John Street Cafe, Cottesloe
John Street Cafe sits away from the main strip of Cottesloe Beach nestled between stylish residency homes in the leafy green seaside suburb of Cottesloe.
There is always a few super hot days during December and the weather has well and truly arrived. Day 3 of close to 40 degrees we head out for some breakfast just before noon. I can say that it was rather peaceful and breezy sitting outside under the Norfolk trees.
The bright blue exterior makes the cafe easy to spot and it also makes me want to go for a swim!
Lucky for us breakfast is served all day long and so I ordered the Hotcakes from the specials menu and DD ordered the Eggs Benedict.
The homemade hotcakes were served with cubed mangoes, drizzling of maple syrup, a dollop of smooth Ricotta and finished with a light sprinkling of powdered sugar and mint garnish. I absolutely love Ricotta cheese incorporated into sweet dishes, it adds a more depth in the flavour than whipped cream.
The eggs benedict was served with two poached eggs, bacon on toast and a generous amount of hollandise sauce. The eggs were perfectly poached and when sliced they were nice and gooey.
The total bill for the two of us was $49.50, which is typical of Perth prices and the service, atmosphere and food will definitely entice us for a return visit soon.
Eggs Benedict ($15.50)
Hotcakes with whipped ricotta, mango and maple syrup ($15.50)
Long Mac ($4.20)
The gracious and rather tall Norfolk Trees, a trademark around the town of Cottesloe
40 degrees and the sun’s rays penetrate the trees, it is hot!
Street parking is available and on the weekends when if you find a spot you are definitely a lucky person. The cafe is very popular for breakfast entailing a line on some occasions. The cafe is within easy walking distance from Cottesloe Beach. It is table service at John Street Cafe and Eftpos is available. If breakfast is not what you are after, lunch is served from 12.00 pm.
Walking Distance from Cottesloe Beach
37 John Street, Cottesloe