Brunch Review | Aliment Cafe–West Leederville

Aliment Cafe West Leederville Review French Toast



Brunch? Some call it a late breakfast, others an early lunch. Me, well I like to think of it as morning tea on steroids. You could say it’s my favourite meal. If your timing is right, you beat the breakfast rush, giving you a long leisurely chance to catch up with friends before the lunch crunch.

My latest brunch review will have you drooling and looking at French toast in a whole new light.

There’s a very good reason why Aliment Cafe in West Leederville is fast becoming my favourite place for brunch and client catch ups. Well actually there are a few but the number one reason is pretty special. It’s their daily specials which seem to be a rotating affair with more than a few drool worthy dishes popping up on a regular basis.


Aliment’s regular menu includes your regular brunch favourites just a little left of centre together with a few Aliment signature dishes including Corn and Zuchinni fritters. There is always a variety or two of French toast, although Aliment seem to be able to take this dish to the next level without the need for deconstruction.

Brunch is an all day affair with the breakfast menu running in conjunction before 11.30 am together with lunch after this time.

There is also a rather impressive “specials” menu that will have you coming back for more, more, more. Dishes like lemon meringue French toast or breakfast gnocci. I even spotted a lobster and potato rosti pop up on their FB feed but unfortunately, it was of limited supply and sold out before I arrived.

The cafe is unassuming, slightly tucked away from the road and you could almost walk straight by. While finding a park can be a complete nightmare and parking inspectors seem to always be in attendance to make sure you are doing the right thing, once you’ve found a place to park the car and you’ve experienced the menu, you will be heading back for more. Trust me.

The place is mainly frequented by office workers and staff from the adjoining building, so it really depends on the time of day as to how busy things can get but there are plenty of seating options both inside and out, which means we’ve never had to wait to find a table.

Staff are always friendly and attentive and you never feel rushed, making it the perfect place for longer catch ups with clients or friends. Service can take a little while as most dishes are cooked from scratch while you wait but gosh they are worth the wait.


Lemon Meringue French Toast – Zesty lemon curd, marshmallow meringue, short crust crumble and fresh persimmons ($18).

Aliment Cafe West Leederville Review French Toast


Fluffy French Toast with confit blueberries, vanilla ice-cream and dark chocolate ganache ($18).


Corn, Zucchini and Sweet Potato Fritters served with smashed avocado, zesty greens and chimichurri ($18).


Savoury French Toast – Chargrilled bacon, confit cherry tomatoes, wilted spinach, italian style chipolatas and spicy bacon infused bbq sauce ($19).


Also worth casing from the brunch menu, if you are able to look further than the specials menu…

12 Hour Beans – Soft fried eggs, chorizo with New York style rye ($16).

Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict served on ciabatta with poached eggs, rocket and hollandaise sauce ($18).

If you are wanting something a little less substantial, there are always the display cabinets at the front which host a variety of different morning tea and lunch options each day. Everything from muffins, donuts and baked goods to wraps, sandwiches and gourmet pies.




There are plenty of interesting choices if you are not wanting to case the coffee or tea, starting with fresh juices ($5.50). Charlies organic lemonades come in a variety of flavours including my favourites blood orange and white peach with passionfruit ($4). Organic Stolen Recipe iced teas ($4), smoothies ($8) and milk shakes ($7).

Aliment Brunch Review
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  1. I must confess: when I first read your heading I thought it was AILMENT cafe, which would not be a good name! The fritters, french toast varieties and breakfast gnocchi have got me drooling. Unlike Natalie below, I’m never had sweet French toast – we only make savoury in our house!

    • I’ve been using all the will power I can muster to not go there each and every day. When hubby gets back from sea, I’m going to treat myself for my birthday but I’m insisting on at least walking there and back (10 km each way).

  2. Why do I live all the way on the East coast while you get to indulge in this deliciousness in the West? Looks absolutely scrumptious!

    • We need to find you a sponsored trip to Perth and I can show you the sights, starting with brunch of course. 🙂 Hoping the knee is improving and you are being totally pampered in the meantime.

  3. I saw your yummy review over on Facebook today, I had to come see these delectable foods, really awesome, the Corn, Zucchini and Sweet Potato Fritters caught my eye!!!

    Hope you have a great week! Karren

  4. Great photos! I’m glad you could enjoy yourself. Brunch would be my favorite meal of the day if I could live that lifestyle, because I love the combo of sweet and savory foods. And brunch is the time of the day when I need that extra bit of energy!

  5. wow this review makes me wish I lived in Perth! The menu sounds delicious. Lemon meringue french toast – really! that one I would have to try! And the fritters look deliciously healthy. Brunch? count me in! Have a great week and thank you for the link up.

  6. Wow that place looks awesome!!!! Hahaha love the ‘morning tea on steroids’. Brunch is by far my favourite meal to go out for!!!

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