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What we’ll miss most: Perth Favourites

In case you haven’t heard, the dynamic duo behind frenchtoastandindiepop are now in Melbourne for a new, exciting and caffeine fueled life! Not to worry though, we’ve compiled a list of all our favourite places in Perth, and in any case will be back in our favourite little city frequently. While we settle in there will be some more Perth posts to fill the void but be sure to follow along with our foodie adventures in our new home! Without further ado, here’s the list you’ve all been waiting for! Favourite ‘local’ coffee bar – SproloΒ  Sprolo was our home away from home! It’s only a recent addition to the Como/South Perth area but is already becoming quite an institution in the community. If you want to know your barista by name and exchange Christmas cards with the staff, as well as enjoy delectable, roasted on site coffee beans then look no further! Favourite Fine Dining – Print HallΒ  As recent graduates fine dining wasn’t something we did often in Perth but when we did …

The Dollars and Cents: What it really costs to eat out for breakfast in Perth!

When you’re talking about eating out in Perth you will never be far from a discussion about prices. It has caused a lot of debate in Perth, with people often saying ‘it’s so expensive to eat out here’ or ‘the coffee is cheaper in Melbourne‘. Well as someone who eats out their fair share, I’ve decided to share what I know about dining out for breakfast in our lovely city. I’m going to give you some details from the stand point of a couple, dining out for breakfast with a meal and two coffees each, as a point of comparison. When I write a blog post and use the word ‘cheap’, it generally means that two meals and two coffees cost us under $40. While saying something is ‘expensive’ usually means that it cost us over $50. You’ll often see references in my posts to price, and while I try not to itemise everything we eat, I do like to give people a rough idea of what they’ll be paying should they visit. The average …