Typika, you had me, then you lost me, then you had me and then you kept me.
I am in love with this place, the decor, the location, the food and of course, the coffee. After a morning of bootcamp, fellow fitness fanatics and I trotted off to Claremont in search of a good feast (we deserved it)
We were saddened (this is when they lost me) when we had to wait 50 minutes for a table, we were all starving and the 50 minutes felt like 50 hours. We were getting grumpy and almost gave up and then we were finnalllllly seated. We ordered coffees stat and were pleasantly surprised that they were on the house; an apology for the long (painful) wait.
The Artisian Roasted coffee (roasted on premise) was just delightful, I almost ordered a second, but my tum was screaming for food, not caffeine. Want good coffee? You must come here – and yes, they do take away!
C and A both ordered the mushie crepes. They both raved about them – mushie lovers, it was made for you.
S ordered the cod and leek eggs, which I thought was a very brave choice… S said it was the best breakfast she has ever had. So, if you like fish, this is a must try.
G ordered the porridge, I think the photo speaks for itself… who can say no to a steamy bowl of oats? I am very boring eater (not by choice) and more often than not I order gluten free bread with poached eggs and avocado. eerrrrmmmmaaagoosssssssh. I could do a whole post dedicated to this GF bread. It is amazing, for the duration of this breakfast, I felt again like a normal, bread eating person. It was wonderful. I asked where they order it from…. and they said Brisbane (not the answer I wanted or expected). Trip to Brisbane anyone?
Check out those extremely high scores. We all clearly forgave the 50 minute wait, clearly Perth people, you need to add Typika to your foodie list.
Oh and don’t forget the yummy take away cabinet: