The Attic is located in a two-storey brick building, which blends in really well with all the other heritage buildings in Fremantle. It blended in so well that if not for a sign to direct me down Bannister Street I probably would have had a hard time finding it. Just outside the cafe were some wooden tables and chairs for those who wanted to brave the 30+ degrees heat. My friends and I chose the cooler attic instead. As the name of the cafe suggest, the second storey, presumably "the attic" was the main dining area with small wooden tables for groups of 2 to 4 people or very large wooden tables for communal dining or very large groups.
I didn't get a chance to take any decent shots of the interior or exterior of the cafe, but I loved the interior decorations and choice of furnishing. It was nice and cosy upstairs despite the high wooden ceilings and "attic" feel they were trying to give off. The furnishing was generally wooden and vintage, which I thought fitted in well with the theme they were aiming for.
Given it was such a hot day, I sacrificed my usual flat white which goes with most of my brunches/lunches, and went with the Uplifter fruit juice ($6.50) instead, which was a nice blend of apple & pear.
Overall, I loved the ambience and quiant little dining experience with good company and good food. The costs of the food was probably on the pricier end of the spectrum for a small cafe, but it was pretty much "Perth food prices". The Attic is a great place to chill out for brunch or lunch on a warm day. I'm loving the vibe in Fremantle and loving discovering all these cool little places serving up delicious food. Can't wait for my next Fremantle adventure.