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“Breakfast in the sun.”

The Dizzy Witch Cafe
Ranked #8 of 93 Coffee & Tea in Perth
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Neighbourhood: Perth CBD
Reviewed 1 July 2013

Great little cafe for coffee or breakfast. Enjoyed going early on weekend mornings to relax and read the paper. You can sit indoors or out and the staff are great. Lovely food and well priced. Have stopped in here several times and the quality is always the same.

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Thank Richard A
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Reviewed 27 June 2013

Went there for brunch on Sunday and the place was packed. Luckily a local friend managed to reserve a table earlier. Very cosy place for breakfast and snacks. Plenty of varieties and quality is good. We ordered 2 pies (chicken and beef), Last Meal (huge english breakfast comprising bacon, eggs sausages and others) and mushrooms. All great stuff especially the mushrooms, which is a must-try.
Excellent coffee served.
Staff are friendly and attentive.
Will definitely return when we are in Perth again.

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Thank merc8989
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Reviewed 15 May 2013

Culinary covens seem to thriving in Perth city's nearby suburbs. There's the Witch's Cauldron ( known for their garlic prawns ) in Subiaco which unfortunately we didnt have time to try even though we were in the area and then there's Dizzy Witch in Northbridge. The latter serves breakfast and lunch and its witch-theme is not just confined to its decorations but extends to the fancifuly named dishes in its menu such as the Warlocks (sic) Last Meal. It was that or Griselda's Eggs Benedict for me but the Warlock won so I tucked into organic bacon, free range eggs ( requested for poached) , toast, tomato, rosti, mushrooms and beef chipolata. A hearty meal indeed. Good place to drop by for brunch on a weekday because there's plenty of parking along the road and there's no crowd but note that the outlet is closed on Mondays.

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Reviewed 21 April 2013

Nice vibe and the breakfasts are good quality and contain some interesting options.

Good coffee too. Like it.

Thank Waddler
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Reviewed 9 April 2013

Great food, they offer gluten free options big buzz for me! Service is quick and brought with a smile, good prices.

Only nag is they dont use proper tea leaves its just tea bags, when you go to a nice cafe and are paying $4.50 for a tea I think proper tea leaves should be used.

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Thank Elle_Bmw8
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