3 more must-visit cafes in Western Australia!

by - 16 November

I'm back again with 3 more cafe recommendations for Western Australia! Before we get started I just wanted to say, it makes me happy knowing that you guys found my previous post helpful. :) For those of you who haven't checked it out, you can read it here.

As a little cherry on top, here are some cafes you can considering popping by if you make a trip down south on your next trip to Western Australia.

Location: Busselton

Ben was the one who found this spot when we were researching food options out of the city! I said yes right away because from photos the decor looked so Scandinavian with lots of greenery throughout the place. Hummingbird was one of the prettiest places we got breakfast at and I'd definitely recommend coming in early to so it feels like you have the entire place to yourselves.

We got to Busselton around 9am and it was pretty quiet, with only one or two other people in the cafe. The sunlight was beautiful that morning — just look at the little rainbow that was casted onto our table.

For breakfast, I had picked a hearty option complete with a Banana Smoothie while Ben had this gorgeous yoghurt parfait with fruits.

Like, wow. Just look at the flowers and colours! Not only was it beautiful, it tasted amazing too. It came with a variety of tropical fruits, granola, and a side of coconut milk. The combination was so bomb, I'd definitely order it again if we make the trip down next time. Mine paled in comparison but then again, I can't complain, I love my savoury foods for breakfast.

Address: 60/66 Queen St, Busselton WA 6280, Australia

Sidekick Cafe 
Location: Margaret River

We stayed the night in Margaret River so we had pre-planned to get breakfast at a nearby cafe. Ben found this place prior to our trip and I wasn't expecting much but it turned out so much cuter than I had expected! The cafe had glass windows all around, bar seats overlooking the main street and a couple of comfy sofa seats that went around the sides of the cafe.

Ben got a flatbread with spinach and cheese, while I got a ham and cheese toastie. Simple but delish at the same time!

My favourite part of the meal was the Blue Pea latte! I've never had one of these but I was excited to try it. A blue coloured drink for breakfast? I'm in. The drink was actually pretty good. I couldn't figure out whether I tasted the Blue Pea, but all in all, it was a nice to have a cuppa warm milky drink in the morning.

Instagram: @sidekickcafemargs
Address: 5/110 Bussell Hwy, Margaret River WA 6285, Australia

Margaret River Bakery 
Location: Margaret River

My third and final recommendation is the Margaret River Bakery! We stopped by here for lunch before making our way back to Perth. The menu seemed pretty normal but boy, the taste took us by surprise — our meal was so bomb. 

I can't remember what sort of wrap Ben got but I ordered the grilled chicken burger and guys, it was one of the best burgers I had on the trip. It came two generous pieces of chicken breast with a side of chips.

From this angle you can see how HUGE my burger was. I couldn't finish it unfortunately, but it was so worth it. The price point was reasonable as well. For drinks, I had a cup of Earl Grey while Ben went for a hot Mocha. I'll be going back for seconds if we visit Margaret River again next time.

Facebook: Margaret River Bakery
Address: 89 Bussell Hwy, Margaret River WA 6285, Australia


And there you have it, my 3 extra recommendations for local and cosy food stops when you travel out of Perth. If you've enjoyed this post, let me know in the comments below. Looking at these photos makes me miss this trip even more, the homesickness never goes away.

Chat soon! x

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