The Most Important Meal Of The Day: Brilliant Breakfasts in Subiaco
Is there anything better than starting off the day with a really good brekky? When you’re living a busy modern lifestyle, the first meal of the day is often the first thing that gets sacrificed. That’s why we’re big fans of, whenever possible, finding some time to slow down and really enjoy a great breakfast. If you’re looking to do the same, make sure you check out the following list of brilliant breakfast spots in Subi.
If you’re looking to splash out and enjoy a decadent morning meal, 1982’s all day menu features treats like a Morning Burger of fried egg with pulled pork, bacon and avocado, Buttermilk Hotcakes served with Pistachio fairy floss, strawberry and banana custard or opt for something a little more traditional with their Beef Brisket Benedict. They also have a selection of left-of-centre dishes with an Asian twist such as Kimchi Fried Rice with Pork Katsu or Cheesy Omelette & Black Sesame.
Architect and Heroes is an intimate and vibrant café in Subi centre. Located on good old Rokeby, this authentically designed space offers a contemporary outlook, great coffee and mouth-watering bits.Their desserts are the sort that haunt your sweet tooth! The weather is getting warmer (sorta). Either way, we cannot get enough of this café’s delicious Bircher goodness, featuring chia seeds, fruit,mix seeds, nuts and yoghurt. We add Architects and Heroes to our list for ambience and a 10/10 menu!
We add Boucla to our list for its ample charm and booming character. This Mediterranean inspired cafe serves coffee, breakfast, lunch and house-baked cakes amid stellar artwork and unique tapestries. Boucla opened its doors nearly 20 years ago, by a family with a Greek heritage. This was the premise of the Mediterranean and Greek themed menu. The current owner, Nikki Grey continues the tradition, expanding on the menu and pays homage to the culture of the original owners! Find these guys at the top end of Rokeby Road in Subiaco.
Whether it’s morning staples like fruit and nut toast, oat porridge, a mushroom omelette and bircher muesli or something more adventurous like their “Hot Gonzales” (poached eggs, spicy chorizo, corn cakes, avocado and tomato salsa on ciabatta toast), The Lion & Jaguar’s all day menu has something to please everyone in search of a satisfying, freshly made breakfast. Coffee from local roasters Darkstar ensures that you’re also able to get a good morning caffeine buzz on as well.
Need a great breakfast and coffee on the go? Yelo’s cabinet full of takeaway-friendly goodies is an exercise in wholesome tastiness that is free from excessive sugar, chemicals, additives and other overly processed goods. Swing by and grab a super smooth coffee, wrap, yoghurt and granola cup or smoothie (or all of the above) and be on your merry way!
Think that pubs can’t do a good breakfast? Think again! If your morning requires a touch of fancy, we’d recommend indulging in their truffled wild mushrooms (with spinach, poached eggs and goats cheese on crusty sourdough) or dark chocolate waffles with mascarpone, fresh strawberries and cinnamon ice cream. They also offer a Bloody Mary made with house infused chilli vodka and homemade celery salt that’s guaranteed to wake you up and put a spring in your step!
Lazy Sundays need to feature a good cup of coffee and an even better menu. It’s no secret that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so do it right with The Little Pantry’s well curated menu that clearly has their chef’s signatures every step of the way. We cannot get enough of their Truffle Scrambled Eggs! Served on ciabatta toast with dressed gem lettuce, pair it with a cup of coffee and you'll be all good to go. The Little Pantry also has plenty of options for those with dietary requirements. For those Sunday’s done right, add The Little Pantry to your list and we will see you there.
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