A quick stop at Crooked Spire Coffee House, Midland

Crooked Spire

I had an early start in Midland this morning and needed a coffee and something for breakfast, so decided to visit Crooked Spire Coffee House.

Crooked SpireI had an early start in Midland this morning – and no milk at home – so I needed somewhere to grab my morning coffee and something light (or tempting) for breakfast, and decided to visit Crooked Spire Coffee House.

The first thing that stands out is that it’s BIG inside – there’s no way you could afford to do something like this closer to the city. Parking is plentiful, there’s a car park right outside and spots also on the street. Seating is all benches and couches, but at least there’s plenty of them.

Crooked SpireCoffee is from Yahava which I often find to be overrated but I enjoyed my cup today – maybe they just know how to make it properly. When it comes to food, there isn’t a menu as such, just a selection of cakes / slices on the counter plus some savoury wraps.

I also tried some rather good banana bread, which was toasted and brought to my table – very quickly I should add – with some Lurpak for $5. Great stuff.

No frills but good product, efficient service and a $10 breakfast – sometimes that’s all you need.

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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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