If you’re looking for a cafe that has a relaxed vibe and offers a range of fresh and healthy menu options, then Koorak Cafe, meaning ‘place of bush tucker’ in local Noongar language, might just be the perfect spot for you.
What was once Stickybeaks, the cafe has undergone a renovation with a modern look, extra seating and featuring native fauna artwork that pays homage to its setting in Kings Park.
The breakfast and lunch menu at Koorak is impressive, with plenty of options to suit all tastes and dietary requirements. However, it’s worth noting that the meals are on the pricier side for a family outing with an average cost of around $25.90 for a main and $14.50 for a kid’s meal. Another update is that the cafe is now licensed with a large selection of drinks and cocktails.
Nonetheless, the quality of the food is excellent! We tried out the grilled chicken burger, salmon poke bowl (very visually pleasing), and the kids fish and chips (KFC).
Another feature of Koorak is the availability of a takeaway kiosk tucked away in the back. This is an alternative option for families who come to enjoy the playground and do not wish to dine-in.
The kiosk offers a range of sweet and savoury options, as well as coffee.
In addition to its cafe and takeaway offerings, Koorak is also available for functions in the Mangatj Pavilion Community Shelter. This makes it an ideal spot for hosting birthday parties and other celebrations. The pavilion can be booked for 2-hour timeslots, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
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