BISQUE-IT CERAMIC CAFE

Salvation Army officers Erica and Michael Cossington say another problem is people who steal things donated to the op shop. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d402416
Salvation Army officers Erica and Michael Cossington say another problem is people who steal things donated to the op shop. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d402416

Tucked away in Ponte Vecchio Boulevard, Bisque-It Ceramic Cafe is the perfect outing for creative kids, parents to relax over coffee and those who just want a tasty bite to eat in a quiet, friendly environment.

Bisque-It Ceramic Cafe is a unique to Ellenbrook and provides the opportunity for children to do something fun while creating a ceramic masterpiece or gift they can be proud of.

No experience is needed and all paints and tools are provided.

‘Some people think it will be a quick thing, but many visitors are very detailed and passionate about their work,’ owner Yolande Thiart said.

‘We have groups that stay for two hours or more, simply enjoying painting, having fun in the outdoor playground or sitting with a hot coffee and slice of cake. Our family-friendly spot is also very popular with an older crowd who appreciate the friendly and welcoming cafe vibe.’

In addition to a special blend of coffee and range of teas, the cafe has many different focaccias, cakes, biscuits and muffins for hungry artists to refuel.

Bisque-It Ceramic Cafe is ideal for birthday parties, group and school bookings, and baby facilities are available.

Open Tuesday to Sunday. Visit unit 3/4, 57 Ponte Vecchio Boulevard, Ellenbrook or call 9297 6694.