JUBILEE IN PERTH. So, Mum and i flew off to the land down under over the jubilee weekend a short 3d2n holiday! Albeit a little short to have a holiday in a place like Perth, i felt the duration was just right(any longer and we wouldn’t know what else to do honestly). It was a really fulfilling trip as well-managed to visit all the pretty cafés i randomly googled before our trip, and managed to shop quite a bit. Cafés in Aussie truly live up to the “café culture” name-every café we visited has such good brunch food and coffee!! I’ve listed the cafés we visited below for those who are interested, every one of them is worth the visit.
Convocation is this week, so i’ll be spending everyday at the convention center for rehearsals, and school reopens next week already-i know it’s going to be a crazy semester, but somehow, i’m looking forward to it.
Cafés/Restaurants stated below are in order of photos posted above/
Red Cray Seafood and Grill
86 Great Eastern Hwy, Belmont WA 6104, Australia
(for seafood and wine)
6100, 257 Albany Hwy, Victoria Park WA 6100, Australia
(my favorite café ambience of the trip-for their avocado mash and brioche french toast)
The Old Crow
172 Newcastle St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
(the buttermilk hotcakes with fried chicken and apple was the best brunch i had there)
Mary Street Bakery
507 Beaufort St, Highgate WA 6003, Australia
(for their red velvet cupcakes and salted caramel chocolate tart)
178 Newcastle St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
(for their homemade pies and chips)