With yesterday filled to the brim with students, gigs and way, way too much rain for a Perth spring, I knew today needed to be a day of good food and great company.
Gusto Food is a cute boutique cafe located on Angove Street in South Perth serving its own array of gourmet food. Nattering guests (mostly locals) pile out the door waiting for tables as the cafe buzzes with happy customers filling up on pulled pork sandwiches (yep - pulled pork for breakfast!), homemade crumpets, donuts and perfectly cooked eggs.
Claire went for her usual - the pulled pork sandwich.
While I went for goats cheese scrambled eggs with grilled tomato, basil and quinoa crunch on ciabatta toast.
With a large selection of house-baked goods, as well as gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options available, this is a great little spot for everyone.
If you are in the area, I highly recommend Gusto's for guaranteed good food and coffee. It is open for breakfast and lunch Tuesday to Sunday. The menu changes regularly and its breakfast menu is different each day of the weekend making it hard to resist returning simply to sample all the goodies on offer!
My afternoon was spent in the beautiful Perth Town Hall celebrating the launch of the West Australian Camerata. My string quartet, Mill Point Quartet, was invited to be an integral part of this new chamber orchestra and we are incredibly excited to see it successfully launch onto the Perth music scene*.
What did you get up to this weekend?