It’s not often one can say that a hospitality venue has qualities characteristic of what was considered the norm in years gone by. Thankfully a cosy yet quaint café in Bicton, WA called Little Stove fits this description to a tee.
Enter the girl with an infectious smile and a heart of gold, Annie Jahn. For years this amazing women tirelessly worked with its original founder and owner in bringing a cafe that truly connected with residents far and wide. When the opportunity arose to purchase this business back in 2018, Annie and husband Wally jumped at the chance.
Iconic is a word not often used to describe businesses in hospitality, but Little Stove is fast reaching that status. With up to 35 revolving staff eagerly mimicking the smiles and work ethic of Annie, a home away from home has been created for so many in the community, stretching from the very young right through to those who may have developed more than just a wrinkle or two over the years.
With a kitchen churning out quality, simple yet tasty foods including a phenomenal assortment of cakes and sweets, which are so very hard to resist, it is easy to see that the gyms of this area are doing a roaring trade.
Little Stove has an old-world charm about it, and for that their band of customers are the real winners. As with most successful cafes however, it is the great team assembled both at the front and back of house that allows success to eventuate, a fact not lost here at this must visit cafe.
Little Stove can be found at 97/103 Harris St Bicton, WA 6157… 7 Days 7am-3.30pm