Pretty dishes are all the hype at this hole-in-the-wall cafe.
Nestled in one of Perth’s few laneways just off Aberdeen street, Flora & Fauna serves up some of the prettiest dishes our city has to offer. After opening their doors only a few short years ago, the tiny cafe has acquired quite the large following. And they’ve got something for everyone.
Serving up Micrology coffee from the Perth-based roasters as well as fresh-pressed juices and a range of fine teas, your thirst is sure to be quenched. But the real winner here is the all-day brunch menu, which now includes vegan waffles (don’t knock them until you try them). Topped with Canadian maple syrup, vegan chocolate mousse and dozens of edible flowers, they’re they perfect guilt-free sweet treat.
For the regulars, the banana bread is still very much available (and still just as good), but sadly the smashed avo on turkish bread has been replaced with a beetroot and hummus number – same same but different. Other menu items include the classic apple crumble topped with oats, and the slow-cooked beans (with a side of organic multigrain bread).
Don’t forget to check out the daily selection of sweet treats inside, if you’re lucky enough to visit on a day she’s baked her famous choc chunk cookies, make sure you grab a few for the road.
For more details and drool-worthy images, check out their Facebook page.