Perth CBD dwellers and workers, your dreams of munching on Portuguese tarts for breakfast have become a reality thanks to our latest and greatest venue on King Street, Graffiti.
A coffee window and gourmet-to-go foodie haven, Graffiti offers up a whole lot of urban vibes, featuring striking street art murals painted on to roller doors by artist extraordinaire Daek William—which will surely liven up your walk into work, not to mention your Instagram feed.
Serving affordable artisan coffee with beans provided by Blacklist Coffee Roasters, as well as savoury and sweet eats to satisfy your breakfast and lunch cravings, we can’t get enough of Graffiti’s barbacoa bun. For $9.50 you get to pick your protein (the chorizo cooked on sister restaurant Ascua’s wood-fire grill sounds pretty good to us), add a yummy chopped veggie, quinoa and herb salad and choose from the four sauces available (hello spicy adobo mayo!). Lunch time has never tasted so good.
For brekky we think it’s all about the Portuguese tarts, because why the hell not?! But Graffiti also does some epic muffins if you’re not into dessert for breakfast—chorizo, comte cheese and piquillo pepper muffin, anyone? There’s also a freaking amazing banana bread and Nutella muffin topped with caramelised banana and more Nutella if your sweet tooth can’t be tamed. And for the health freaks out there, go the sago granola cup with yoghurt and fruit compote. Whatever you choose, your taste buds are in for a treat.
To celebrate their opening, Graffiti will be giving away mini Portuguese tarts to their first 200 customers on Wednesday 4 October—so run, don’t walk!
Plus, they’re running a competition to win free coffee for a year. To be in with a chance all you have to do is visit Graffiti, snap a pic of your coffee in front of their graffiti wall and post it to Instagram tagging @graffiti_on_king and #meetatgraffiti. Click here for more details.
Open Monday to Friday from 6:30am to 2pm, be sure to follow Graffiti on Instagram and pop in regularly for the goods!
Image credit: Emma Bryant