The Golden Triangle is known for a lot of things. Many prestigious Western Australia’s secondary schools are located somewhere within the GT. As a result, some of the over-rated, superficial and sanctimonious individuals can often be found on Daddy’s yacht somewhere on the Swan River, or partaking in their weekly shop at Claremont Quarters. But what’s of particular relevance to me, is the GT’s abundance of incredible eateries. Being a South of the River gal, I don’t get to enjoy them on a regular basis, but when I do I am never disappointed. This time around it was The Little Pantry in Shenton Park.
Tucked away in North Fremantle, right near the edge of the Swan River, is Rabbit in the Moon cafe. Aesthetically, RitM was not what I expected. I don’t know why but I was expecting something grungy yet retro, like a cafe set up in Foreman’s Basement from That 70s Show. Instead it’s Perth’s very own rabbit hole that leads you to Alice’s Wonderland: white and bright with quirky hints of yellow, porcelain rabbits and miniature tea cups, nutcrackers and babushka dolls, lights hanging in whisks and petals scattered over plates. It was all kinds of crazy and cute all in the one room.Read More »
A trip to Ootong & Lincoln has been long overdue for me. Over two years ago I added it to my Brunch Bucket List and today I finally had the chance to check it out with my two best pals (who also happen to be my brunch sidekicks).
O & L is versatile. Whether you’re after catering, interested in brunch or are keen on a healthy treat while you’re on the go, O & L’s perfect for everyone’s needs. Located on South Terrace, below the popular Cappuccino Strip, O & L is a part of what I like to call the South Freo Trio, which also consists of Little Lefroy’s and Roasting Warehouse (notable mentions on my Brunch Bucket List). While they aren’t in the heart of Fremantle, they are definitely favoured by locals.