-Street

Earlier this year I switched to drinking long black coffee. This style of coffee is an espresso poured on top of the water, filling a cup. Yes, it’s long and it’s black. I love it.

Enjoying a strong bodied long black in cafes can be a hit and miss around Perth. Milk tends to be helpful at masking …

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Pixel Coffee, Leederville

Posted in - Cake & Coffee & Dog Friendly on September 2nd 2016 3 Comments Persian-Cake

I really need to visit Leederville more often because it seems this neighborhood is alive with activity and plenty of cafe choices to sit and enjoy a coffee.

Located near the Italian deli Re-Store  is a quaint little cafe called Pixel Coffee. It’s a popular haunt for locals and those that see the lovely looking photos …

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Early Morning Cafes around Perth

Posted in - Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes on May 15th 2016 2 Comments Long-Black-Coffee-Propeller

Rise and shine, sharing with you a few cafes for the morning cup of wake me up and make this day awesome!

Know of any cafes open early? Please leave a comment on this post and I’ll add it to the list!

– 6:00 am –

Daisies Cottesloe

305 Marmion Street, Cottesloe

Lawley’s Bakery and Cafe, Shenton Park

http://lawleys.com.au/

Ootong and …

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Coffee and Cake by the sea, City Beach

Posted in - Breakfast & Cake & Champagne Breakfast & Coffee & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on March 18th 2016 0 Comments Frangipani-tart

Located on the City Beach foreshore, Odyssea beach café is a scenic spot for an espresso. Monday mid-morning, the unexpected small queue isn’t an issue as there’s a two seat bar table on the alfresco decking area available, and with only the two of us we’re in luck today!

On the way to the table we notice …

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Breakfast at The Shipping Lane, North Fremante

Posted in - Breakfast & Brunch & Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Dog Friendly & Perth Cafes on March 13th 2016 0 Comments Shipping-lane-baked-beans-breakfast

I feel a good majority of my posts on this blog mention the words– ‘today was a beautiful sunny warm day of clear blue skies.’ Anyone not living in Perth might find this difficult to believe. Aside from my fascination with the weather, Perth truly is the sunny state and today was much the same, …

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Smashing breakfast at Asado Bar

Posted in - Breakfast & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on March 3rd 2016 0 Comments cofee-asado-claremont

From the picket fence, Asado Bar brings an air of casual coolness to Claremont’s Quentin Avenue. The modern restaurant features a number of different spaces from wicker chairs with sinking cushions to high bar seat tables. Light urban industrial and warm wooded tones. If you like a place with emphasis on interior design, this is …

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Cheap breakfast in Cottesloe

Posted in - Brunch & Coffee & Food and Drink Perth on February 18th 2016 0 Comments Breakfast-special

C Blu restaurant, part of Ocean Beach Hotel (or as most know it ‘the OBH’) runs a $10.00 breakfast special all day long, and located across the road from the beach is superb for extending a morning in Perth’s beach neighbourhood of Cottesloe.

In my early 20’s the OBH was a place for a sneaky drink …

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CocoWhip at Nature’s Harvest

Posted in - Cake & Chocolate & Coffee & Icecream & Perth Cafes on January 21st 2016 0 Comments Coco-Whip

On the way to the beach one weekend we stopped by Nature’s Harvest for a coffee, and to try CocoWhip. Napoleon Street, situated across from Cottesloe train station has a few good spots for coffee and Nature’s Harvest would have to be one of them.

There are a couple of options on the menu for the coconut …

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Swanbourne Beach to North Fremantle Cycle + Coffee

Posted in - Breakfast & Brunch & Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Cycle Perth & Dog Friendly & Food and Drink Perth & Perth Cafes on December 5th 2015 0 Comments Bircher-museli

Setting out on a morning city cycle we were semi confident we would miss the storm predicted for later in the day,  consequently the much loved Perth Christmas Pageant was cancelled. Ever since the great storm of 2010, storms are taken seriously, but only really occur 50% of the forecasted time. So the weather was pretty good …

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