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Breakfast at Greenhouse – Perth City

Every corner of Greenhouse matched with their sustainable concept; from the untreated, sturdy wooden chairs to the recycled brown glass bottle my orange juice was served in. This also gave the place a real sense of indie trendiness, although the crowd on that weekday morning seemed to be full of business people, which made sense because Greenhouse’s location was so close to all the offices on St Georges Tce.

The service was great, when we arrived at 9am the staff were very attentive and friendly and they came a few times during the meal to refill our water glasses. When it came to ordering, I asked the waitress what was good on the menu. She proceeded to genuinely recommend almost everything on the menu, which was little help but somewhat reassuring, so I ordered the toasted oat muesli, berries and yoghurt. I usually never order muesli at restaurants because it is such a simple dish, but my stomach was ready for some light healthy food after a couple weeks of eating out.

Muesli is never a very exciting dish, but taking that into consideration, this was the best muesli I’ve ever had. The yoghurt is fluffed which was very novel and gave it a light, almost frothy texture. The strawberries were nice and the blueberries were exceptional; large, round, firm and fresh. Muesli mix itself was great, with the toasting and high ratio of seed to oat, it had a great crunchy texture.

Alina’s wild mushroom, slow cooked eggs, grilled polenta looked like a tiny ecosystem on a plate. She found it intriguing at first, especially the gelatinous texture of the slow cooked eggs. She said that it tasted good, but felt that there was a lack of crunch to counterbalance the soft textures in the dish, which eventually became displeasing. The polenta cakes were crunchy on the outside but were soft on the inside.

Wild mushroom, slow cooked eggs, grilled polenta

Alina and I both would have liked to have chosen other things from the menu, but the staff were friendly and the ambience was great with natural finishes to the interiors. I would be curious to go again – the crab congee looked really good and I was on the verge of ordering it!

Check it out: http://www.greenhouseperth.com/

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  • November 20, 2011 - 3:08 am

    Fotograf ślubny Lublin - Yumyy:) Looks great!ReplyCancel

  • December 3, 2011 - 3:30 pm

    Chompchomp - This is my favourite breakfast haunt at the mo. I really loved the wild mushroom dish – those slow cooked eggs are worth all the effort they put into to cook them. They are apparently cooked in the shell slowly over a long time. Prizes to the chef given the job to shell them! Not an easy task!ReplyCancel

    • December 3, 2011 - 3:50 pm

      Sab - Interesting that you like the mushroom / polenta dish, my dining partner didn’t like it too much, I guess everyone is different :)

      I never thought about how they de-shelled the slow-cooked egg, that must be difficult!ReplyCancel

  • December 11, 2011 - 5:54 pm

    Alina - mmm…the photos make it look so much better! sad it didnt agree with my belly tho :(ReplyCancel

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