Friday, September 12, 2014

Coffee.. with a side of salad?



Usually associated with alcoholic beverages 'happy hour' here in Perth can also refer to coffee. According to the Business Insider Australia at an average of $4.31 per cappuccino against $3.93 in other Australian cities Perth is the most expensive.. but if you read the article, on the plus side if you're into lettuce in a big way and who isn't :) Perth is the place to be! Tucked away under the stairs leading up to Trinity Church on St. Georges Terrace the inviting glow from Tartine Cafe delivers on it's promise of un très bon café! Happy Friday, take care.. p.s. how much is coffee in your neck of the woods?


31 comments:

  1. Coffee here in the northwest is pretty expensive, but I'm a tea-drinker, too, so that helps -- a little!! This is a great looking place though!! I'd love to have a cup of their coffee -- right now, as a matter of fact!! Hope you have a lovely weekend, Grace!! Enjoy!!

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  2. Well, let's see...we don't call Starbucks "Fourbucks" for nothing!

    I'm not a coffee drinker, but I do love a good salad!

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  3. Cool location. Like an mc Escher! ♥

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  4. I think about the same price, Grace. I don't drink coffee so I am not sure!

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  5. Looks like a fine cafe, but afternoon is too late in the day for coffee. It's a morning drink. Right, who doesn't like salad? Grace, thank you for your recent comments on my blog. Appreciate those.

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  6. I make my own so it is about $3 per month.

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  7. I would be glad to join you here. I don't drink Capuccino, so I can't give you the price, but I do drink Starbucks coffee (black, "grande" or medium size) and it usually costs about $2. Coffee elsewhere costs less, but I like the Starbucks ambiance.

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  8. Looks like a cute place. Since I don't drink coffee I don't have to worry about the price.

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  9. Nah, black and with one sugar please.

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  10. I'd be "happy" if they also served tea. :-)

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  11. Coffee would definitely make me happy!

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  12. Between $3.00 and $3.80, but it is creeping up. At times the price is not a good indicator of how good the cup of coffee will be. The setting for Tartine looks so interesting.

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  13. Neat place - going by the name they also do 'cakes & deserts'?

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  14. Coffee is very expensive where I live. I usually only drink it at home, where it's much cheaper. If a place looks really inviting though, I'll pay the price once in a while. The place in your post looks like one of those places.

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  15. This cafe looks very inviting with its doorway tucked under the stairs Grace.

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  16. And the other twist is that Happy Hour is between 11 and 12. Of course, it doesn't specify if that's am or pm so it could be a really big twist.

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  17. Love the look of that place. But there are key ingredients of typical salads I can't stand - including lettuce - yeuch!! Rarely get a good cuppa tea out, but I drink coffee when travelling. On the motorway service areas in the UK it's usually between £2-3.00/cup. And sometimes it's OK... Have a great weekend.

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  18. I canny afford lettuce let alone coffee...

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  19. You have to where it is, it is hidden very well .

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  20. So many textures...and beautiful colors in this shot. love the teal with the red. I will pay anything when I need coffee!

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  21. De lokatie is prachtig daar hoort een goede kwaliteit bij.

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  22. I like that first image. Looks like you've caught it just at opening.

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  23. oh my, I have no idea what coffee goes for around here...I no longer drink it because the caffeine triggers my migraines :) And sadly I love the smell and taste of coffee! Love that coffee shop in your photo though :)

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  24. A coffee is one euro before miday , and a little more expensive after .I like the (french) name of this place !

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  25. Lovely secluded coffee shop Grace.

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  26. Looks like a fine place to enjoy a coffee! Come to think of it I don't have a clue how much a coffee costs these days.

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  27. how pretty tucked away under there.

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  28. Hmmm.. Coffee with side of salad? That's interesting! Especially if you are using office coffee pods, 25 pieces for $12.50!

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