The Dizzy Witch Cafe

7 January, 2011

Firstly… say hello to another rarity – a place that does ALL DAY BREAKFAST! I love these little finds! The Dizzy Witch Cafe is conveniently located in the quiet part of Northbridge so you can enjoy your breakfast without seeing the ravers still meandering about after a night at Rise Nightclub (as funny as it is to watch). Shirley Adams, Clive and I met at the cafe for an impromptu brekky together and as we sat down Clive commented how it had the feel of an old English tea room with a quirky hippy edge. I think that describes it perfectly!

The menu is quite cool with most of the dishes having Wicca themed names. Prices ranged from $5.50 for “Toast the Witch” up to $18.50 for “The Warlocks Last Meal” – organic bacon, free range eggs, grilled tomato, potato rosti, Dizzy’s mushrooms, sausage and toast (vegetarian option also available). Dizzy’s mushrooms are something truly amazing, but I will get to those shortly! The menu choices are fairly standard for breakfast with the only “different” dish being the Moroccan Eggs – Fried free range eggs with home-made dukkah, hommus, mint, red onion & tomato relish on Turkish bread. This is in no way a negative aspect because The Dizzy Witch does their breakfast so well, better than some places who have menus full of weird and wonderful “breakfast” meals.

You have to go up to the counter to order at the cafe and the staff taking orders were really friendly. I heard them chatting with regulars and even remembering their coffee orders. Wow. Clive and I both ordered coffees, I got a freshly squeezed OJ and for food I ordered the Moroccan Eggs and Clive chose Mushrooms on Toast Esmeralda – Mushrooms with thyme, garlic and cream on toasted organic bread with sausages. Shirley Adams also ordered a coffee and a chocolate milkshake and for food she had the Warlocks Last Meal.

The drinks came out in good time. The cappuccino tasted different, like they had used dark chocolate on top. I enjoyed the coffee, it had a nice rich flavour that wasn’t bitter and the temperature was also perfect. The OJ was delicious. It really was freshly squeezed and had a natural sweetness.

Our meals were so delicious… my mouth is watering thinking about it! The Moroccan Eggs were amazing. I love dukkah and the combination of that with the hommus and fresh mint and relish was perfect. No flavour was more overpowering than the other, it was balanced and flavoursome.

Clive’s meal was like nothing I had ever seen. Those mushrooms and their creamy sauce were delicious (yes I tasted his food for him… just to make sure it was ok to eat). Clive said it was the first time he had sour dough that he really liked and he didn’t know how else to describe the mushrooms except that they were really really nice and it was good to have them cooked another way other than fried.

Here is Shirley Adam’s review of her breakfast,
“I would have to say it was one of the best breakfasts I have had in a long time. The food was exceptional. I ordered their version of the big breakfast and it came out with 2 eggs of choice (I did my usual scrambled- was awesome nice and creamy) bacon (cooked to perfection), roma tomato (full of flavour), sausage, hash browns and the best mushrooms I have ever had. Both me and Clive agreed they were awesome, they came in a garlic cream butter and were perfect.

The only let down was the drinks, being the guzzle guts I was already being that morning with my meal size, I ordered a skinny cap and chocolate milkshake. There was something not quite right with the shake it was ok and not icy cold enough. The coffee wasn’t too bad (they’d used cocoa sprinkles rather than chocolate- which was different)”

The Dizzy Witch Cafe has now become Shirley Adam’s regular haunt (lol haunt) and I have been recommending it to anyone who asks. The food is amazing and the service is spot on. Definitely somewhere to visit again! 

197-199 Brisbane St, Northbridge
Breakfast served from 7am, Tues-Sun

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  • Reply theantinerd 8 January, 2011 at 3:56 am

    >Oh my! I'm so there tomorrow morning. Thanks Liz!

    Scotty x

  • Reply Liz @ Breakfast In Perth 8 January, 2011 at 4:33 am

    >omg… make sure you try the mushrooms!!!

  • Reply alex sunday 10 January, 2011 at 1:11 am

    >good to know! i often walk past here – don't like the decor but those mushrooms sound good enough to ignore that. or do i want the moroccan eggs?….

  • Reply Liz @ Breakfast In Perth 10 January, 2011 at 3:47 am

    >Go… moroccan eggs WITH a side of mushrooms. :)

  • Reply Anonymous 13 January, 2011 at 1:04 am

    >With the dizzy witch – if you shop at coles, on the back of the shopper docket, if you buy one full breakfast you get another half price!


  • Reply Anonymous 16 January, 2011 at 3:10 am

    >My girlfriend and I tried the scrambled eggs with fetta and spinach on sour dough, we added tomato….it was amazing and the sour dough was incredible mmm mmm service was terrific!

  • Reply Liz @ Breakfast In Perth 17 January, 2011 at 8:45 am

    >That's great to hear! Glad you guys enjoyed it.

    Thanks for the tip Lise! It's that time of the year that we all want to be a bit more careful with the cashola!

  • Reply Gareth 13 February, 2011 at 2:22 am

    >Amazing, we went there this morning on your advice….what an awesome brekky…the eggs benedict were incredible, and the scrambled egg my partner had were divine…the coffee was lovely too

  • Reply Liz @ Breakfast In Perth 13 February, 2011 at 2:55 am

    >Thanks for the feedback. Glad you liked it just as much as we did Gareth!

  • Reply miss marian 13 February, 2011 at 7:28 am

    >Thanks for mentioning this place…the moroccan eggs were a nice surprise =)

  • Reply Felina 10 March, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    >hi liz..intersting blog ! planning a trip to western asutralia this october. now i know where to get good breakfast :)im from Msia by the way.

  • Reply Liz @ Breakfast In Perth 10 March, 2011 at 11:46 pm

    >Hi Felina

    Thanks for the feedback! I hope you have a great time when you come to Australia.

    I love Malaysia! Especially the food :) Hawkers food mmm yum!

  • Reply Anonymous 13 April, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    >Really glad you liked it this much :) I still go the regularly even though don't even live in NB anymore :)

    – Miltzu

  • Reply Liz @ Breakfast In Perth 15 April, 2011 at 3:51 am

    >Thanks hun! I tell everyone to go there!

  • Reply Anonymous 13 June, 2011 at 5:20 am

    >This sounds amazing! I'm making it the top of my to-do list to visit :) Recently had scrambled eggs with feta on turkish bread topped with dukkah at a little cafe on the main strip in Applecross – yummy! Can't wait to try this cafe!!

  • Reply Liz @ Breakfast In Perth 31 July, 2011 at 2:48 am

    >Did you try Dizzy Witch yet? I hope you liked it!

    What was the name of the place in Applecross you mentioned?

  • Reply Kate 23 October, 2011 at 4:16 am

    >Took your advice and ventured here today, only stumbled accross your blog this morning while trying to find a new place to go for Breakfast! Thanks so much for a great post and a great blog! Loved the cafe!! X

  • Reply Liz @ Breakfast In Perth 23 October, 2011 at 9:27 am

    >I am glad you liked it Kate!

    Thanks for reading :)

  • Reply foodie cravings 17 June, 2012 at 2:03 am

    I love dizzy witch cafe – it’s become my fav breakfast place and yep because of the all day breakfast option you mention :) I also love that the juices come in a massive glass – I always go a fresh juice & a coffee.

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