Why oh why oh why have I not visited Taylor’s Cafe until now? This gorgeous café is an absolute hidden gem! Its rustic charm sums up everything I love about the Swan Valley. Step through the entrance and discover the quaintest courtyard garden, shaded by gum trees and overhanging vines.Mismatched tables and chairs tucked into nooks and crannies add to the charm.
The charm also extends inside where you’ll find an array of cosy dining areas catering for small to large groups.
Taylor’s Cafe has several high chairs available including this cute retro one. The bathroom has baby change facilities plus a booster seat for the toilet. There is a large sandpit filled with sand toys that kept our kids busy for the whole time we were there.
Taylor’s Café is passionate about serving fresh, organic food and quality coffee. Their menu changes with the season so there are always new dishes to enjoy.Taylor’s Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. They do not hold a liquor licence, but you are welcome to BYO at a cost per person. Breakfast is served 7.30am – 11.30am and lunch 11.30am – 3pmIt was hard to choose from the menu as everything sounded so good! In the end, I opted for the Grilled Chicken Salad which consists of a marinated free-range chicken breast with feta, pear and walnut salad, roasted pumpkin, fresh cucumber, capsicum, mixed greens and candied walnut. The portion was a great size and it was so yummy!My companion went for the Bacon and Eggs which a side of avocado.Taylor’s Café also offers a kids menu. We went for the Kids Pancakes which are two pancakes served with maple syrup, banana, strawberries, cream and icing sugar. The portion was huge!We also opted for the kids’ bacon and eggs.Lunch options include burger & chips, Risotto and a ham and cheese Panini. Kids juices, smoothies and milkshakes are all priced. Our kids went for the Chittering Valley orange juice which was freshly squeezed and tasted divine!
If you are just popping in for coffee and cake, then you won’t be disappointed with the fantastic choice freshly baked in the kitchen each day. Taylor’s Art & Coffee House is now firmly on my list of favourite places to visit in the Swan Valley. Taylor’s Cafe is located at 510 Great Northern Hwy, Middle Swan. There is a large car park to the rear of the café. Opening hours are Tuesday – Sunday 7.30am – 4pm.
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