Tracks at West Leederville
What I first noticed about Tracks Leederville was the simplicity of the place and the menu. The tall geometrical shelf acted as a divider and an eye catching centerpiece in the middle of the room. There were a lot of paid parking along the street and Tracks can easily be found across Theo’s music shop.
We chose to sit outside with our lemon infused water especially since the weather was getting warmer during the day. However there were a lot of cars that drove around the main road and it could became noisy.
Hubby was feeling really hungry so he opted for the smoked bacon, prinici pork sausage, mushrooms, tomato and poached eggs served with toast. He also added smoked salmon unto his big breakfast order. I opted for the simple semi dried cherry tomatoes, bocconcini, rocket, pesto and poached eggs on toast. The menu also gave an option for us to choose the toast starting from multigrain, white, ciabatta or charcoal ciabatta (from Stuzzico the Baker). Unfortunately I completely skipped that part and only noticed it later when I saw my photo streams.
Mango lassi came really quickly to our table and it was so refreshing. The staff delivered our breakfast really quickly too despite the busy brunch time. The first thing that hubby checked was whether they cooked the poached egg properly or not. He was grinning widely when he saw a runny egg yolk on his meal.
Our meals were filling and the coffee was great. We had nothing to complain about and the staff were all really friendly. The Tracks had proven that simplicity works really well when done with excellence.