Situated in the grounds of an urban farm, City Farm Cafe is an open air cafe bringing some country charm to East Perth. Every dish is crafted using local, organic produce and made fresh every day. Leaves and herbs are foraged from the garden, fruit and vegetables are sourced from the farmers market held on site each Saturday and the best local suppliers. From breakfast dishes like silky scrambled eggs with aged cheddar and chives or quinoa hash with fried eggs kasundi feta & fresh coriander to sumptious salads, crumbed field mushroom or Moroccan lamb sausage roll, there’s something to suit all tastes on the menu at City Farm Cafe. You’ll find it located on City Farm Place – for a country retreat without leaving the city of Perth, book a table and head on over!
Great food and service. Very friendly owner and staff, surroundings are great too. Thanks for making this visit a great Mother’s Day.👌 Will be coming back.
Lovely setting and great to be able to browse the stalls as well as have breakfast. It was great service and friendly staff, would definitely come here again.
Good food, friendly service, wonderful weather and surroundings - a pleasant day's outing. ( I like being succinct. I don't like being told to use a minimum amount of words. It's off-putting).
They were very lovely, fast and helpful, the food tasty . Great place to have breakfast. The vibe is just fun, recommend it without reservations. The staff communicates well, asks the right questions and reacts accordingly.
Great food and atmosphere. One of my dining colleagues had and idea; We attended the City Farm Cafe during a one hour lunch break from a meeting across the road. Could you consider that an option when reserving a table on line would be to order and pay for some/all the meals? This would save time spent in line up and pay aspect of the experience. It would also help your staff to prepare in advance, if that helps. Thank you. We had a great time at the City Farm Cafe. It is such a unique, relaxing and nature cafe nestled in the busy metropolis.
We took our 10 Yr old kids here for breakfast on a Sunday morning. I have been here before for a yoga workshop and a work function but never for breakfast. The place was a buzz with activity. There were people packing down from a function the night before. There looked to be a meditation workshop going on in the Artroom and mix of people walking around looking at the facility. In the Cafe they have a good choice of things on the menu. My husband had the potato rossi with smoked salmon which he loved. I had poached eggs on toast with bacon, it was perfect. They also have a kids menu, fresh dairy free smoothies and use my favourite brand of almond milk which they also sell, I was excited about that because it's not easy to find in shops. Lovely relaxed atmosphere. Lovely, genuine service and delicious food. It's great to support local community initiatives. I'll be back.
We went to City Farm Cafe on a Saturday morning for brunch. The ambiance was really nice for an inner city location. Although it was quite a busy morning, the service was fast and the food was delicious and well priced. Will definitely be going back again.
A very pleasant garden location away from the city bustle. We had breakfast here and it was great. The cooked breakfast menu was limited but the choice was delicious. Great coffee too. A little more expensive than your average café but for organic food it was probably about right due to higher cost of ingredients. So if you are looking for a relaxing environment and good food this café has to be one of your choices.
I took a friend for breakfast fo her birthday. The food was beautifully prepared - the potato rosti with salmon , poached eggs, hollandaise and rocket was delicious! The ambience at City Farm is a delight. We wandered around the market after breakfast, bought some veggies and chatted to the friendly stall holders. A lovely couple if hours on a Saturday morning.
I love City Farm Cafe. Truly a hidden treasure, and so close to Perth CBD. So many people I have introduced to it who had no idea it was there.