Here's where we're going for brunch right now.
Here's where to find a good coffee or breakfast in the port city.
These all-day diners and cosy neighbourhood spots all serve great specialty coffee.
It's best known for its nightlife, but Northbridge's diverse set of cafes now mean that there's plenty to do here all day round.
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A friendly spot by three Perth hospitality veterans.
An expansive bakery and all-day eatery from the team behind Little Creatures.
This is one of the few Australian bakeries milling its own flour. Come for single-origin loaves, sweet pastries and vegemite scrolls, sandwiches, and coffee by Five senses.
An inviting open-air cafe in a revamped precinct. The fit-out is breezy, there’s a deep focus on coffee, and the chef – an alum of Greenhouse – has a knack for resourceful cooking.
Tim Willing's second cafe serves Willing Coffee's in-house blend alongside house-baked croissants.
Korean flavours star on the all-day menu.
The Mary Street Bakery team’s roaster and dedicated coffee spot. There's also a self-serve food station that comes stacked with familiar treats, sandwiches, salad bowls and breakfast offerings.
Breakfast at its best, from grab-and-go to stay-a-while.
If you like no holds-barred, bombastic brunches, Architects and Heroes will get a big tick. Plus, it's underpinned by a serious commitment to high-quality coffee.
The husband-and-wife team behind Restaurant Amuse have swapped fine dining for a breezy, suburban cafe.
The high-end coffee store features “risk-free” pricing, a well-stocked retail space and rare single-origin coffees served in wine glasses.
A jewel of Fremantle’s West End.
Anything goes at this breakfast-to-dinner eatery.
A simple sandwich shop from the duo behind May Street Larder.
Sophisticated beachside dining with unrivalled coastal views.
It’s more than a cafe, but it’s not quite a restaurant, either.
Sophisticated, no matter what time of day you show up.
Location number four for Perth’s favourite cafe.
When two of the three owners are former state champion baristas, you know you're in safe hands.
A cafe owned by a Colombian native that showcases the South American nation's best – and most unique and ethical – beans.
Chin-strokingly good specialty coffee at the bottom of Fitzgerald Street.
Don’t believe the name: this retro cafe is as unpretentious as they come.
If you like skinny or soy milk in your coffee, this purist cafe isn't the one for you.
The vast headquarters of Perth’s most popular cafe, which now has multiple locations.
A suburban cafe serving specialty coffee alongside great doughnuts and house-smoked barbeque meats.
No grumpy baristas allowed.
Southeast Asian-inspired brunches matched with quality coffee.
Atypical in the best possible way.
For the love of coffee and all things handmade. Everything is roasted in-house and pulled through custom-built Slayers.
It’s all things coffee at this kid-friendly cafe and roastery.
A small, perfectly formed shrine for coffee.
Cafe by day, small bar by night.
Takeaway coffee with bagels, crumpets and breakfast cups.
The Leederville cafe expands west with a bigger menu and BYO dinners in the back half of the week.
Focusing on the flat white, takeaway options and classes for the domestic barista.
Bagels in a bike shop.
Takes waste-free shopping to another level.
An airy cafe serving Five Senses coffee and lots of takeaway options.
Enjoy a broad-ranging menu among the flowering plums.
Stunning cakes are the hallmark of this not-for-profit cafe.
At this sibling cafe to Mo Espresso, coffee comes from a wide range of renowned roasters. Food ranges from the simple (blueberry bagels) to the extravagant (gelato doughnut burgers).
A “responsible cafe” with a health-conscious menu.
A cafe bringing life to the western end of Cambridge Street.
Where coffee and sustainability are all that matters.
Coffee, food, wine, cider and … fishing.
A cafe that sells coffee, jaffles and single-speed bikes? It’s a thing.
Introducing Eamon Sullivan's friendly neighbourhood cafe.
An all-day bar and diner that genuinely cares about your allergies and intolerances.
Proof that virtuous and tasty can go hand in hand.
Cabin kitsch meets hearty, day-long brunch.