Pitcher and Iron
Doing its best to give Perth a wafflesome experience, Pitcher and Iron is a mecca for delicious waffle dishes. You need to hit it up for a hearty breakfast or brunch on the double—or just a really, really, good afternoon snack (although these waffles are more like a whole meal). Think classic breakfast favourites, but paired with your choice between freshly made Belgian or Liege waffles for a delicious twist.
There’s a little something for everyone here: go for a Brussels if you like your waffle light and crispy with deep pockets to fill with all that maple syrup; or opt for the Liege for a dense, buttery, and real sugary plate of waffley goodness.
You’ll be spoiled for choice at Pitcher and Iron with its delectable offering of perfect plates. If you’re all about that fruity life, why not try The Duchess? We’d recommend getting it with a deliciously sweet Liege waffle: think fresh strawberry couli drizzled over strawberries, lychees, fairy floss and lemon cheesecake ice cream. BRB, we’re off to grab a fork.
We absolutely cannot talk about these bad boys without mentioning Pitcher and Iron’s funkiest creation yet—the Matcha Panda. Go on a culinary journey to Japan with this amazing charcoal waffle topped off with an abundance of goodies. Chow it down with toasted sesame, red beans, matcha ice cream, whipped cream and matcha chocolate sauce.
The waffles here aren’t just a tasty treat, they're a way of life. It would be unfair to just try one, so make it a point to taste everything. If you didn’t eat enough hot cross buns this Easter then don’t fret: why not try the Philly Maple instead—their take on a hot cross bun? Think of a cinnamon Liege waffle with maple-infused cream cheese and ice cream.
Don’t forget to grab yourself a drink to wash it all down: we’re loving the Virgin Mojito (which is fresh as a daisy, might we add) and the Red Apple Ice Tea made with rooibos tea and mint leaves for all you caffeine-free folk out there.
That’s right, we’ve finally discovered what real happiness is.
Image credit: Alice Dolphin