Fremantle is one place where one can have their very own foodie adventure. Food and coffee lies in every corner of Fremantle, where some of them are definitely worth a visit. As we were walking along the streets in Fremantle, we stumbled upon Two Rubens Espresso.
To start off, I had the Pantera Rosa juice ($7.50) which is a mix of watermelon, strawberry, apple mint and lemon. It was a very nice and refreshing drink to start off the day.
Pantera Rosa Juice
Dad had the Rubens ($15) which consists of either poached or scrambled eggs, short cut bacon, avocado, rocket, bulgarian goat cheese with balsamic reduction and buttered ciabatta. Dad enjoyed his dish and thought that it was really delicious and fresh in flavour.
Mum had the Full Brekky ($18), consisting of a choice of poached or scrambled eggs, short cut bacon, house beans, grilled spicy chorizo, lemon and rocket, frilled cherry tomatoes and buttered ciabatta. The full brekky was full of flavour. The eggs were poached perfectly with that oozing orange liquid goodness when you put your knife through. Each of the element on the plate complements each other well.
I had the Scrambled Eggs On Toast with Coffee ($10). The scrambled eggs were smooth and creamy. With a hint of curry powder, it gives the scrambled eggs an additional texture. And for all the coffee lovers out there, the coffee at Two Rubens is really good too!
Scrambled Eggs on Toast
To finish, we also had a slice of lemon and pistachio ($1.50), lemon and cranberry ($2.50) and chocolate with mix nuts and coconut flake ($5.50).
Top left : Chocolate with mix nuts and coconut flake slice. Top right: Lemon and pistachio slice. Bottom: Lemon and Cranberry slice
Overall, we were happy and satisfied with our brunch. The service was also friendly and efficient. Together with the courtyard behind and its mismatched decorations and furnishings, the atmosphere at Two Rubens was lovely and homely. A true hidden gem in Fremantle.
Mel’s Rating : mmmm (excellent)