Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Caffe Vero

It has been a while since I reviewed a restaurant! Caffe Vero is a little place in Subiaco along Rokeby Rd. From the front, it looks cramp. Little did I know there is a bigger alfresco place behind the cafe which is where we chose to sit. It was a lovely day and the place was FILLED with footy supporters (being a Saturday). However, they soon left (to attend the game I presume!), and suddenly the cafe became really quiet!

These pictures were taken before I really got into the feel of being a foodie-hence alot of details, such as the interior and how the alfresco area looked like was missed *blush*.



Instinct took over when I saw this mug of mocha! Have to take a picture of that! The presentation is lovely!




The only complain we have is that following our orders, we were informed that they ran out of calamari. Then, we ordered a seafood basket-and they came back to say "sorry, we ran out of ALL seafood" DOH DOH DOH.

So we ordered a lasagna. Good portion with a generous serving of salad. I felt really full that day so only took a few bites out from there. Filled with cheese and generous with the beef-I don't think I have tasted such a lasagna for ages!



That was my order. Old-timer favourite. I think a good cafe should make a decent pumpkin soup...and they did! It was thick and flavorsome. I couldn't finish that!

This is a classic restaurant that we shouldn't be fooled by how it looks on the exterior! A huge variety of sandwiches, pitas and other classic dishes... I don't think it will stay a secret for too long. There were LCD monitors on the wall at the alfresco area as well.

If I remember correctly, we spent just under $25 (with a 25% discount voucher from Entertainment book) which is quite a feat for an Australian eatery.



Caffe Vero
137A Rokeby Rd
Subiaco, WA 6008, Australia
+61 8 6380 1737

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9 comments:

tankiasu said...

Oh you live near Subiaco? Went to the church there once while visiting friends. I studied in Adelaide a couple of years back. :)

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Great cuppa of joe there! Love pumpkin soup too. Pumpkin season is coming up over here, and I can't wait til then! :)

Big Boys Oven said...

Lovely food......

wmw said...

hehe...seeing that Latte reminds me of Jack Hanna. He's in Sydney, quick! LOL... Thanks for dropping by my blog!

Kelly Mahoney said...

Looks like a delicious meal. The lasagna looks like what my mom makes :)

daphne said...

tankiasu- I'm about 20 mins away frm Subi. I head to station street markets for my fresh vege marketing so we visit subi pretty often!

east meets west- hehe.. sounds like you have something in mind to make with the pumpkin!

Big boys oven- definitely! they have a good range of cakes too.

wmv-no worries! your blog is lovely! Jack Hanna? *puzzled look*

Kelly- really? Your mum make such good lasagna? quick, book me an air ticket!!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Love that mocha of yours, so good! Believe it or not, I have not had a pumpkin soup before!

daphne said...

Little corner- the mocha tasted great too! you have to try pumpkin soup!! It's smooth and good!!

James said...

tankiasu- I'm about 20 mins away frm Subi. I head to station street markets for my fresh vege marketing so we visit subi pretty often!

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