Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Kalamunda including Mason & Bird, Queen of Sauce Providore, Gracies Cafe, Jack and Jill Kitchen / Coffee, Haynes St Larder, King & Spoon, Fairbrossen Winery & Cafe, The Packing Shed, Masonmill, 2Cafe
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4 based on 16 reviews
Love this little place and its quirky rooms....food is always good...can sit for hours and read, drink coffee, share with a girlfriend or enjoy a quiet lunch
3 based on 311 reviews
Driving around Kalamunda and Carmel area we were driven to these lovely gardens for a visit.The car park is a bit small but alternative parking is available. Leaving the car park we walked past a small lake that has large Gold fish swimming around everywhere, they are beautifully coloured. Walking around the area which has a mini golf course, gift shop and of course the outstanding gardens. As we did not use the restaurant we are unable to make comment but it looked very nice, tidy and clean. Outdoor seating is available by the BBQ and under cover of the main veranda. Don't miss this site if you are in the area.
4 based on 49 reviews
Casual, relaxed atmosphere in the beautiful Bickley Valley. Expansive lawn area is family friendly. No dogs please. Farmhouse food, homemade cakes, great coffee and tea as well as our own Lawnbrook Estate wines on offer. Sorry but we do not allow dogs to
Being out on a lovely day with nowhere in mind as a destination, we decided to go to the Bickley Valley (a Perth hidden gem in its own right), and as it was approaching lunchtime we googled for a place to eat. The Packing Shed came at the top of the list, so never having visited before, we decided to try it - and we were so glad that we did.The staff were very welcoming - nothing was too much trouble. We were able to taste a selection of their wines, all of which were exceptionally fine, with the rosÃ© in particular, being very fine.Lunch was served outside which was delightful, with superb views across the floor of the valley to the forested hillside opposite. We both chose to have the quiche as we were due to eat out with friends that evening. The food was exceptional, the quiche was light, very tasty, and the pastry light, crisp and thin - just as it should be. The salad was beautifully fresh and nicely dressed.This is certainly a venue to which we will be returning.Thank you IanB3197 for your review - what a delight to read and we are so glad you enjoyed your wine and food. We appreciate your feedback and look forward to seeing you once again.
4 based on 114 reviews
The best thing here is the surround. Set in a winery and convenient if you live in the Shire if Kalamunda, this is a nice option for a weekend breakfast. Lunch can be booked out but chances are you will breakfast alone. It makes a good change from the breakfast haunts in town. The food is pretty standard fare but the service attentive. A good place to meet up with friends or family. Prices are midling, pretty well what you would expect. Overall a pleasant experience and one I expect to repeat.
4 based on 40 reviews
After more than 3 visits in the past 2 weeks, I can honestly say that the quality of the coffee can be up and down. 2 takeaway coffees were perfect, but the dine in coffee was too weak and had to be sent back. Xakes and bisquits pretty standard fare
4 based on 21 reviews
Visited with a friend for morning tea. Five minutes after ordering the very friendly waitress advised that they were out of the banana bread that I ordered. She said they could do something equally delicious, and they certainly did. The substitute may have been better than the original order! The venue itself is small and vibey, the staff are incredibly groovy, and the food is great. It is a little exxy, but certainly worth it when you consider the food and service is great. I will return!
4 based on 72 reviews
Agree with James K re value for portion size, also the food itself. 2 Poached eggs came with 1 rasher of bacon, we asked for another rasher and paid $2 for it. Surprisingly this restaurant does not sell water, the supply a bottle of tap water on the table. Our water was warm we requested another bottle and the staff member said the cold bottles were in the fridge. We asked the staff member (Sophie) if we could have one, she walked away and came back with a bottle and rudely thumped the bottle on the table and walked away. Full Jacks breakfast was ok. French toast came with way to much fruit on it, more fruit than toast. Fruit toast with fresh conserve was nice.
5 based on 72 reviews
Forrestfield's Hidden Gem Cafe You will find us nestled in the right in the heart of Forrestfield, next to Hillside Church. We say Food is Our Passion and we mean it, being a local butcher in Forrestfield for many years there are not a lot of people in ou
This place is inside the Hillside Church complex. We were told there was a 20 minute wait on food, however, 30 minutes we asked for our food and were told another 15 minutes to wait....killed the whole experience really. The food was average and not really worth the wait. Wonât be back...wanted to review as we came on the advice of other trip advisor reviews.
4 based on 29 reviews
Western Australias finest gourmet Providore Cafe enjoyed within Perth Hills of Kalamunda - Home to multi award winning saucier Seanne. We specialise in Curries dine in or takeaway. Jams - Spices - relishes - chutneys - sauces - hot sauces - Australias #1
Coffee was very goodMainly an indian food place, not cakes or biscuits available to go with the coffee.Service from a young lad was very friendly.if you go on a Sunday the markets are on so you can get a cake from one of the vendors to have with your coffee.Hello :) Thank you for your review.We do have amazing coffee so thank you :) We do gf muffins on the weekends though depending on how busy it is we can sell out very quickly... especially if a senior likes one they will buy on the spot the whole lot.. we will try to cook more on our busy Naan Breaky bowl Sunday morning. Breaky Bowl & coffee for $10 âï¸See you again soon.
4 based on 89 reviews
We took my mother to Kalamunda markets and a day out. We went to Mason & Bird for a light lunch. My husband and mother had toasted sandwiches which they enjoyed, but a bit greasy. I enjoyed the warm chicken salad, with nuts, seeds and sliced pear through it. Was very tasty.
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