Looking for a top spot for breakfast in the Perth Hills? At the Little Nook in Darlington you’ll find a quality cuppa and hearty, fresh food. The quirky café is perched high up amongst the tall gumtrees. The narrow balcony is a lovely place to sit and soak up the birdsong.
Good news for those who like to sleep in… The Little Nook’s brekkie menu runs all day! The cabinet is home to lots of freshly made goodies too, including lots of Gluten Free options. The coffee is by Bolt, one of my favourite Perth roasts, made locally in Midland.
My dad loved the Veggie Breakfast ($23). The plate is positively brimming with free range eggs, garlic & thyme mushrooms, spicy house beans, roasted tomatoes, avocado, spinach, house relish, and feta served on toasted sourdough. All components of the very generous dish were delicious.
I chose a “warm buddah bowl” ($18) for lunch. The vibrant bowl is loaded with roasted veggies, garlic thyme mushrooms, spicy chickpeas, roasted tomatoes, homemade relish, homemade dukka, fetta and spinach all on a bed of quinoa. This super fresh dish is delicious.
We enjoyed our lunch at The Little Nook, a spot we came across quite by accident as we took a drive through the Perth Hills. It’s well worth seeking out and stopping by.
Find The Little Nook at 2 Montrose Avenue, Darlington.