Miss Chow's | Image Credit: Louise Coghill
These days there’s no shortage of places to go for an awesome feed in Claremont and on the weekend it’s a hive of activity, with plenty to see, do, eat and drink.
While the list of delicious restaurants and cafes in Claremont is getting longer by the day, we’ve selected a handful of some of the best places in Claremont where you can get your eat on this weekend.
From bacon and eggs to burgers, bahn mi and steamed buns, you’ll have plenty to brag about when you head back to work on Monday.
Bay Road Pantry
Start your day slowly with a side of bacon at the Bay Road Pantry—a homely little Claremont cafe tucked into a suburban street a few minutes walk from the town centre. Serving up all your breakfast faves and some really good coffee, Bay Road Pantry is open from 6am, but we think you deserve a bit of a sleep in!
Typika Artisan Roasters
When it comes to breakfast, brunch, lunch and anything in between, Typika Artisan Roasters have got your back. Their all day menu packs a punch with dishes like spiced beef benedict, black sticky rice with mango, huevos rancheros, pulled pork quesadillas and caramalised beef ribs. Oh and there’s also the most ridiculously decadent golden French toast with banana, maple candied bacon and salted caramel. Do it!
A fresh face on the Claremont dining scene, Miss Chow’s dish out delicious dumplings on the daily, as well as a whole bunch of other Asian goodies, thanks to the former chef of The Apple Daily. On the menu you’ll spot steamed juicy buns, caramel sesame glazed spareribs, pan-fried dumplings and Shanghainese red braised meatballs. You can’t go wrong!
Add a little more Asian flair to your weekend at Claremont Vietnamese joint, Mama Tran. Open from lunch to late (well 9pm), Mama’s serves up all your faves from ‘Nam but the pho is where it’s at. Don’t forget a side serving of rice paper rolls!
Continue your journey to Asian flavour town at Sado Island for authentic and delicious Japanese cuisine. Let the friendly and attentive staff help you choose from the sushi bar, sashimi or a la carte menu or if you want to try everything, go for the set bento menu (which also comes with home made green tea ice cream).
What’s a weekend without burgers? It isn’t one! So when burger o’clock rolls around head to Brooklyn Lounge and chow down on their American-inspired flavour sensations. The Brooklyn burger is a crowd favourite, but I can never pass up a double cheese burger. With fries…always with fries. Then treat yo self to dessert—they’ve got banoffee pie, crème brulee, home made apple crumble and s’mores. Yeah boy!
While you’re in the area why not visit a few of our favourite places to shop in Claremont?