Wild Fig, Scarborough

Wild Fig, Scarborough

The Wild Fig, found at the southern end of the Scarborough strip, is a popular spot for satisfying any appetite – be it for brunch, lunch dinner – or a simple coffee and cake. The café enjoys ocean views (over the car park), and there’s plenty of comfy places to sit and enjoy a cuppa and bite to eat.

The quirky eatery, has an up-cycled interior and a tasty menu. In winter, be sure to pop by and sit by the cosy fireplace too.

The cabinet has a range of fresh bakes (cake, slices, tarts, muffins, raw treats and more)– which is what we were there for. My husband loves a cup of hard-to-find Darjeeling tea and was happy to find a Darjeeling green in the selection of teas. The pots were generous enough to fill 3 cups too.




I enjoyed a cup of coffee.

Wild Fig, Scarborough

We shared a blue berry tart, with creamy custard and a little jelly. So often I find pastries a under cooked. This tart shell was spot on.

Wild Fig, Scarborough

If you have an intolerance, or are vegan, you’ll find many options here. A raw “snickers” bar was deliciously nutty.

Wild Fig, Scarborough




For those with grandies, a small play area has been set up in a corner, where there are plenty of toys that will keep them entertained.

Wild Fig, Scarborough

Staff at the Wild Fig in Scarborough were friendly and attentive. The meals at tables around us looked generous and fresh – so we’re keen to return for something a little more substantial.

Wild Fig, Scarborough

 

Wild Fig – The Details

Address: 190 The Esplanade, Scarborough.

Phone: 9245 2533

Website: thewildfig.com.au

Parking: Plenty of parking in the opposite car park, busy at peak summer times.

Dog Friendly: Yes, dogs are in the alfresco area. Water bowls and even a dog bed.

Grandchild Friendly: Yes, children’s menu, play corner and highchairs are available.

 

Find more places to dine in Perth here.

 

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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  1. […] Whatever style of food you enjoy, you’ll find lots of dining options along the Scarborough foreshore. From casual cafes, and fast takeaways, to lively bars and tasty restaurants. The bustling night markets (Thursday evenings) is held in warmer months, where a big range of food trucks. Found at the southern end of the strip, The Wild Fig is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as coffee and cake. The popular restaurant has plenty of seating options, a cosy fireplace in winter and sea views. Read the Seniorocity review here. […]

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