Greens & Co is a popular cake and tea house in Leederville.
Mood and Aesthetic
These toilets are on the buildings second level, up a nice wooden stair case, and have a great source of light coming in through the fogged window allowing a bright mood to breathe on the white walls common in inner city buildings like these. However there are some broken elements on the sink and in the urinals, uglying up the place, but not without a sense of charm. The don’t smell bad either, but not like roses or anything.
This toilet is modest with one cubical, two urinals and a well-sized mirror. Like too many friggin places, there is only a shoddy hand dryer. However the urinals aren’t small or low, and the toilet paper is nothing to complain about.
The toilets are located up a steep flight of stairs, this might annoy some, but the wooden staircase is surrounded by the band posters that cover the places walls. The wooden floor boards and upstairs out-of-the-way yet close toilet area (right next above the pool tables, convenient!) has a secluded feel, and I’ve never seen more than one person in there apart from myself.
An easy to get to, not unpleasant toilet, secluded and up from a lovely wooden staircase. If you’re busting and find yourself on Oxford Street near Leederville station, get into Greens & Co. The toilets are at the back.