The Best Cafes in Fremantle
Fremantle’s enduring coffee culture is ground up in its high street’s nickname. South Terrace, affectionately known as the “Cappucino Strip”, was long known for its smattering of (mostly Italian) cafes. Some endure, like the late Gino Saccone’s eponymous cafe, which has sat on its corner since 1983. But over the last decade, a new wave of cafe owners and baristas have set up beyond this iconic strip. Relative newcomers like Best Wishes, Little Loaf and Peggy’s offer their coffee alongside laminated pastries and delicious things between bread. While North Freo’s waterfront diner Bib & Tucker serves modern Australian meals with a side of sea breeze. For great coffee, breakfast and lunch, tick off this list of the port city’s best cafes, curated by Broadsheet’s expert food and drink editors.