Stadium Cafe is a friendly inner-city café found just a few blocks south of Crown. After a sports carnival in the city, we stopped by this new-ish spot to refuel with a delicious brunch.
At Stadium Café, which incidentally isn’t at Optus Stadium, there’s seating inside and out. A long table dominates the center of the dining room, which is handy for groups.
The coffee is excellent – one of my favourites – Gesha Coffee from Freo.
The Stadium cafe menu serves up breakfast, brunch and lunch on an all-day menu that has an Asian feel. There’s eggs bene, nourish bowls, chili scrambled eggs and more. A stand out on the menu are the savory waffle dishes. And Little Chef just HAD to try the Korean fried chicken – served with spicy mayo, maple syrup, peanuts and a little chilli. I love it when he’s adventurous!
I enjoyed an avo on toast, served with gluten free bread, it is usually served on sourdough. The fetta-whipped avocado was nicely seasoned and topped with two runny eggs and a sprinkle of dukka.
Being late in the morning, Chef chose the KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) Burger with gochujang jam, cucumber, cabbage, pickled radish, tomato, red onion, melted cheddar and a side of fries. The crispy chicken burger got an enthusiastic thumbs up from Chef.
If you have kids in tow, there’s a separate playroom, ideal for toddlers and kindies who will just love the play kitchen, blackboard, books and toys. It would be great to see Stadium Café offer a separate kids menu too.
The café ticks all our boxes, great coffee, tasty food and friendly service. You should check it out too.
Find Stadium Cafe at 25D Gallipoli St, Lathlain.
Get more information on their website. www.stadiumcafe.com.au
*I was invited to Stadium Café, all words and opinions are my own*