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The Old Crow - A little piece of America in Northbridge.

Anyone who has ever been to the USA knows the joy of an American diner breakfast. Huge portions of slow cooked meat, bottomless mimosas (don't judge - it was a holiday in a college town) and a laid back atmosphere help make mornings a little bit easier to face. While we love a green smoothie and our quinoa porridge, sometimes we crave something a bit naughty. The Old Crow in Northbridge satisfies our cravings for a Colorado Buff breakfast better than anywhere else in Perth.

(The menu does change quite a bit so there is always some variety.)

With an ethos rooted in good, old fashion southern hospitality The Old Crow is American comfort food given a grown up twist. Open for brunch and dinner you can start with some Alabama iced tea and smoked corn before checking out their wine list of a great blend of international and local Perth wineries including TBFS favourite, the Bunkers Tempranillo. The potions are seriously huge so bring your best eating buddy and don't say we didnt warn you.

(Located in a repurposed old cottage, The Old Crow even got a mention in the New York Times top 52 places to go in 2014.)

(Cowboy beans, jerk pork and slow eggs - $18)

This pork was incredibly tender and the beans sort of/kindof/maybe made it taste healthy...this is the perfect hangover cure on a plate washed down with a pitcher of iced tea.

(Maple glazed pulled pork, fried eggs and apple sans hotcakes to be gf friendly - $20)

It's no secret i am addicted to the sweet/salty combo and I couldn't go past the maple glazed pork on the menu. This dish came with hotcakes for a bit more bulk but I asked for it without them to keep it gluten free. I could eat this all day every day and be a happy girl.

Now open 7 days a week, this is the perfect place for a laid back date and trust us - it will definitely be a winner with your favourite meat lover. Located on Newcastle Street, Northbridge it is American nostalgia at it's best and will definitely become our local!

  • Dahrann says...

    Thanks for sharnig. Always good to find a real expert.

    On Jan 22, 2015

  • Meme says...

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    On Jan 20, 2015

  • Mildred says...

    There’s a terrific amount of knwgoedle in this article!

    On Jan 18, 2015

  • Brittany Newell says...

    Sounds absolutely amazing! Though you are always welcome back at the Buff anytime! Boulder misses its Aussie invasion ;)

    On Jul 23, 2014

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