Jewish cuisine and jazz make for a godly combination, and at Satchmo Cafe you can enjoy both. By day, Satchmo cafe provides a cosy setting for food and drinks with its mismatched vintage-style furniture, by night, head on over to this little Fitzgerald Street haunt and sip on cocktails to the sound of live jazz. On the menu you’ll find traditional Jewish cuisine, from delicatessen charcuterie boards to bowls of hearty home-style chicken soup, an array of bagels and savory chicken blintz (crepes filled with chicken, celery and carrot, served with asparagus spears). Pair your food with some loose leaf tea, coffee or a cocktail. Nowhere in North Perth does the cafe/bar hybrid quite like Satchmo, so book a table, head on over and find out what the fuss is about for yourself.
Enjoyed the food and service pretty good. Wish we were given a better table since we take the time to make a reservation, but was given a table right at the back where the kitchen entrance is.
Cafe didn’t get booking. Not much GF - eggs and toast no bacon or salmon may have been because wasn’t GF. The food was very nice, tea was good.
Really enjoyed our experience at Satchmo. Good selection of food. Definitely going back to try the knish which unfortunately they had run out of. Must be good. Watermelon mimosa...yum.