There is no doubt about it – Pranzo delivers everything you require in a cafe. The food is all freshly made on its premises; comprising of bread, muffins, cakes, salads, rolls and slices. Pranzo also uses local Fiori coffee which delivers a strong, yet smooth coffee hit.
After many failed attempts of venturing out to somewhere new, this is the only cafe I go to on weekdays, due to the fact that I have never had a bad coffee here, nor can I do better for the tasty treats available.
My personal favourite is the banana bread ($3.50), toasted and buttered. It is divine and could be a staple in one’s diet for months.
Or if your prefer something savoury for breakfast, don’t go past a bacon and egg panini ($7). The scrambled eggs and soft bacon in a turkish roll is seriously yummy. Pranzo also provides you with the option of adding tomato or BBQ sauce.
Pete and Jan are friendly, as are all the staff here, and take an interest in their patrons appreciation of food and coffee. There’s a definite friendly feel, localised in a way, where you know that you’ll be greeted in the morning before your first coffee gently, allowing little need to speak because they remember your usual coffee order. It’s the little things that make Pranzo the best cafe in Perth.
Now, if only they were open on the weekends…