Little H in Duncraig packs a BIG punch! Found close to the Duncraig shopping centre, it’s somewhat of a local favourite and we’ve popped in a few times, after watching our grandson play TBall nearby.
As the name suggests, the café is small, but with the recent addition of an outdoor patio, there are plenty of places to sit at the bustling place. Ideally, we’d sit outside on a pleasant day, as the café can get noisy inside when full. The concrete walls and broken up with many lush green indoor plants. It’s a lovely space.
A friendly and accommodating waitress pushed a few hexagonal tables together, for our group of five. The odd table shape is a little impractical, since you can’t fit a lot of plates and mugs on it. The coffee is always good here. And we love that there is an option for it to be served in big mugs.
Little H – The Food
The all-day menu features lots of brekkie dishes, as well as salads and burgers for later in the day. Despite it being a very busy Saturday morning, our dishes arrived promptly. I really enjoyed the fish and chips, for an “early lunch”. The golden fried fish was fresh and tasty, served with a well-dressed slaw. I loved the sweet potato chips too.
My husband devoured the brunch dish of bubble and squeak ($19). Though it wasn’t served in the traditional way he’d expected, with spicy siracha hollandaise, he enjoyed the modern take on this classic British dish. The dish consists of pan fried potatoes, cabbage, bacon, chorizo, spinach, sourdough, a siracha hollandaise, and poached egg.
All in all, another visit to Little H has cemented our love for this brilliant brunch spot. Their sister café The Little Bay is also worth trying for brunch or lunch. And if you’re heading down south – Meelup Farmhouse at Eagle Bay has also opened recently. The tasty food at Little H is always top quality and I’m sure we’ll be back again soon.
Little H Duncraig – The Details
Address: 34 Marri Road, Duncraig
Phone: 0448 181 803
Parking: Plenty of parking in the neighbouring car park.
Grandchild friendly: yes, a kid’s menu is offered.
Dog Friendly: yes, dogs are welcome on a leash outside, where you’ll find water bowls for them.
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