At the Swan Valley Vegetarian Café everything is made from scratch, gluten free and of course there is no meat. What you will find is tasty breakfasts and lunches, delicious cakes, and raw treats. We popped by for something sweet on a weekend morning tea. If you’re not a vegetarian, that’s ok! If you anyone in your family has a physical reaction to gluten, certain food additives, preservatives and flavour enhancers, or if you’re vegetarian or vegan – you’ll appreciate the cleaner, greener menu options here.
Sit inside, or out in the shady courtyard. It’s completely surrounded by plants. If it’s a rainy day, there are plenty of books to read and board games. There’s a shaded sand pit area with some toddler equipment to climb on, keeping grandchildren occupied, while you sit close by.
There’s also a small plant nursery next door, where you can pick up some fabulous and well-priced succulents, indoor plants and much more. I found some lovely little viola flowers for my garden, at just $1 a punnet – so I bought a whole box full!
The owner is also a naturopath by trade. She formulates and hand blends her own range of herbal teas, made to help a vast range of health complaints. You can enjoy a cuppa at the café in one of their beautiful cups or even take home some tea bags!
There’s a good range of breakfast and lunch options. We enjoyed a slice of chocolate cake. My daughter is gluten free, so she was very happy she could order anything from the menu. The moist magic bean chocolate cake was heavenly and not heavy at all. Served with a little cashew cream, it was pretty healthy too!
All In All
The Swan Valley Vegetarian Café offers fresh and healthy food, which is tasty too. Their lush courtyard is a great spot to sit for a bite to eat, over a herbal tea.
Address: at 990 Great Northern Highway, Millendon, Perth
Phone: 9296 6320
Parking: Car park on site
Disabled Access: Limited. Ramps to front of Cafe but steps to go out into garden. Side gate to garden open on weekends. The toilets are not disabled sized toilets but they do include handrails.
Grandchild Friendly: Yes, kids menu, play area for younger children, books and board games.
Fur Babies: Dogs are welcome on a leash in the outdoor area. There are Pawsome dog biscuits too.
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