The Best Cafes In Claremont

By Claire Logan – who is always dreaming of her next meal and reckons a good martini solves most problems

People enjoying coffee and breakfast at a Claremont cafe

While the list of delicious destinations in Claremont is getting longer by the day, we’ve selected a handful of the best cafes in Claremont where you can get your eat on this weekend.

Typika Artisan Roasters

When it comes to breakfast, brunch, lunch and anything in between, Typika Artisan Roasters has got your back. Their all day menu packs a punch with dishes like miso pork belly benedict, spicy brisket tacos and caramalised beef ribs. Oh and there’s also the most ridiculously decadent golden French toast with corn flake and macadamia crumble. Do it!  

Deli Chicchi

Nestled inside Claremont Village, this longstanding community fave has brunching down to a fine art. Deli Chicchi's croque monsieurs are legendary, but you'll find plenty of other quality dine-in plates to choose from.

Pressed Earth

With a nectar for every reason and every season, if you haven't tried a Pressed Earth cold-pressed juice yet you are missing out. There’s the one for electrolytes, circulation, immunity, stamina, superpowers (still being worked on in the lab) and more. They have juice cleanse programs for you to follow as well as a bunch of NOOD lunch boxes, raw balls and desserts.


Fancy, yet relaxed, Academy is another stunning string to Claremont’s breakfast bow. Serving delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners, Academy has a killer menu featuring a whole section dedicated to bruschetta alongside other goodies like bacon sarnies, fish tacos, lamb shawarma and more.

Bay Road Pantry

Start your day slowly with a side of bacon at the Bay Road Pantry—a homely little Claremont cafe tucked into a suburban street a few minutes walk from the town centre. 

Moose Cafe

From meatballs and Smørrebrød to beetroot-cured salmon and plenty of chocolate, Moose is the spot for delicious Swedish delights. Order a coffee and enjoy your Scandi brunch of choice in the leafy arcade then head back inside and scope out the epic groceries on offer. Swedish lollies for the ride home, anyone?

The Good Shed At Form Gallery

Like your coffee with a side of local art? Form's Gallery Cafe will sort you out. Its community atmosphere and breezy courtyard vibes are unmatched, and the coffee is surprisingly good. Pair with a light bite before heading in to browse the incredible local art on show. The gallery and cafe are entirely non-profit so you can chalk up any indulgence on your part to a worthy cause.

Main image credit: Typika | Instagram

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