Bread in Common has taken Perth by storm in the past 6 months and so far, I definitely think their popularity is well deserved. Everything from the decor to it's beautiful plates impresses and it's known for being "like Gordon St. Garage, but actually delicious".
It's also known for it's $8 juices and $10 smoothies - I'll never quite understand why these fresh beverages cost more than speciality coffee or even alcohol. Anyone whose ever juiced fruit at home will know that this is an option that's vastly overpriced.
All beverages aside, I am still a big fan of Bread in Common and I have been ever since my first visit. Within Perth's food industry - their day time menu has been extremely innovative and even the look of their dishes are noticeably unique to Bread in Common.
I learnt from my previous visit and decided to head in for a quiet breakfast one weekday. The menus were fresh off the print and as there were only a few tables taken, we were almost overly well taken care of.
If you arrive early morning like we did, take note that there aren't your usual "breakfasty" items on offer. This isn't the place for slipping into an average Eggs Benny and a side of hashbrowns; they do food differently and it's worth stepping out of your comfort zone for.
The rich and buttery eggs are mesmerising - these are definitely some of the best scrambled eggs in Perth! Both the rocket and the toast act as great neutralisers, without dulling the fragrant dukkah. This is a hearty breakfast and great value at $14.
I'm not one for courgettes and zucchini, but yet I found this to be surprisingly delicious; it's very well seasoned and the textures keep every bite interesting. It was an extremely filling portions and I'd prefer this as a salad to share rather than a main for one!
Price: $$ | $15-$30
Contact: 08 9336 1032
Address: 43 Pakenham Street, Fremantle
Sunday to Thursday from 10:00AM - 10:00PM
Friday and Saturday from 10:00AM - Late
Previous Review: Ribs, Octopus and Perfect Pork Belly at Bread in Common.