Revisiting Little Willys we are happy to say this popular cafe still has the happiest cafe staff in Perth. We sat outside enjoying the Sunday morning sun and felt pretty content to have scored a table minus the wait.
Northbridge attracts an interesting crowd of people from backpackers to Dim Sum lovers, as we were driving in we noticed lines of people at the various Dim Sum eateries (New Moon, Northbridge Chinese and Dragon Palace are now on my list having seen the dedicated people!!!!!)
When the love heart coffees came it instantly perked us up 🙂
Cappuccino and Long Mac
Lunch burrito with salad $13.50
There were two lunch burritos to choose from and I went with the pumpkin, feta, spinach, cheddar, pine nuts and corn salsa one. It was absolutely delicious and the burrito was perfectly toasted, definitely a dish I would order again. The salad was on the small side, as you can see in the photo above, the cucumber and tomatoes were finely chopped into tiny portions however I loved that the sprouts were incorporated into the salad.
Eggs on Toast $11.50 with mushroom and avocado extras ($4.00 each)
The poached eggs on toast was refreshingly delicious and the addition order of mushrooms and avocado made the dish more substantial however the portion of avocados for $4.00 seemed on the small side. The total dish cost was $19.50 which is equivalent to some ‘big breakfast meals’ around town.
View our first visit to Little Willys here.
No Eftpos, cash only
Parking is a pain and you have to pay. Street parking is limited and William Street is one way so you have to do a big loop if you cannot find any parking on the street, trust me it can change your mood instantly when you have to do the loop! We parked on Francis Street in the underground State Library Car park. Alternatively the Perth train station is a 5 minute walk.
267 William Street, Northbridge