Sunday, August 12, 2012

There's nothing humble about toast.....!


Whenever Dave and Courtney fly in from Sydney we take it as an opportunity to try somewhere new for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Yesterday it was a breakfast rendezvous and on recommendation from a friend we tried Toast, (you have to check out the menu, the toast at Toast is so much more than just toast!) in Claisebrooke Cove East Perth. It's hard to believe that before the East Perth redevelopment this was a heavy industrial area..to buy one of these apartments here now would be an 'if I win the lottery' kind of deal. Well the saying 'it's all or nothing' sure applies to this weekend for me, three birthdays and four separate family events, it's lucky I have such a great family, I have to say that incase they read this haha!! I hope your weekend is a little less hectic, take care.....
 

34 comments:

  1. I'll take the French toast with ricotta, blueberries and maple syrup please!

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  2. Yep, I'm with Lois! Sounds delicious! This looks like a lovely area -- lovely and pricey, I'm sure!! Great shots for the day! Hope you and your family enjoy a wonderful weekend and visit!

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  3. Herrlich, und immer dieser tolle blaue Himmel...

    Lieben Gruß
    CL

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  4. Looks like a great area Grace. Enjoy your family weekend!

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  5. Does indeed look like a great area to live in. It's terrfic how most major cities are redeveloping waterfronts to make them livable, the only downside being the expense of that living!

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  6. One of my favourite suburbs of Perth!!

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  7. Hectic but fun for you I hope!

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  8. now I am hungry... enjoy the family time and the creating of more wonderful memories.

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  9. Hmmmmm..... Tomorrow, french toast here!

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  10. I love the sound of that...we eat at a place called "Toast of Charleston" when we are in South Carolina - not the same, I am sure, but equally delightful. I am glad you have such a nice big family - makes for fun times!

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  11. Looks wonderful! Fig and walnut toast for me, please :-)

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  12. I dunno about Toast, and I'd sure give it a try, but that whole area is fascinating and immensely attractive to me. If I'm ever in Perth I shall scoot on over there, probably without thy extended family, though! ;-)

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  13. Give me vegemite on toast anyday yum!.

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  14. Gourmet toast! Haven't heard of that one before. Have a terrific Sunday Grace. I'm eating my gourmet corn flakes.

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  15. Toast is not just toast. Indeed, it is so much more than toast...

    Sounds like you are slipping into one of those Zen riddles. Looks like a pleasant venue, in any event.

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  16. Breakfast breaks my heart. I always love to explore all sorts of restaurants to taste various local farm produce.

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  17. I like a restaurant that has a great menu selection. Great shots.

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  18. Never saw this area Grace - it's stunning! with a stunning price tag.....

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  19. What a gorgeous area! I'd certainly be drawn there!

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  20. Como siempre estupendas las fotos que nos has dejado.

    Saludos y un abrazo.

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  21. What a gorgeous day you display in these photos! Everyone is out and about enjoying life:) Today I went for a hike and NO ONE was one the trail. I felt like I was going to be murdered! I went into some weird cool place full of wildlife and I guess it was good that no one was around or I wouldn't have gotten all the shots. What fun!

    There is nothing common about toast. Toast is life:) Butter and honey drizzled on top is delish:) And you have me laughing about the family reading the blog. I have to do the same thing sometimes. Sometimes I don't post the family stuff up on my facebook:) Big families are awesome. Sounds like you may have had a lot of cake:)

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  22. I can't believe that you have all that glorious Winter sunshine! We still have close to none on my peninsula! Such gorgeous river views! For some strange reason I think of the French Riviera - as I imagine it may be.

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  23. Weeks with guests can be VERY crazy and way too hectic... but worth it in the long run and in the moment.

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  24. What a beautiful day! I love to see revitalization of ares!

    I have eaten at a Toast in North Carolina...wonder if it's a chain?

    Sounds like a busy weekend. Enjoy!

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  25. It looks like a fine place to visit, and the weather looked great for winter weather.

    It is easy to spot Aimee when she wanders off, isn't it?

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  26. Hectic but fun! And a gorgeous area. Thank you for both the beautiful photos and sunny sun (you're inspiring me to get a real camera, haha! :)

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  27. If I ever win the lottery I will check out these apartments.

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  28. When you said, “you have to check out the menu, the toast at Toast is so much more than just toast!” I clicked the link. I as read through the menu, I suddenly became hungry. I must try that toast at Toast! :D

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  29. What a really nice place you've shown us here, Grace!

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  30. Nice posting, both images and text.
    Hope you have had a nice weekend!?

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