Mixed business was quite the interesting find on social media. As we arrive to the venue we saw people standing outside and thought to ourselves it’s gotta be good there is a queue on Sunday brunch time. What is interesting about this particular cafe is that the name is nowhere to be seen on the outside of the shopfront. I guess if the kitchen is that good, there is no need to advertise.
Having lived in Perth for a few years, wine tours became quite the popular past time for Ms. D, Ms. G and I. I recently had a friend visiting me in Melbourne and as she wasn’t going to make it over to Perth, I thought, we have to go on a wine tour! I was keen to compare the Western Australian and South Australian tours to Victoria’s Yarra Valley wine tour.
This little gem of a place is very close to where I live, luckily for me. Mr B and I went for our usual Sunday brunch and this was his choice.
When we arrived the cafe was rather busy but we were able to take a window seat within a few minutes. We had a look around at what other people were ordering to try and help us decide what we wanted to choose from the wide range of options on the menu.
I am lucky to have this gorgeous spot so close to where I live. It is a short morning walk along the Yarra River and I can walk in the door.
I recently had Ms. D and Ms. G visiting from Perth, it was so good to have them here and reminded me of good times in Perth as a breakfast date was always part of our weekend plans.