Tracks, West Leederville – Quick breakfast review

Tracks

The area of West Leederville close to Loftus street isn’t particularly glamorous  – and it’s pretty dead on weekends -however it is home to three great cafes – Hylin, Aliment and Tracks. We’ve been to Hylin and Aliment several times – both are now entrenched on our “regular” list – and today we decided to complete the set by trying Tracks.

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Tracks looks small from the outside, but there is actually plenty of seating available and some of it is  rather comfy. We arrived just after 7:30am on Saturday morning, and it was very quiet – good to note if you’re not into crowds, like us. (Aliment is also a good choice for a quiet Saturday morning brekkie, although make sure you arrive early if you’re going to Hylin…)

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We started with coffee, of course, although Tracks  also offers a tempting selection of smoothies (blackberry & basil caught my attention), citron pressé (made with lemon juice & sparkling water) and intriguing peachade & blue lemonade.

The coffee looked good and didn’t disappoint, although sugar was nowhere to be seen and had to be requested.

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The “all day brunch” menu isn’t huge, but there are a few interesting choices and the pricing is very reasonable – I’ll let it speak for itself. Today’s special was a very tempting pulled-pork Benedict ($17.50)

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I was in the mood for some basic savoury action, so chose the belly bacon, pork sausage, mushrooms, eggs and tomato ($16.50). The pork sausage was huge and of very high quality, the bacon of higher quality than on most breakfasts but the real star for me was the eggs – a mound of creamy, yellow goodness that will probably take me back to Tracks whenever I fancy scrambled eggs. Yes, they were that good.

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Renay resisted the temptation to order the burger and chose the mushrooms with roast peppers, avocado, spinach and poached eggs ($15.50). She really enjoyed this dish, and wasn’t expecting the combination to be so delicious. her poached eggs were also perfectly cooked.

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Tracks is open from 7am Monday to Saturday, but like Hylin and Aliment it’s closed on Sunday which is a shame, but understandable given the area. We enjoyed our visit to Tracks, and will certainly be going back.

Recommended.

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About the author

Martin

Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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