Aliment cafe in West Perth was the perfect spot for a casual lunch meeting with a few friends mid-week. Quiet and with underground parking, it is a fuss free spot that serves up generous portions of lunch dishes at reasonable prices.
My Grilled Chicken Salad with mushrooms and slow roasted beetroots, was enormous and exceptional value for $15. Try as I might, I couldn’t finish it. The creamy tarragon dressing and ton of baby spinach leaves completed this filling healthy-ish meal.
My pal Pollyanne ordered Toast and Toppings and for $18, this would have been ample for two to share. I’ve never seen so much feta on a plate; not to mention the generous spread of smashed avocado on each slice of sourdough toast, chopped tomato and mint, soft poached egg and a splash of balsamic.
English Rose opted for a bagel with bacon, tomato, melted cheese and spinach. Didn’t get the price of this one, but there were crusty chicken or continental baguettes on display priced between $7.50 and $8.50, absolutely loaded with fillings.
My long macchiato was noteworthy, made with Single Origin Ethiopian coffee beans.
Aliment had some yummy looking scones with jam and cream. Because lunch was so damn good, we’ll forgive them the spelling error 🙂
There were daily specials including pumpkin soup with toast, caramel nut French toast and choc brownie pancakes.
Aliment is a few metres from the uber popular Hylin, but is far less busy and the food on offer was amazing value for money. Check it out.