Knife and fork talk with the Dining Divas – a foray into Fremantle

We took a trip to Fremantle this month to the Roasting Warehouse along South Terrace. Along that strip are plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose from but the all-day brunch offer at the Warehouse ticked all the boxes. Most dishes were $25 and under with three exceptions.

We chose Eggs Benny Chan with a choice of either bacon or avocado. Green Goodness was our other choice.

The Eggs Benny is a grilled roti, panko crumbed eggs, sriracha hollandaise, shallots and a zesty herby salad. The roti looked like a sculpture on plate, and deliciously edible.

The outer part of the roti was crispy but inside the fine layers were soft and chewy. Soft egg yolks oozed from both crunchy panko crumb cases (how did they do that?) and blended with the sriracha hollandaise perfectly. A mix of basil, chilli rounds, black and white sesame seed and avocado made each mouthful hit the spot.

The Green Goodness bowl offered char grilled asparagus, broccolini, kale, mixed seeds and ancient grains, smashed avo, two poached eggs and tumeric hommus. The smashed avocado mashed very well with the seeds and the grains (none were left behind).

The combination was so good especially when this Diva dropped a big dollup of tumeric hommus into the mix (classy innit!) but so tasty. Two poached eggs were perched on a nest of asparagus, broccolini and kale. The kale was very soft not tough at all, the char grilled asparagus and broccolini were crunchy. 

When the poached eggs were cut and the yolks spread over the above vegies the taste was sensational, the whole meal was a gastronomic delight.

Three and a half forks

Monday to Sunday 6am-3pm 

Public holidays 6am-1pm

The Roasting Warehouse

312 South Terrace 

South Fremantle

6219 5333