In a town where reliable beachside eats are still thin on the sand, this bustling multi-tasker manages to do everything from breakfast, lunch and dinner to all-day coffee and wine. Like the airy yellow-splashed interior, the menu is fresh, fun and unashamedly Italian in spirit. Bowls of clams strewn with prosciutto lardons and garlic exemplify the kitchen's generosity: pick through the juicy bivalves, then mop up the buttery cooking liquid with slices of charred Bread in Common sourdough. Grilled cuttlefish mixed with soft herbs and olives, meanwhile, forms a distinctly seaside salad. Traditionalists might default to an espresso and bombolone finale, but imaginative desserts - like a sweet and savoury torta Caprese with ricotta ice-cream - are equally rewarding. The inconsistent service is less satisfying with some staff erring on the side of too casual. Thankfully, the combination of a Cottesloe sunset and prosecco cocktails makes forgiveness easy.