Bestie B and I have had lots of catching up to do since I’ve been back in Perth, in regards to both stories and eating out at new places in Perth together. When we were making plans a few weeks ago, B mentioned Propeller as a possible venue and after reading the reviews, I was excited to try it.
Propeller is an all-day eatery located in an old refurbished bus garage in North Fremantle that offers food inspired by the Levant and Mediterranean regions. B and I visited on a weekday morning for breakfast, which has a limited menu than what is available on weekends. The weekend brunch menu offers an array of options – including black pudding, scotch eggs and za’atar flatbread (yum!), whereas the weekday menu has the only a handful of options, but includes a selection of jaffles.
Our morning started with an excellent coffee, made with locally roasted Darkstar coffee beans.
B ordered a bacon and egg jaffle ($8), which came with a delicious tomato relish. B was happy to share some of her jaffle with me and we both thought it was fantastic.
I ordered the eggs and toast ($10), with a side of bacon ($4.50). I loved my breakfast, as the eggs were not too creamy and the bacon was slightly charred. This breakfast would have to be one of the biggest serving sizes I’ve had and for such a reasonable price, it was a lovely sight to see in uber-pricey Perth!
B and I loved our breakfast at Propeller. The setting outside is lovely and it’s the perfect spot to soak up a bit of winter sun and relax. The food and service were both fantastic but I really loved that it was paired with reasonable prices. I can’t wait to return to try their larger breakfast menu available on weekends.