Feast Café – Wembley {CLOSED}


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I popped into Feast café for a spot of lunch on a workday. I’d heard many great things, so I was keen to check it out. There are two Feast cafes – the other being in Nedlands. I was at Feast Wembley, which is on Cambridge Street, almost opposite the Wembley Hotel.IMG_7134

The food at Feast is super fresh – with lots of seasonal produce used. The new summer menu has just been launched which is full of vibrant salads, tasty burgers and other treats from the kitchen – I didn’t quite get that far though. As soon as I walked through the door I was enticed to the chiller cabinet by all the fresh and colourful looking food in there. Everything looked so tempting, I got a terrible case of indecisiveness, but the friendly staff were happy to make a suggestion.IMG_7103

IMG_7107I chose a slice of the Mushroom Tart ($10) and added a side of Vietnamese Chicken Salad ($7.50). I also picked a “Yellow juice” ($7) which was a healthy concoction of carrot, orange and ginger – in a tall glass. It made me feel much better after being stuck in an office full of people with the flu all morning!

IMG_7112The food was plated up in a jiffy and I dove in. The tart was absolutely divine, full of massive morsels of mushroom and the pastry was spot on. The salad was excellent too, packed full of chicken, sesame, fresh mint and crisp bean sprouts, carrot and capsicum, with a Vietnamese dressing on the side. It is also gluten free.

At Feast they use Five Senses coffee, which has to be my favourite. 80% of the time when I have a great cuppa I find out it’s a Five Senses roast.

IMG_7102Little Chef would just love the clean and bright play area – its great for kids. There’s some play equipment for toddlers and a ball pit too. The large glass window means that mums and dads can keep an eye on their little ones, but also be able to have a conversation in peace! Wonderful!

The kids menu is also pretty substantial and includes thing like dino shaped French bread and egg, pancake stacks and gorgeous looking cupcakes. Feast café certainly caters well for families.IMG_7104

The brunch menu looked great too, so I’ve made a mental note to return to try that soon.



I’ve teamed up with the “go-to website” for families in Perth – Buggybuddys for a giveaway. Buddybuddys has the most comprehensive local listings of things to do, events, attractions and holiday activity ideas for children. You can win one of four $50 vouchers to check out Feast Wembley or Feast Nedlands for yourselves by following the link

Win a $50 Voucher for Feast Cafe, Wembley

Good luck and happy feasting!IMG_7127



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