Little Bird Cafe, Northbridge

Little Bird CafeWebsite: https://www.facebook.com/TheLittleBirdCafe

The Little Bird Cafe located on Lake Street in Northbridge was recommended by my sister’s friend for its smoothies – the Green Smoothie in particular was highly recommended. After checking out the photos on Urbanspoon, my family and I decided to head there for breakfast one weekend. Some of the photos of the food at the Little Bird Cafe just looked so picturesque!

The Little Bird Cafe is quite big in size, with a spacious indoor area, outdoor high benches near the entrance and a courtyard area. The decor was very cool, retro and antiquey, there are a few items that will make you look twice out of admiration. I really like the multi-colored lampshade sitting on the table! Apologies to my readers as I forgot to take a photo of it to show you! I also like the live entertainment that came from the guitarist, gracing us with his songs and singing throughout our meal. Absolutely loved the atmosphere.

Orders are taken at the counter and there was a long queue on the Saturday we were there. The place was buzzing. We checked out the menu and proceeded to the counter. This was when I noticed that besides the breakfast and burger menu which seemed limited, there are actually lots of other food available, mostly displayed at the counter, including hot soups, wraps, croissants, bagels, paninis with various fillings. There is also a table full of delicious looking cakes! All homemade and freshly baked. They were so enticing!

At the counter

Check out the cakes!

I couldn’t go pass not ordering a slice of cake! I got the Baked Cheesecake ($6.50) and it was really good! Moist, soft and decorated beautifully, served with a small pitcher of cream. Delicious! I could eat one all by myself!

Baked Cheesecake

On the way back to our table, I walked past the water station and saw these lovely water jugs filled with slices of fruits! Now that’s a first! Water jugs

We took one with cherries and slices of oranges in it 🙂

Our jug of water with orange and cherries!OK, now to our orders. For drinks, my parents had a Latte and Chai Latte which they liked.

Chai Latte and Latte

Meanwhile my sister and I ordered from the Organic Smoothies board. There were quite a few to choose from. I ended up with the Peanut butter + Choc ($8) and she had the Green Smoothie ($8). Well, she did recommended this place because of the Green Smoothie! There’s no other choice but to try it!

Peanut butter + choc and Green smoothies

My Peanut butter + Choc Smoothie consisted of almond milk, peanuts, raw cacao, date and banana. It was really creamy and filling! The banana taste was very strong which was nice at the beginning but became overpowering after awhile. I didn’t manage to finish the whole drink. It was an overload having this with the Baked Cheesecake as well! Initially I had thought the price was quite expensive for a smoothie but after checking out the ingredients I could understand why. Almond milk and raw cacao don’t come cheap!

My sister’s Green Smoothie was made of apple, spinach, lemon, banana, kiwifruit and chia seeds. She didn’t end up liking the drink as the taste of banana was quite strong in it too.

We had the following for breakfast…

  • Honey + Almond Granola ($15.50) – gluten and diary free with vanilla bean coconut yoghurt, strawberries and almond milk

Honey + Almond Granola

Pretty as a picture! The granola was crunchy with a slight honey undertone through it. Quite refreshing with the juicy strawberries strewn on top. A simple dish but nice.

  • Sweet Potato & Pancetta Hash ($20) which came with poached egg and pear salad

Sweet Potato & Pancetta Hash

I shared a bit of this with sis and thought there were too many sweet potato chunks in this. Too much carbs. I think I would struggle to finish this myself as it’s a heavy dish.

  • Chicken Burger ($14.50) – Mount Barker chicken, cheese, tomato, leaves, aioli

Chicken Burger

The composition in the burger sounded too simple but the Chicken Burger turned out to be quite delicious! Fresh ingredients, toasted bun and the clincher being the aioli sauce. The small portion I ate left me satisfied and wanting more.

  • Bird Benedict ($16.90) – Sourdough, spinach, fresh range eggs, bacon, hollandaise

Birds Benedict

This looked nice, check out the hollandaise sauce! It looks so creamy and tasty. I didn’t get to try this nor ask the opinion of the consumer so I would have to just satisfy myself with the photo :p

All in all, it was a good breakfast, more so as I was excited about the variety of cakes available and the beautifully presented dishes. Loved the ambiance, I would come back for a coffee and try every single cake they have if I could!

Rating: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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3 Comments

  • Gourmet Burger

    September 11, 2014

    I have been there. It’s cool, good place to chill out!!

    Reply
    • Miss L

      September 19, 2014

      And lovely cakes too!!

      Reply

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