Most of us could probably do with eating more salad, but it’s not always the most appealing prospect. Unless you get it from one of these places, of course! Prepare for a proper foodie treat.
We’ll begin with something a little bit sweet, just to get ourselves nice and warmed up. As it happens, the Acai Bowl at Pixel fits the bill perfectly. It’s a superfood smoothie bowl (that’s close enough to salad, right?) stuffed with house-made granola, fresh season fruit, and even some flowers! Order up a cup of Pixel’s signature specialty coffee, and you’ve got yourself the perfect brekkie.
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The brick bar, vintage cushions, chandeliers and picture frame feature wall are just a few of the pleasing quirks to look out for at Sayers Sister. The food’s not too shabby either, and these guys can whip up a particularly delectable salad known as “Cauliflower 3 Ways”. It includes smoked chickpeas, toasted seeds, miso dressing, and wasabi mayo. Spicy!
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Long, bricky and adorned with vintage tools, the Hardware Store Cafe is a fresh and unique setting for some serious salad action. Namely, the Winter Salad, made with quinoa, roasted veg, feta cheese, mixed leaves, falafel, and an indulgent champagne vinaigrette. The food in general is very highly regarded, and the care and talent poured into every dish is obvious from the outset.
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Country Road Cafe is a fantastic example of a trendy inner-city coffee joint done right. The walls are made from recycled timber, and lined with everything from blackboards to a blue rose mural made entirely out of clipboards. The courtyard area is lovely too, and you seriously need to try the Chicken & Mango Salad with strawberries, cucumber, capsicum, sundried tomatoes, and a special dressing.
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We’ll finish the way we began: with a kickass acai bowl. Hey, you’ve earned it! Anyway, this of course brings us to Nature’s Harvest, which sits in sandy Cottesloe like a rustically styled beacon of healthy goodness. Their take on the acai bowl features blueberries, mango, banana, acai sorbet, homemade muesli, and two extra toppings of your own choosing. It’s a definite winner.
“A great little health food cafe/shop in Cottesloe that caters for all your dietary needs! There is a cafe with take away meals, juices, smoothies and coffee along with salads and hot food! The acai bowl for breaky is a must get there for a fresh healthy breakfast out! Service is great and the food is delicious! Expensive pricing but can be expected due to the health aspect of the shop!” – YUMYUMINTUMTUM