It all started with my breakfast cup @Panache


Tucked away on Mill Street in the Perth CBD, @Panache has become one of my favourite cafes to go for breakfast and lunch during the week. My love affair with @Panache started three weeks ago when a foodie colleague said that her friend absolutely raves on about it and I needed to try this cafe. So that day, I came back to my desk with this breakfast cup ($5.80) and I have been craving it almost every day since…


The toasted granola is just amazing and what makes @Panache’s breakfast cup stand out from the rest. There’s a good mixture of dried fruits and crunchy muesli which tops a creamy sweet yoghurt over a tropical fruit salad. I don’t even usually eat muesli but I love the texture of the toasted granola and this cup keeps me going until lunch.

Every time I head to @Panache, I end up coming back to the office with something more. Coffee is the usual suspect (I love that it comes with a mini gourmet cookie to dip) with the occasional ham & cheese croissant joining the party.

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@Panache uses Toby’s Estate Black Swan Coffee Blend which is sweet and full bodied with a dark chocolate base and brown sugar finish. My latte is smooth and usually warm which I don’t mind. Some of my colleagues like their coffee hot so if you’re the same then make sure you request it @Panache. There’s also almond and soy milk available for an extra 50c.

@Panache is decked out with plenty of greenery and there’s tables inside and out – a perfect place to go for a catch-up if you don’t feel like drinking anything alcoholic.



There are plenty of gourmet breakfast and lunch options including raw foods/smoothies. I usually spend around $9 for breakfast and $16 – $18 for lunch. Here’s some of my Panache eats and drinks…

Roast beef bagel with sea salt…


Mushie’s green smoothie and my mango smoothie…


My toasted chicken schnitzel wrap…


@Panache is worth a visit if you’re out and about in the Perth CBD.

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I have foodie cravings all the time and sometimes at very odd hours, hence the name of this food blog, where I share my love for Perth food, writing and interviews with inspirational foodies who have made their mark in the food scene. I also own Crust Mount Lawley with my burger eating half burger boy and have a mini me who eats all my food, she goes by the name junior burger on the blog :)

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