Wednesday, 26 February 2014


Don't get me wrong.  I like Yocal.  I really do.  It's a lovely setting - sitting out in the pretty garden and watching Fremantle pass by is great - the staff are really nice and the coffee is good.  So I do like it.  But I wasn't blown away by the food.  There is much better food at other Freo cafes but this still a really good spot to hang out with a coffee for a couple of hours.  



I had the mushrooms and pesto on toast with extra goat cheese (fabulous goat cheese, still in its marinating oil) which was pretty yummy although the pesto definitely needed some more flavour.  The serving sizes are good and the prices aren't exorbitant so I would definitely go back - especially for the coffee and cakes laid out on the counter which looked amazing!


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