Discover the best eateries in Bunbury with our Guest Blogger, Katie Elizabeth Williams.


Katie manages health, lifestyle and beauty blog, www.katieelizabethwilliams.com. But most people will find her hanging out on her Vlog.
28, British, living in Western Australia. Newly married (how strange – I have a husband). Redhead, with a matching temper (poor husband). Fitness enthusiast (sometimes). Wine enthusiast (all the time). Lover of all the beauty products, lover of homewares, lover of spending too much on unnecessary stationery items. Collector of books and lipsticks. 

KATIE’S TOP TIPS

Since uploading my recent Vlog of our trip to Bunbury, I realised how much I talk about food when I’m filming! So following that trip I thought I’d pull together my top picks for where and what to eat in Bunbury… now you’ll have to visit!

There are some fantastic pubs, bars, and restaurants in Bunbury these days. Some are only a couple of years old and already killing the game, and some have been an icon for many years.

BREAKFAST

Corners on King – Situated on the edge of the estuary this gem of a café is everything. From the minute you walk in you are hit with a glorious sight – stacks and stacks of house made cakes, pastries, and slices beyond your wildest dreams! And this is all before you’ve seen their specialty waffles menu. Couple that with an epic breakfast menu featuring all your faves (and a few special extras), you simply can’t go wrong.

Katie’s Top Pick: Avocado Smash and a Chai Latte 
Mitch’s Top Pick: Eggs Benedict with Bacon, a cappuccino with an extra shot and a fresh orange juice.

Corners on King, Bunbury

Café 140 – Right at the end of the bustling Victoria street in the CBD, this quirky café has the kind of service that coupled with a delicious breaky is guaranteed to start your day with big smiles. With a relaxed, industrial vibe, including a converted sea container seating area, this is a perfect breaky spot to start your day of mooching through town.

Katie’s Top Pick: House made Seeded Granola with English Breakfast Tea 
Mitch’s Top Pick: The Big Plate and a cappuccino (Always a cappuccino