I managed to steal a piece of the pork belly which was delicious! There was a generous amount of apple sauce on the dish but it did not overtake the pork and complimented it instead. The bread was fresh and coated with a bubbly melted cheese.
The interior of Odyssea reminded me quite a bit of The Shorehouse with indoor and outdoor seating, a fabulous ocean view and a calm relaxing atmosphere.
Sushia Izakaya is part of the top spots to visit during the Eat Drink Perth Festival 2016
This was closely followed by the Thai beef which another delicious dish. The meat was not as tender as it could have been, however, the sauce was delicious. This dish had a lot of spice and heat and was served with noodles.
The menu is influenced by North African and Spainish cuisine and this was evident throughout the breakfast menu. My eyes were initially drawn to the Green Me Up Scotti ($22.50) as I loved the sound of it.
Tucked away off the main street, you’ll find a good atmosphere and great coffee.
Set in a Thai rainforest, grab a table in the corner and forget about time.
Brioche French Toast and a very large sandwich!