Nic & Kolo is a fully licensed award winning cafe in Applecross, showcasing specialty coffee and fresh WA produce through a contemporary and approachable Australian menu. The locally designed interior by Mata Design Studio incorporates a warm palette of soft oak timbers and grey finishes, offset by bold blue accents, brass and marble detailing. The overall feel is fresh, light and spacious, offering a sophisticated ambiance that attracts those seeking a relaxed destination.
Nic and Kolo Featuring in Lachlan Sinclair videos in October 2017
2018 R&CA WA AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE
Nic and Kolo is the proud winner of the 2018 R&CA’s Awards for Excellence for 2 categories and 1 Major category:
2018 CAFE OF THE YEAR
The R&CA’s Awards for Excellence program recognises exceptional service and culinary talent with a couple of major awards covering all categories and Nic and Kolo won the 2018 CAFÉ OF THE YEAR Major Award.
Nic and Kolo is now competing for the National awards in the 3 winning categories
2017 GOLD PLATE AWARDS WINNER
Nic & Kolo is proud to be the 2017 winner of 2 Gold Plate Awards – the highest Hospitality Industry Awards program in Western Australia. Open since May 2016, Nic and Kolo won the Gold Plate Breakfast award and the Gold Plate Licensed Café – Metro and Regional award.
Nic & Kolo also won the highly sought after Gold Plate Premiers Award for best meeting the judging criteria and attaining the highest judging score overall.
LICENSED CAFE - METRO/REGIONAL
Here are some of the articles written about Nic & Kolo.
Garnished with flowers and beautifully arranged, you’ll be very pleased with your plate.
It's the best breakfast I have had this year! Coffee is amazing as well!
- THE URBAN LIST -
...you will be one happy chappy.
...easily one of Perth’s most beautiful restaurants
Tucked away in Applecross, these guys do coffee like no other.
The perfect spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner
- PERTH IS OK -
Nic and Kolo takes out Premier’s Award at 51st Gold Plate Awards
- EASTERN REPORTER -
This new kid on the block rocks!
- FREMANTLE HERALD -