fremantle cafe guide

While it's no secret that I love coffee, you may be surprised to know that breakfast is my favourite meal of the day! Most Saturday and Sunday mornings you will find me out at various cafes around Perth - testing out the coffee and occasionally indulging in a sweet treat or yummy breakfast.

I thought it might be fun to do a quick round up of my favourite breakfast spots located in or around Fremantle!

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Little Lefroys - 310 South Terrace, South Fremantle
I love this gorgeous new café/wine bar located in the heart of South Fremantle. It has all the elements of a great café including funky furniture, music, great coffee, a decent menu and a bar in case you fancy a late afternoon wine and cheese date!


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Ootong and Lincoln - 258 South Terrace, South Fremantle
Great spot to catch up with friends over a coffee and avocado toast! The chai pancakes are also amazing and they do a delicious green juice.


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Little Stove - 97/103 Harris Street, Bicton
Located a little bit out of Freo in suburbia but worth the drive for the BEST coffee in WA. The café also has a cool boho vintage vibe and I love the book exchange corner! Try the banana bread with nut butter and honey - in Rachel Zoe's words "I die".


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Roasting Warehouse Fremantle - 312 South Terrace, South Fremantle
Great coffee roasted on site and a good brunch menu including all the classics with a twist. Be prepared to wait though - this place is always full!


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May Street Larder - 23/155 Canning Highway, East Fremantle
May Street Larder is Eamon Sullivan's latest foodie venture, tucked away on the outskirts of Fremantle. The food is great - think pulled pork and ribs for breakfast. A place to take your significant other for a good feed after a big night!


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The Raw Kitchen - 181A High Street, Fremantle
This cult classic organic/raw/green café is a great place to take your health-conscious friends and family. Set in an old warehouse, the café is focused on healthy sustainable living and offers plant-based food options, a lifestyle store and a yoga studio. While you can find most of the usual suspects on the menu including nachos, pizza and pasta - the cuisine is all plant-based, mostly raw and without dairy, gluten, refined sugar and additives. Don't let this scare you off - the food tastes great and the café has a really cool organic hipster vibe!


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Cookie Dough - 88 George Street, East Fremantle
This café and cookie store is located on the main strip in East Fremantle. I'd recommend hitting this café up mid-morning on a Saturday so you have time to peruse through all the gorgeous gift stores on the street after! The coffee is good here and if you're not up for eating a big brekkie you can always purchase a delicious cookie to go with your drink!


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Moore and Moore Café - 46 Henry Street, Fremantle
This is a cute little café located in a side street near Notre Dame University. During the week this café/art studio is filled with uni students but during the weekend it is a quiet oasis perfect for enjoying alone or with friends. I love sitting in the courtyard with a chai latte and a glossy magazine but it's equally as fun to cosy up inside during winter with my mum and have a good gossip amongst the gorgeous artwork and stone walls.

WARNING: Most if not all of the cafes mentioned are walk in only. They are all fairly popular on weekend mornings so if you aren't an early riser then I suggest heading there on a weekday or just be prepared to wait!

All of the above also offer gluten free/dairy free/nut free menu options so don't hesitate to give them a go if you have any food sensitivities!

What is your favourite café in Perth?

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