We "Jogged" Straight Into The Sarapan - Victoria Park

Ever since getting engaged, Mr. T and I have decided to attempt to become healthier. For the sake of both our health and also, to look amazing on our wedding day. Really, just to look amazing on our wedding day. Well, on this particular Saturday morning, we decided on a nice jog around South Perth foreshore. By jog I mean walking at a faster pace than usual. It was such a beautiful day for it too! Spring has truly sprung, but it was still cool enough to enjoy the sunshine without feeling like we were being deep fried. 

Right after our lovely jog, we decided on The Sarapan for brunch, a place we've been wanting to try for a while but always seems to get missed. Well not today!


The Sarapan Nasi Lemak ($11.50)

When we arrived and was seated at a table outside, Mr. T didn't even need to see the menu to know what he wanted to eat. He immediately chose nasi lemak, one of his all time favourite dishes. Judging by the price we were expecting a small portion, but it was actually decently sized. I need to make a special mention of their fried chicken! It looked delicious and tasted delicious too. It was perfectly cooked with crispy and flavoursome skin, whilst the meat was tender and easily fell apart. The other components of the dish was also tasty!


Roti Telur ($6)

Unlike Mr. T, I needed a few more minutes to decide on what to have. I finally settled on roti telur. This was because I had some a few weeks prior, during one of our frequent visits to Spice Express and I couldn't stop thinking about it! In terms of flavour, the roti telur at The Sarapan was on par to Spice Express, however the portion size is bigger at the latter restaurant. I would've also liked for the roti to have had more substance as it was very thin and airy. At The Sarapan their roti telur was served with a small side of chicken curry and dahl, both were delicious on its own, and even better when eaten all together! This is a great option for someone looking for a small meal or a snack to share.


Roti Bom ($5)

For dessert we ordered the roti bom. This had the same texture as the roti telur, but I thought it was much crispier. The roti itself was sweet and had sugar sprinkled on it. The dish also came with condensed milk as a dip, it was the perfect accompaniment to the roti and made for a really indulgent dessert!


Es Soda Gembira ($4.50)

We also decided to order Es Soda Gembira to drink! Translated into english it literally means Iced Happy Soda. The drink is made with condensed milk, rose syrup and soda water mixed together. This is my favourite drink from my childhood and drinking it always makes me happy! The Sarapan's version of soda gembira was not as sweet as they didn't put too much condensed milk, which was a little disappointing, but I was happy!

We had a lovely brunch at The Sarapan. The place is cute, the service was attentive and friendly and the food was impressive, especially considering the price! Will definitely be back to try other dishes! I would rate The Sarapan 8/10.


Restaurant Information:

The Sarapan
1 Leonard St
Victoria Park
Instagram: @thesarapan


Sarapan Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Disclaimer: Restaurant information and prices were true and correct on 26th September 2015. Prices inclusive of 10% GST.

1 comment

  1. This is the place for a beautiful wedding. The ceremony was held in the dining hall, which commands a breath-taking view of the city. I only wish I appreciated wedding venues Chicago more when I was there. Oh well. You live and learn.

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