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Fine Dining at No. 4 Blake Street, North Perth

30 April 2015

My husband and I celebrate our 13 Year Wedding Anniversary this year!

To mark the occasion, I wanted to have a fine dining experience… somewhere really, really special.

I chose No. 4 Blake Street, because I had heard so many positive things about their dinner menu. Plus I sampled a few of their dishes at the Taste of Perth Food Festival last year, and really enjoyed their food.

The degustation menu is $110 per person, with additional wine matching options – $70pp for the Classic Selection, and $110pp for the Cellar Reserve Premium Selection.

Since my husband and I don’t drink alcohol (him for health reasons and me for allergy reasons) we decided to just order the degustation dinner.

I was soooo excited!

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

We arrived at 6:30pm and were the first guests to walk through the door. The decor was modern, sophisticated and elegant. There was still light outside, streaming in from the big windows, and it was just lovely to see the colours in the restaurant change.

We were told that the dinner menu is tweaked every day, depending on the seasonal produce, or from feedback from the customers, or from whatever creations the chefs decided to add to the menu that day. I loved this idea! It sounded so exciting!

(I have to note, my husband is allergic to shellfish and we requested non-seafood meals for him, hence all the photos!)

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

AMUSE BOUCHE – Slow cooked black angus tendon, red bean puree, beef jus.

Anything crumbed and fried is a winner in my books. That beef tendon melted in my mouth and was utterly gorgeous.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

HOUSE BREAD – House made sourdough, served with smoked pork fat, fennel and spinach butter and black garlic butter.

We loved the bread! And the fermented butters were just divine.

I thought the pork fat (looks like ice cream in this photo!) would be delicious too, I mean, who doesn’t love some pork crackling?! But it tasted very weird and we didn’t like it at all.

When the waiter came to gather the plates, he asked us how it was.  Although I was trying to be polite, he probably saw my apologetic expression… so I told him the truth: That it wasn’t my cup of tea and I didn’t like it. He was so gracious and kind about the feedback, telling us that the chef had previously used duck fat but it melted too quickly on the plate. It was a very interesting snippet of info which led us to talk about the solidification of fats and lipids in cooking, human digestion and fad health diets (such riveting conversation, I know).

Anyway, I really appreciated that the friendliness and professionalism of the staff.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

ENTRÉE ONE – Charcoaled smoked tail of marron from Manjimup, marron claw flesh and shell emulsion, avocado puree, grapefruit supreme, coconut water blanket.

In terms of flavour, this dish was my favourite! The flavours were just so delicate, fresh and heavenly… and it all worked together so well.

There was a kind of coconut jelly over the top which gave it a fish eye lens visual effect… it was quirky, creative, so interesting and absolutely delicious.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

ENTRÉE ONE (non seafood) – Home made chorizo salame and house soured cream, matching preserved heirloom carrots, fresh lebanese cucumbers, baby radishes, carrot puree, soft herbage.

This was my husband’s favorite dish too. He couldn’t stop exclaiming how amazing it tasted.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

ENTRÉE TWO – Rabbit bacon with rhubarb and pinenut: pickled rhubarb matches rhubarb gel spaghetti and rhubarb puree, on a bed of pinenut paint and sponge with toasted pinenut to finish.

We were so intrigued by the name of this dish that we stopped the waiter to explain what he meant by “rabbit bacon”. He told us that the rabbit meat was cured in three different ways (hence the meat was in three different colours), made into a terrine (er, a French style meat loaf?) and thinly sliced to look like bacon.

It was a pleasure to eat. The combination of textures was so interesting – the soft sponge, the crunchy pinenuts, chewy rhubarb gel, the meaty rabbit. It what a wonderful dish.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

PASTA – Italian Carnaroli rice cooked with cauliflower puree, served with cocoa dust and charred cauliflower and burnt rice crisp

I love cauliflower anything, and this was a lovely dish, full of flavour and richness. The rice crisp gave the risotto a nice variation to its texture. The cocoa dust was unexpected, but a very delightful combination.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

MAIN ONE – Sous vide Rankin cod wrapped in fermented cabbage leaves, accompanied by braised witlof with a touch of anchovy emulsion, over slow cooked lentils from de puy, garnished with black fennel frond.

I really liked the witlof, but wasn’t too crazy about the fermented cabbage. The puy lentils and cod were cooked to perfection.

MAIN ONE (non seafood)- Slow cooked beef accompanied by caramelized onion lentils, charred onion petals and beef jus.

I forgot to take a photo of my husband’s beef dish!

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

MAIN TWO – Sous vide South Hampton homestead chicken roulade accompanied by parsnip bark and parsnip puree, puffed buckwheat and buckwheat jus.

By now, I was getting a bit full. This chicken dish was tasty and the flavours were well-rounded, in a warming good-for-your-soul kind of way.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

CHEESE COURSE – House made queso fresco infused with liquorice, served with fresh figs and fig blanket over a soil of almonds and olives, matching pistachio sponge and smoked tomato gel, finished with toasted walnuts.

Wow. This was so interesting and different. All the bits and pieces sounded delicious, but unfortunately I didn’t like the “olive soil” and so I pushed everything around the plate (like a naughty 3 year old) and ate everything separately. It was presented like a beautiful artwork on my plate, which I really admired.

I don’t usually like to eat cheese after my dinner. I like to go straight to the sweet stuff.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

PALATE CLEANSER – Compressed pineapple infused with mint, matching lime sorbet and goats curd snow.

I pretty much licked this plate clean. Never met a sorbet that I didn’t like! Goat curd snow? Love the description haha!

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

DESSERT – Kefir gel served with home made banana ice cream and banana brulee, with hazelnut meringue and hazelnut soil, finished with burnt miso.

Again I almost licked this dessert plate clean. I loved the weird and wonderful combination of everything – burnt miso with banana?Amazing!

I enjoyed everything, except the banana ice cream – I found it to be too sweet. I was so full that I couldn’t eat it and left it on the plate.

No. 4 Blake Street Restaurant

PETIT FOURS – Sesame and lime macarons, cheesecake.

Unfortunately I was so full that I only took a few nibbles of each item on this dessert plate. They were so well presented.

DONE! Phew what a journey.

My husband and I talked and laughed throughout the whole night. Of course, we mainly talked about the food: the combinations of food, the cooking techniques, the funny posh wording of the food, guessing the ingredients and describing the flavours.

We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves!

I have to admit that whenever I have a “fine dining” experience, I always feel a bit intimidated by all the over-the-top fanciness, snobbery and high brow French words. But I didn’t feel that here. It felt down-to-earth, friendly, warm, and I loved that they featured local produce. We joked around with the staff, who was very gracious, polite, quick to correct his mistakes, and easy going enough to realise that we were just engaging in some foodie banter.

Over all, it was a fascinating and fun gastronomic experience.

Even though I can honestly say that some ingredients of some dishes didn’t suit my taste, we applaud the chef for designing such a considered, creative, modern and incredible menu.

I definitely recommend it for a super-special occasion!

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The Launch of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea!

28 April 2015

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea - Launch

I was invited to the launch of this year’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event.

Here I am with fellow fashionistas with a cause: Andrea Tonkin (stylist and blogger) and Rayne Embley (presenter and blogger, who was also the host for this launch event).

If you haven’t heard of it… the idea of the Biggest Morning Tea is to inspire people to host a morning tea, invite friends and family along, and raise money while sharing a cup of tea and treats!

The morning tea can be as big or as small as you want.

You can get super creative with decorations, table settings, all kinds of finger food, sweet treats and more!

It’s absolutely, right up my alley!

It’s a nice, simple fundraising idea, and it’s for a great cause.

You can find out more about it here, and sign up if you like.

If you need a few ideas, the website has a whole section dedicated to “Help for the Host”, including tips, downloadable resources… and of course, there is always Pinterest (Search for ‘Tea Party’) to get yourself incredibly excited and ambitious about hosting a tea party!

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea - Launch

The launch was held at The Shipping Lane, a very cool cafe over looking Leighton Beach (North Fremantle). They treated us to an amazing spread of scrumptious treats, and the coffee (a soy flat white) was just divine! I definitely have to go back soon to try a meal off their menu.

To end this post, I have to be a bit honest…

While I looked all chirpy and vibrant in my cute yellow dress, on the inside I was in a state of emotional fragility.

Cancer was very much on my mind. My good friend’s husband passed away from cancer earlier this month, leaving behind his wife and 3 young kids. I have no words to describe my grief for her and her family. I just have a lot of quiet tears, hugs and an urge to help in some way.

I spoke to lots of people at the event (and tried very hard not to cry). Everyone had a connection to cancer. Everyone had a story to tell. I also spoke to several cancer survivors, who told me about some services (provided by the Cancer Council) that they used during their treatment.

So I thought I’d share some of the ways your donations will help.

The Australian Cancer Council uses raised funds for:
Cancer Research
Patient Support Networks
Counselling services
Cancer nurses on a support line 13 11 20
Support groups and networks
Education groups, programs and information
Practical assistance, accommodation
Early detection and prevention programs

As I said, it’s a wonderful and worthwhile cause!


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Shopping For Coats: Budget, High Street, Designer

26 April 2015

A friend of mine were talking about buying coats the other day (and how we manage to have so many black coats?!).

On our wish lists for this season: a grey coat, a tan coloured coat and a blush or beige trench coat.

Fueled by some serious coatspiration, that evening I jumped online and found a whole bunch of great coats to buy!

Budget:

These would easily match everything in my wardrobe. They’d go perfectly with every kind of black + white + grey + navy + beige outfit combination that I wear in the colder months.

Grey Long Sleeve Coat from Sheinside – AU$54.34
Tan Lapel Woolen Coat from Sheinside – AU$53.02

Shopping For Coats: Budget

High Street:

Seeing as I don’t have $2,000 laying around to spend on a Burberry Signature Trench Coat, these are two fab alternatives from ASOS and David Jones. If I bought them, I’d change the buttons to dark brown ones.

Blush Mac from ASOS – AU$128
Pink Classic Trench from David Jones – AU$179

Shopping For Coats: High Street

Designer:

Joseph Cashmere-Blend Coat from Net-a-porter – Soooo beautiful and I’m sure it’ll last me my whole lifetime. But at $948 it’s um, a bit out of my price range at the moment.

Current/Elliott Oversized Trench Coat – Originally $1,785, this gorgeous dove grey coat is now $375 from The Outnet (How good is The Outnet?! Absolutely love that store!)

Shopping For Coats: Luxe

Happy shopping!
xxx


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Hair Style: Going Back To Black

24 April 2015

Hair Colour Change - Back to Black!

After spending a year with brownish hair… I recently decided that it was time for a change.

I coloured my hair back to flat black – against my hair stylist’s opinion.

“Are you sure??” he asked for the third time. “Yes yes, just do it!” I said.

I chose the semi-permanent option, so if I had second thoughts, the colour would fade in 6-8 weeks.

What do I think?

Day 1 – OMG WHAT HAVE I DONE??? I LOOK SOOOOO BAAAADDD!!! I’M SO NOT USED TO IT!!! OH WHY DIDN’T I LISTEN TO MY HAIR STYLIST?!??

Day 2 – AARRRGGH I HAAAAATE IT!!! Who is that woman on the other side of the mirror??

Day 3 – 7 – SIGH. Still hate it. I constantly tie my hair back in a pony tail to hide it. I wash my hair every day to fade the colour.

Day 8 – Hey it’s actually not that bad.

Day 9 onwards – It looks clean, sleek, healthy, fresh, modern. I’m liking it.

Yes, it took some time for me to get used to it.

I like it now. I might even cut my hair shorter next time?


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Add a Dash of Autumn Tan

22 April 2015

Camel Coat

Ok people, apparently the colours tan, camel and brown are back in fashion for the next few seasons.

Let me talk about that for a moment.

In the 1970s, the colour brown was huge. It came back in fashion again in the early 2000s, and it was then I fell in love with the colour and embraced it until… um, half my wardrobe was brown?

I had clothes in tan, camel, coffee, caramel, mocha, cappuccino, and dark chocolate brown. So much dark brown!

Once I got over that phase, I kept a few camel and tan coloured items, but I got rid of everything else.

I really don’t like brown now. I associate it with an older generation and my naive following of a fashion trend. I can’t shake off the feeling. Is it just me?

So I won’t be sporting any brown this season. In fact, I’m going to colour my hair back to black.

I like tan and camel though!

I have kept a camel coloured coat, a tan leather jacket, a tan coloured parka, a shirt, a dress, camel coloured pants and a pencil skirt.

So it’ll be nice to drag them out of storage and add a hint of colour to my daily monochrome palette.

Outfit:

Silk shirt by Equipment, from Forward
Pleasure State Lace Bra from Zodee
Jeans from Nobody Denim (The Iconic)
Booties by Senso (The Iconic),
Camel coat from GAP (which actually belongs to my sister!)
Handbag by Fiorelli (I bought it when I was 17!),
Catarzi hat from ASOS.

 


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The Colour of Air Pollution

19 April 2015

Early on Sunday evening, I was in the kitchen making dinner for my family, when I noticed a strange light fill the room.

I looked over to my pantry door, to where my white linen apron was hanging.

My apron was glowing with an orange light.

It was a rich, luminescent orange that was out of this world!

I grabbed my camera to capture it.

Red Sun Light

Amazing! My apron is supposed to look white!

I called my kids over and we all oohed and ahhed over the bizarre colour.

We placed different objects in the beam of light (including our faces) and watched the colours change before our eyes.

We discovered that there had been controlled fires burning off north of the city that day, creating a huge plume of smoke that changed the colour of the setting sun.

We put on our shoes and headed straight to the park to check out the sunset.

Red Sun

It was eerie and abnormal.

I was torn between being astonished and being displeased – after all, we were admiring the effects of “necessary” air pollution.

So while I weighed my internal reaction towards the world’s global carbon emissions, my kids decided that the sun looked like a Star Wars planet.


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Pretty Skirts on a Budget!

17 April 2015

Someone asked me recently… Where can I buy pretty clothes on a budget??

Ah well, I don’t suggest buying tops from a “budget” online shop, as there is a high chance that the quality of the garment will be poor and look cheap.

But big, bright, bold, pretty skirts are much more forgiving!

Dress them up with a sharp blazer, a luxe sweater, a silk tank, gorgeous shoes, a statement handbag and you’ll be good to go.

Here are some super-cute skirts that I found.

(Check out the skirt links then scroll down to see really nice ways to style them!)

Flare Skirts on a Budget
Black and White pleat skirt – $32
Rose Print Flare Skirt – $27

 

Pretty Skirts on a Budget

Blue Midi Skater Skirt – $35
Green Midi Skater Skirt – $20

Pretty Skirts on a Budget

Black Sakura Midi Skirt – $19
White Sakura Midi Skirt – $19

Happy shopping!

xxx

 


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Chocolate and Raspberry Cake (Gluten Free)

16 April 2015

Chocolate and Raspberry Cake (No Flour)

I’ve made this chocolate cake many times before; it’s flour free and gluten free.

It is simply amazing, moist, dense like a brownie, but it still has a soft, cakey texture.

This time I threw in some walnuts and raspberries (the last crumbly bits at the bottom of the freezer bag!) and I served it up as dessert at a dinner party we hosted.

The raspberries and walnuts made it just divine!

Chocolate and Raspberry Cake

Ingredients
100g unsalted butter
140g good quality dark chocolate, chopped
70g of brown sugar
3 eggs separated
140g of almond meal
1/2 cup of walnuts, chopped
1/2 cup of frozen raspberries, defrosted slightly and separated

Toppings
vanilla ice cream
icing sugar
pistachios

1. Preheat oven to 160C. Line a 20cm round cake tin with baking paper.

2. Slowly melt chocolate, butter and brown sugar, until smooth. Then let it cool for 5 minutes.
(You can melt it in a bowl over hot water, or melt it in the microwave. I just melt them in a small pot on the stove, on VERY low heat!)

3. Whisk the egg whites until you can make firm peaks when you lift the whisk up.

4. Add the egg yolks into the chocolate mixture, then stir in the almond meal and walnuts. Mix until well combined.

5. Fold in the egg whites into the chocolate mixture, until well combined. Pour into cake tin. Sprinkle the raspberries evenly over the top.

6. Bake for 30 minutes or until your skewer comes out clean. Cool in the tin for another 10 minutes. Turn the cake onto a plate to cool completely.

7. Add toppings and serve immediately!

Enjoy!!!

Chocolate Raspberry Cake

(This is what the inside of the cake looks like.)


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Khaki Jacket and Leather Pleats

14 April 2015

Khaki jacket and leather pleats

Hey hey, how’s everyone going these days?

I’ve been immersed in a variety of SPORTS lately – football, basketball, netball, cycling and running.

I’m practically living in my active wear!

In fact, I’m wearing so much active wear, I can even feel myself leaning towards a moment where I wear my tracksuit pants outside of a sporting context. GASP. Hasn’t happened yet though.

I am, however, wearing sports leggings as pants now, which sounds like a no no… but it’s acceptable when I wear sneakers ok?

Here’s an outfit I wore the other day, which combines my love for sports and fashion – in particular, my Nike sweater with a pleated faux leather skirt.

Khaki Jacket form Jeanswest, Nike sweater from The Iconic, Pleated skirt from Hello Parry, Heels and hat from ASOS, Quilted bag similar here and here.

xxx


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T by Alexander Wang Black Blazer

13 April 2015

Alexander Wang Blazer

I was so lucky to have scored a new Alexander Wang blazer from The Outnet!

I have been looking for a good quality, black, classic style blazer for a looong while now. After a bit of research, I reluctantly accepted that I was going to pay around $250-$300 for one, so it had better be exactly what I wanted.

Originally I looked at SABA, Country Road and Witchery for a simple blazer. But it was really difficult for me to find one in my size, that fit me nicely. I tried on a few and found that either the sleeves were much too long or the shoulders were a bit too small.

The current and popular style at the moment is the “boyfriend, relaxed and loose-fitting look” which is really just a big and baggy style. Honestly, I don’t really like that shapeless style and I don’t think it’s very classic or timeless.

But then I fell in love with this jacket from Anine Bing (which had a slightly relaxed shape), but they didn’t have my size either!

Finally, I stumbled across a clearance sale at The Outnet. And I found this T by Alexander Wang blazer, originally AUD$630 – Aakk!!

I love fashion and clothes and all, but seriously, there’s no way I could justify that much money on one piece of clothing.

It was reduced to AUD$100 – so much less than my initial budget!! So happy!!

It was a bit of a risk, because I bought it without trying it on. But I figured that it was an Alexander Wang item, and I’m sure I could resell it for $200+ on ebay?

Well, it arrived. It fit me perfectly. And I can’t wait to wear and show it off! Yay!

I bought a US Size 0. This style is no longer on sale, but there are a few others (here) from Alexander Wang, Helmet Lang, Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney and J. Crew.


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Fish and Chips by the Beach

11 April 2015

Fish and Chips at Cottesloe

We love having fish and chips for dinner by the beach!

Our kids think it’s such a super-duper, special, sacred family tradition – similar to Christmas haha.

But really, everyone does it. It’s a very Australian thing.

And it’s possibly a bit more special for us West Australians, because we can actually watch the sun set over the Indian Ocean.

Cottesloe at Sunset, March 2015

Life is amazing here!

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!

xxx


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Liam Turns 6

9 April 2015

A happy birthday to my red-headed cutie-pie!

Liam - 6 Years Old


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The Sweater and Pencil Skirt Formula

7 April 2015

Pencil Skirt and Sweater

Let me tell you what I’m big on at the moment… the good old formula: Sweater + Pencil Skirt!

I’m a little excited that the change in weather means it’s now sweater season!

This pairing makes life so much easier when I’m trying to race out the door.

Yesterday I dragged out a whole bunch of sweaters and realised that moths had eaten through 2 of my best sweaters, sigh.

Here are some tips if you’re thinking about buying yourself a new sweater.

1. Over-sized and baggy knits are very “in” at the moment. If you’re a size S, you’re supposed to buy a size M, or even size L if you dare. But I’m not such a big fan of over-lengthened sweater sleeves. I prefer to just wear a sweater with a loose shape, in my size. But whatever floats your boat!

2. A sweater in a neutral colour (black, white, grey or beige) will obviously match more skirts in your wardrobe and therefore guarantee that you’ll wear it for 3-4 seasons. Just keep that in mind when you’re about to buy a very “on trend” colour like forest green, maroon or camel.

3. Knit is important. I love fine wools and cashmere, but realistically I can’t afford to buy luxurious, high quality knits all the time. I find that knit blends with a bit of cashmere still feel lovely against my neck and arms.

4. Get yourself a lint shaver to get rid of any fuzz or pill that might build up on high contact areas. Do a search on ebay and I promise you’ll find one that costs $5 and ships from Hong Kong. It’ll bring new life to your old knits!

Pencil Skirt and Sweater
Wearing: Piper knit sweater (cotton and cashmere blend for $60), Country Road cap, Sportsgirl skirt, Fiorelli handbag (20 years old!), Witchery pointed flats.

Here’s some shopping inspiration for black knit sweaters and pencils skirts. Enjoy!

 


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Fragipanis

4 April 2015

My husband is a sweetheart. But sometimes he’s a bit crazy, in a daggy, sweetheart kind of way.

Years ago he decided that he wanted our backyard to be full of frangipani plants, and in each colour available.

It was a long term project. He had to buy some plants in different colours, he knocked on people’s door asking for cuttings, we may have stolen a few cuttings. Then we had to grow the cuttings, wait for them to flower – which sometimes took years!

Finally, we have 4 colours which we are really happy with!

Frangipani White
White. This is the most common variety. They are hardy and so easy to grow; just stick a branch cutting in a bucket of sand, and water it every now and then!

Even though you see these white  fragipanis everywhere, I still adore how fresh and happy they look!

Frangipani Pink

So many people ask for a cutting of our pink fragipani tree, and we happy to give them. But they are really difficult to grow and sometimes it takes 3 years to flower, and most of the time they look like a dead stick in a pot.

Frangipani Orange

Vibrant orange/pink/yellow. Crazy mixture of colours, I don’t know if they are orange or yellow sometimes.

Frangipani Dark Red

Oh these are my favourite! Deep, dark pink. They look so moody.

We still have an orangey-red one which we are hoping to flower soon!


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Sprolo, South Perth

2 April 2015

Sprolo, South Perth

I met up with my girlfriends for coffee and brunch at the much talked about cafe in South Perth, Sprolo.

I discovered that the word “Sprolo” turned out to be a completely made-up, combination of the words “espresso” and “YOLO” (you only live once)… which I thought was kind of cool.

The cafe was big, spacious and airy, with big glass windows and lots of natural light. There were lots of cafe table seating, high bar tables, and a little corner for kids (toy box, chalk board, mini chairs and a mat).

The food menu was quite simple and light – toasts, fruit breads, muffins, cakes, croissants, salmon bagels, salads, and waffles.

Sprolo, South Perth

I was actually dying to try out their Traditional Singaporean breakfast – which consisted of soft boiled eggs, eaten with a bit of white pepper and dark soy sauce, sour dough toast, and homemade kaya (coconut egg jam) – $12.

At first my heart sank at the thought of paying $12 for eggs, jam and sliced bread. This would cost what, $4 in Singapore?

But I had to remind myself that it’s completely normal these days to pay more for artisan, organic and homemade foods – so shut the hell up and just get over it Karen!

Besides, it made me feel happy that I was supporting a local business and concept (as opposed to spending $12 at McDonald’s!).

Sprolo, South Perth

The sourdough was fresh and crunchy. I don’t usually eat bread nowadays. And when I do, I always prefer to eat wholemeal, multigrain and rye. So tucking into a few slices of white bread, was very unusual for me. Thankfully, it was totally worth the indulgence! YUM!

The kaya was homemade and delicious. The soft boiled eggs were just lovely too.

Sprolo, South Perth

I’ve been back to Sprolo two more times, since my first visit and taking these photos. I really enjoyed the spaciousness, the light, and the ease in which I can pop in at any time and I’m pretty much guaranteed to get a table (I really don’t like queuing).

Oh and the coffees are great too!

Sprolo Espresso
138 Canning Hwy
South Perth WA 6151
Monday to Saturday 7am – 4pm
Sunday 8am – 2pm

Sprolo on Urbanspoon




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