A year ago, Madam Rabbit and the Walking Inheritance returned to Gusto for another go. It was equally delicious. With such a long time since eating and without any notes, however, I won't have any comments but I may as well post the photos.
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You may have noticed there hasn't been a lot of activity on Perth Food Blog lately. It's no big deal, just life got busy and while there was time for eating, there wasn't a lot of time for food blogging.
Last week I met up with a friend who we shall label Wild-in-Bali, and her recently-one-year-old daughter, who we shall label Princess C. We visited Sayers Sister in North Perth. It was only once I sat down and saw the menu I realised I had actually been to Sayers Sister 11 months earlier and was ready to do a review of the place when other life stuff got busy.
So this is a strange write up where I look back over notes of Sayers Sister circa January 2016 and contrast them to Sayers Sister circa November 2016.
Madam Rabbit, Ms. Grey and I braved the queues at the Mary Street Bakery on a Sunday morning for brunch. Was it worth the hype?
Lately Madam Rabbit, Ms. Grey and I have been trying out hands at Northbridge Yoga on Sunday mornings. It's ok. There's lots of bending and stretching and that bit's fine, but then sometimes they make you chant 'Ommmm' and I'm not into that bit so much. Also it's early in the morning and often I'm hungover at that time. So, in lieu of yoga one Sunday morning, we went out for greasy breakfast instead. Less stretching, less weird chanting, also less yoga pants but overall I think a fair trade.
A Sunday brunch with Marmite, Midnight Oil, Ms Grey, Madam Rabbit and I at Chapels on Whatley, a quaint and somewhat oddball cafe in the curious suburb of Maylands.
Chapels describes itself on its website as the sum of three separate components:
- a retail store for 'Chapels Fine Teas';
- the Chapels Cafe; and
- an Antiques and Artifacts Emporium.
I'm staggered to realise this only now, but we limited ourselves to the Cafe and did not check out the Emporium. Perhaps next time.
An impromptu breakfast for four at the always-busy Tuck Shop on Newcastle Street, Northbridge. I'd line up again, and I can't remember too many other places I've said that about.
South Perth has been our breakfast haunt of late, and we returned once again to Angelo Street to try out the Secret Garden Cafe. Inside, we discovered that some secrets should stay hidden forever.
Gusto Food has been getting some great reviews on Urbanspoon lately, and so the usual crew trundled north from our recent Kensington lovefest breakfast spot to check it out. We were genuinely suprised by what we discovered inside..
Sticking with the Southey theme of late, for the final food review of the year a mix of the regulars check out a hidden gem South of the River, Gooseberries Cafe opposite Kensington Primary School.
For the first breakfast review at Perth Food Blog we drove down Guildford Road to get to Guildford so we could eat at Little Guildford. Overcooked eggs were our reward.