West Juliett is a large, light-flooded corner cafe with whitewashed brick walls, an industrial-style polished floor and a decent amount of comfortable outdoor seating — and it's been busy since it opened in 2013. The location is killer, as are the breakfast classics and the array of baked goods (giant cookies included), soups and salads that are ferried from kitchen to table are nothing but destroyable.
The breakfast plate of leg ham, provolone cheese, avo, one poached egg, tomato and thick toast is a tasty little hat-tip to the provincial influence of the menu, what with their eggs sourced from a local farm. There's also plenty to keep mix-and-matchers satisfied with extras ranging from pork and fennel sausages to kale with silverbeet. If you're heading in at lunchtime, get the burger.