Cuisine: Coffee, Café, Breakfast, Brunch
Location: Perth CBD, cnr King and Wellington St
After a lovely visit to La Veen for breakfast I decided to visit for lunch. There’s a few lunchtime options to choose from (chef’s specials) apart from the all day items (“with eggs” and bagel sandwiches). After entering, looking at the menu and placing my order at the counter, I managed to grab a seat in the packed cafe.
La Veen Coffee Food Review Summary
Verdict: After enjoying a delicious breakfast on a previous visit, I popped by for lunch. I ordered chicken poppers and was shocked at the meal served, as it wouldn’t look out of place at a fine dining restaurant, but is not what you would expect to see from a cafe. The dish is beautifully presented but looks in between an entree and a main. I was quite hungry so I would have liked a bulked out version for a higher price tag, but for $14 the serving size is adequate. The chicken is surrounded by a firm crunchy crumb encasing the well cooked chicken. The chicken is separated and balanced by vegetables providing a bit of variety, acidity, and with the creamy mayo, a touch of richness. A spattering of potato crisps provide some crunch. It’s a pretty tasty meal that was demolished in no time so I grabbed some sushi later on to quell my hunger.
La Veen Coffee & Kitchen Restaurant Details
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