It’s hard to keep up with the endless number of cafes openings around Perth. But while the newest venues on the block have been getting a lot of attention, let’s not forget the little finds around Perth that are dishing out amazing eats which you need to try. If you’re partial to eating like a king at breakfast but you’ve been hitting up the same spot for a while now, why not branch out to other pastures and try someone else's local in a different suburb?
We brought you 25 amazing Perth breakfasts you might not have tried a while ago now, so here are 25 more.
This quaint little red brick attic has been serving some of the best coffee in Freo for a long time now, and it draws quite the loyal following. All the food at The Attic is cooked fresh in-house and if the easy takeaway options in the cabinet aren't enough to satisfy, their breakfast menu will. From their shakshouka, green chilli eggs and an open quesadilla with black beans, jalapenos and a fried egg and avocado, the options are endless.
Even if you don’t yet know about Sprolo, you’ve surely driven past it on Canning Highway a number of times. So next time you’re in South Perth, we highly recommend stopping by for brekky—we promise you won’t regret it. They have one of Perth’s most unique breakfast menu’s going round, including their traditional Singaporean brekky of half boiled eggs, sourdough toast and kaya (coconut and egg jam).
Architects and Heroes
Saving locals of Subiaco from caffeine deprivation on the daily, Architects and Heroes are serious about their coffee, with a high-end espresso machine, cold brew bar, syphon coffee, cold drip coffee and steam punk. Their all-day breakfast includes the reliable and usual suspects like smashed avo, poached eggs, bagels, French toast and some of the best in-house baked muffins you’ll ever see.
Finlay & Sons No 917
When it comes to breakfast (and food in general), you simply can’t go wrong with Finlay & Sons no 917. Everything is beautiful, from their interiors to the presentation of their food. Treat yourself to their waffles with espresso mascarpone and caramelised banana or their own spin of smashed avo with a side of thick cut bacon—it’s all mouth wateringly good.
The Wolf The Bean The Walnut
If you work in the CBD and didn’t have a chance to eat brekky before leaving the house, The Wolf The Bean The Walnut is your knight in shining armour. With plenty of vegan, paleo and raw food on the menu, choose from their cabinet of on-the-go food like bagels and wraps, or linger for a while and read the morning paper over a cooked breakfast in house.
Gill Street Cafe
While the residents of Mosman Park have been loyal fans of Gill Street Cafe’s delicious breakfasts for years now, its location in the suburbs has helped it stay under the radar. They have an extensive and satisfying breakfast menu that covers all your bases, including their famous corn and chilli fritters with poached eggs and bacon, huevos rancheros and buttermilk pancakes.
If $5 eggs on toast every weekday isn’t enough reason to visit Oxford Yard in Leederville, I’m not sure what is. But just in case you need more convincing, they do a killer orange & honey breakfast parfait too, along with home-made Monte Carlo cookies (Arnott’s style but better) and a leaning tower of their cinnamon pancakes with berry compote.
Manna Wholefoods & Cafe
If you don’t know about Manna and their breakfasts, it’s time you get acquainted. As Perth’s original organic and wholefoods store, they’ve been in the business of eating healthy for years and when you order their breakfast, you can rest easy knowing that you’ve done the right thing by your body. While they have an amazing menu of made-to-order breakfast, but it's pretty hard to go past the raw treats in the cabinet.
Location between the beach and the river in North Freo, Cafe Isthmus is a little bit hidden but worth seeking out! The menu is unique and inspired by travels, from their Vietnamese banh mi plate to the Turkish breakfast and their English bacon butty with crispy potato and smoky BBQ relish.
The Other Side
With a cult following in Swanbourne, The Other Side draws a consistent crowd of happy punters that return again and again for the good coffee and the friendly prices on their breakfast menu—particularly their $14 tower of smashed avocado, peas and goats feta on toast.
Third Wheel Cafe
This rustic little cafe is the perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee and you’ll want to hang out on their front porch for hours and hours. They offer an excellent cup of coffee, vegan doughnuts and toasted sandwiches, plus and all your usual brekky suspects.
Jessie’s Cafe And Roasting Co
Living by the motto that life’s too short to drink bad coffee, Jessie’s Cafe makes sure you never have to. They take matters into their own hands by roasting their own beans and offering barista training to the rest of Perth to show ‘em how it’s done. Their brekky menu is full of crowd pleasers, from bagels, and toasties to cheesy quesedillas and lots of options for the raw and gluten free among us.
This family-owned hideaway has a secret garden in the streets of West Leederville where you can enjoy breakfast surrounded by pretty greenery. Piccolo Corner's brekky menu is full of all sorts of deliciousness, but if you haven't tried the pumpkin smash you're not a true Perthling.
Another little gem in Swanbourne, Edition Cafe have a huge amount of food on their front counter to tempt you before you even lay eyes on their breakfast menu. They offer options for everyone from white chocolate pancakes to vegan and gluten free balance bowls.
John Street Cafe
This blue and white building in Cottesloe is surrounded by pine trees and is the perfect place to relax on a hot summers day. The breakfast at John Street Cafe is truly on another level—from coconut and mango crepes and their Sunday breakfast of poached eggs, prosciutto, caramelized figs and goats curd, it will blow your mind.
This retro hole-in-the-wall can be a challenge to find if you haven’t been there before but we promise it’s worth the hunt. With amazing coffee, homemade treats and lots brekky options on the counter to enjoy in their courtyard, you’ll be pleased as punch when you find Babylon Cafe.
If you haven’t already been, Tiisch should be high priority on you breakfast bucket list because their food and coffee is absolutely to die for. With delicious macadamia nut granola, legit bacon and egg rolls and some of the best looking breakfast bruschetta you’ve ever seen, you'll want to get here quick.
Someday Coffee Co
Floreat’s favourite suburban cafe do a perfect brew to pair with their baked goods from Mary Street Bakery, pimped-up toast and homemade granola. If you’re yet to head in for brekky, do yourself the favour and get to Someday Coffee Co stat.
Best Wishes Cafe
Best Wishes opens bright and early to bring the people of Freo a solid cup of coffee and some of the best breakfast burgers known to mankind—they've partnered with the legends at Short Order Burger Co, but remember you can only get these on the weekend. They've also got Greek pastries, Swedish style open sandwiches and hearty modern Australian dishes for you to fill up on.
Moana lives in a revamped heritage building on Hay Street and serves bagels, wraps and some of the best coffee in town—which you can enjoy from their lovely balcony.
Tucked away in the Fremantle Arts Centre, it’s safe to say that Canvas is one of the most beautiful garden cafes in Perth. They serve a great coffee and their breakfast menu is full of the good stuff, from exotic shakshouka to their delicious bircher muesli.
With a mission to make eating whole foods easier to grab-and-go than it is to drive through a McDonald’s, NOOD keep the people of Leederville healthy and happy with their huge selection of balanced breakfast bowls and green juices to start your morning.
The name is deceiving, because there’s whole lot sof space in Little Way’s beautifully designed cafe for you to sprawl out and get comfy. From brekky bagels to eggs benedict and everything in between, Little Way is definitely worth broadening your horizons for.
Port City Roasters
What was once The Roasting Warehouse, Port City Roasters are dishing out amazing breakfasts left, right and centre. The eggs benny chan with panko crumbed poachies, bacon, roti will have you drooling.
Isle Of Voyage
We all love Elizabeth Quay, but it's easy to forget about it when it comes to breakfast—until you've tried the Israeli Aubergine Sabich at Isle of Voyage. Aubergine and eggs with a chilli, lemon and parsley salad, all finished off with tahini sauce. Yum.
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The Attic | Image credit: Elle Borgward