RABBIT IN THE MOON

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A unique brunch spot in Fremantle, Rabbit in the Moon in North Fremantle is full of colour and quirkiness. As soon as you walk in, you’re taken away in an array of colour- it kind of makes me reminisce to a junior school art class with their inside plants, yellow bikes and bold colours painted everywhere.


We began our breakfast date in the corner sitting in bright blue chairs, Brazilian coffee bags on the walls above us and a big palm plant next to us. I knew that the cafe were renowned for their music note latte art, so when I ordered my cappuccino I thought I might as well ask for it just in case. To my surprise, instead the very friendly barista did something even better- a coastal sunset island. Pairing that with their famous ‘Strawberry Latte’ that was just sips of pure goodness, I knew that it was going to be one of my favourite spots for the summer.

We began with the blueberry coconut chia pudding- served with caramelised banana, berry compote and fresh blueberries, this breakfast was oh so refreshing and light for a summers morning. Although it was healthy, it was still extremely filling. Paired with that, the cranberry apple bircher museli- its horizontal layout was so ‘insta-worthy’ with rose petals, fruit and a beautiful blush panna cotta.

You dont usually see an aesthetic avo smash with pretty pink petals and bright colours. Rabbit in the moon’s speciality of colour was definitely displayed in this dish. Although there was limited avo, there was quite a lot of moonblush and ripe tomatoes and the added side of bacon I ordered was very generous. The chorizo scrambled egg had an awesome kick of fresh chilli incorporated as well as wilted spinach. The chorizo was added a unique flavour to the scrambled eggs which you don’t often see in scrambled eggs on the menu.


A definite must-try if you’re in Fremantle. Unfortunately I did not get to try their Brownie shake and Unicorn shakes which are popular picks- but I will definitely be back to try.

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