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  1. On a wooden table there is a bowl with salad and fried haloumi next to two smoothies and an iced coffee
    Photograph: Supplied/Mammoth
  2. Inside Mammoth there is a coffee bar with a large coffee machine and a barista pours milk into a take away cup
    Photograph: Supplied/Mammoth

Time Out says

Mammoth continues to impress locals and those from further afield with great, simple food and premium coffee

Mammoth cafè has been serving the good folk of Armadale with daily coffees, weekday brekkies and long weekend brunches for many years now, developing a loyal following of customers in that time. It focuses on locally sourced, top-quality ingredients and serves premium Inglewood coffee – what's not to love about that?

The local hangout spot was taken over by new owners in 2018, but has continued to deliver familiar, much-loved dishes to its customers, with a menu influenced by both Asian and Middle Eastern ingredients and flavours. The breakfast burrito with folded eggs, brown rice, baked beans, bacon, avocado, coriander and chipotle mayo is a weekend staple for many, as is the apple crumble porridge with pecan crumble and yogurt. Lunch options include a Middle Eastern falafel and pumpkin salad, Vietnamese Saigon noodle bowl and a Japanese-inspired poke bowl. And don't forget the buttermilk fried chicken burger served with spiced chips and dipping sauce. 

Looks like your weekend brunch plans are sorted.  

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Jade Solomon
Written by
Jade Solomon


736 Malvern Road
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 7am-3pm; Sat & Sun 8am-3pm
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