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Spots for the Best Breakfast and Brunch in Perth

25 Spots for the Best Breakfast Perth Has to Offer

If you’re looking for the best breakfast in Perth, you’re in luck. From pristine coastlines and everything in between, love for good quality brunch does not go amiss in Australia’s sunniest capital city. Whether you’re a Perth local looking for an old-school pub or a visitor to the charming city, we have done some serious digging to provide the insider scoop on where to find the best brunch Perth has on offer.

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1. Petition

Best for: Alcohol

Culture and brunch unite beautifully at this bustling corner café. Set within the historic state buildings, Petition offers an all-day menu, as well as beer and wine late into the night. A local hub for any time of the day, enjoy a ‘crafternoon’ after your delicious brunch spread. With a focus on local and seasonal produce, Petition can’t put a foot wrong in our eyes.

What We Like: The craft beers.
What We Don’t Like: Slower service.

Address: Corner of St Georges Terrace & Barrack Street, Perth
Phone: (08) 6168 7771
Hours: Monday – Friday 7 am – late, Saturday & Sunday 8 am – late


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2. Finlay & Sons

This family-run café nurtures a sense of community and cosiness that radiates throughout the Inglewood town. With a focus on a fresh menu and specialty coffee from Twin Peaks Coffee Roasters, our menu favourite is the French toast topped with mango puree, passionfruit and lemon curd.

What We Like: The hash browns.
What We Don’t Like: 
Can get busy.

Address: 917 Beaufort Street, Inglewood
Hours: Monday – Sunday 6.45 am – 2.30 pm

Finlay & Sons

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3. Canvas Cafe

Canvas Café at Fremantle Arts Centre is one of the prettiest spots to grab a bit to eat, but more importantly, it’s a shoo-in for the best breakfast Fremantle has to offer. Nestled in a leafy courtyard, it’s the perfect location for a long and leisurely brunch. Something for everyone, the menu includes brunch classics as well as Asian inspired dishes like ‘Gado Gado’, which is delicious crispy tofu with steamed vegetables in a satay sauce.

What We Like: The coffee.
What We Don’t Like: 
Price to portion ratio is average.

Address: 1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle
Phone: (08) 9335 5685
Hours: Monday – Sunday 8 am – 3 pm

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4. The Little Bay

A pit stop to this Perth brunch spot is a must, even if it’s just for the amazing view of Watermans Bay. The Little Bay caters for casual coastal walkers to those looking for a long, indulgent lunch. An all-day brunch menu is available, along with lunch additions from 12 pm and endless sweets. This café also has plenty of plant-based options, making it one of the best spots for vegetarian brunch Perth has to offer.

What We Like: The location.
What We Don’t Like: 
A little chaotic.

Address: 33 West Coast Drive, Watermans Bay
Phone: 0416 125 636
Hours: 6 am – 4 pm

The Little Bay

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5. Hobart Deli

A fabulous spot to take the kids, there is a playground across the road and childlike artwork covering the walls. The menu caters for both mum and dad plus the little ones. There’s plenty of classics for the kids, vegetarian options as well as baked goods and fresh salads. The quirky décor and fresh menu will have you coming back every school holiday.

What We Like: Seasonal menu.
What We Don’t Like: 
Slower service.

Address: 45 Hobart Street, North Perth
Phone: (08) 9444 8686
Hours: Monday – Sunday 7 am – 3 pm

Hobart Deli

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6. Chu Bakery

If bakeries are your sweet spot, Chu Bakery has some of the most delectable baked goods in all of Perth. With shelves stocked full of flaky, warm pastries, almond croissants and rows of baked organic sourdoughs, you won’t be able to resist. Our must-have recommendation is the infamous matcha yuzu ‘Chu’ puff, full of oozing yuzu jelly.

What We Like: The toasties.
What We Don’t Like: 
Long queues.

Address: 498 William Street, Highgate
Phone: 0475 668 973
Hours: Tuesday- Sunday 7 am – 4 pm

Chu Bakery

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7. Sayers Sister

Eclectic and communal, anything goes at this Perth brunch spot. Not only does Sayers Sister have some of the best brunches in Perth, but it is also open Friday and Saturday evenings for endless wines and sangrias. Along with the interesting décor, same goes for the menu, like the lime and tequila salmon gravlax as an add on the side to your breakfast.

What We Like: The atmosphere.
What We Don’t Like: 
It’s a work place, so bring your laptop.

Address: 236 Lake Street, Northbridge
Phone: (08) 9227 7506
Hours: Thursday – Tuesday 6.30 am – 2.30 pm, Sunday 6.30 am- 2 pm

Sayers Sister

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8. La Veen Coffee

Emanating with the growing pulse of Perth’s hipster urban cool, La Veen Coffee is one of the best casual brunch spots on Perth’s King Street. Originally serving only filter coffee and dessert, the Perth café is still an ode to the old days, still focusing mainly on serving a variety of espresso, filter and cold brew coffees.

What We Like: The eggs benedict.
What We Don’t Like:

Address: 90 King Street, Perth
Phone: Monday – Friday 6.30 am – 2 pm, Saturday & Sunday 7.30 am – 2 pm
Hours: (08) 9321 1888

La Veen Coffee

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9. Small Print Baker & Coffee Maker

World-class coffee is guaranteed at this Perth brunch and coffee hub. Not only pouring some of Perth’s best brews, the café has breakfast classics, substantial lunch options and also offers catering services. From its humble home in Brookfield place, Small Print proudly serves over-caffeinated office locals and does not disappoint.

What We Like: The atmosphere.
What We Don’t Like:
Very small venue.

Address: Print Hall Basement Level, Brookfield Place, 125 St Georges Terrace, Perth
Phone: (08) 6282 0022
Hours: Monday – Friday 6.30 am – 4 pm

Small Print Baker & Coffee Maker

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10. Lot One Kitchen

Best for: Fast Service

Since opening in 2017, Lot One Kitchen has become one of the most sought-after spots on the WA foodie scene. With a menu emblazoned with something for everyone including fresh cold presses juices & vegan treats as well as awesome food & coffee, you can’t really go wrong here. It’s no surprise that this Hillarys spot is widely regarded as one of the best breakfasts in Perth.

What We Like: Super fast service.
What We Don’t Like: Can get very loud inside.

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No delivery
Address: Commercial 1, 46 Angove Drive, Hillarys WA 6025
Hours: Mon: 6:30am–3pm, Tue-Sat: 6:30am–8:30pm, Sun: 6:30am–3pm
Phone: 0408 807 448

Lot One Kitchen

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11. Chinta Cafe

Centred on a philosophy of love, Chinta Café offers a tropical escape for the people of Perth. The food at Chinta is inspired by bold South East Asian flavours and is sourced from local Western Australian providers. Chinta has plenty of vegan options and also offers high tea if you’re looking for a more classy brunch experience.

What We Like: High tea.
What We Don’t Like: Quick turnover expected.

Address: 29 Scarborough Beach Road, North Perth
Phone: (08) 9444 7939
Hours: Monday- Friday 7 am – 3 pm, Saturday & Sunday 7 am – 4 pm

Chinta Cafe

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12. Flora & Fauna

Quirky and hidden, finding this café on your morning stroll means you have certainly lucked out. Tiny in size, Flora & Fauna makes up for it with a quality all-day brunch menu, fresh-pressed juices and Micrology coffee. Super cute and kitsch, the Perth cafe also sells small gifts and flowers.

What We Like: Eco friendly!
What We Don’t Like: Better for food than for shopping in their little store.

Address: 70 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge
Phone: 0468 948 281
Hours: Tuesday- Friday 7.30 am – 3 pm, Saturday & Sunday 8.30 am – 3 pm

Flora & Fauna

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13. Propeller

This vibrant eatery in Perth’s hip Fremantle is another one of our favourite spots to grab the best brunch in Perth. This place is open all day, with tasty brekky, brunch and dinner options. Hang around for a drink and a pizza and good times in this cool, quirky space.

What We Like: The Feed Me Menu.
What We Don’t Like: Price to portion ratio.

Address: 222 Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle
Phone: (08) 9335 9366
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 8 am – Late


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14. Mary Street Bakery Highgate

Mary Street Bakery is a Perth institution, and the café in Highgate is one of our favourites. Our recommendation is their take on the classic steak sandwich, with add-ons of fried egg, tobacco onion, pepperonata and siracha.

What We Like: The donuts / cakes.
What We Don’t Like: Better at sweet than savoury.

Address: 507 Beaufort Street, Highgate
Phone: 0499 509 300
Hours: Monday – Sunday 7 am – 4 pm

Mary Street Bakery Highgate

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15. Someday Coffee Co

Someday Coffee Co is a shining gem in an often-overseen pocket of Floreat. The space is full of pale pinks and splashes of green, creating a soft and cosy spot for your Sunday brunch. Order in and enjoy burgers, smashed avo and buddha bowls or grab a takeaway gourmet sandwich or pie.

What We Like: Great for takeaway.
What We Don’t Like: Small venue.

Address: 445 Cambridge Street, Floreat
Phone: 0422 777 558
Hours: Monday – Sunday 6.30 am – 4 pm

Someday Coffee Co.

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16. Voyage Kitchen

Open all day every day and serving up quality meals with vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free options and high tea, Voyage kitchen has it all. Located north of Perth in Sorrento, this place is definitely worth the trek. We recommend you try their Mozzarella Corn Fritters, served with beetroot bearnaise, avo and salsa! Delicious!

What We Like: The atmosphere.
What We Don’t Like: Price to portion ratio.

Address: 128 West Coast Drive
Phone: 08 9447 2443
Hours: Monday 6.30 am – 5 pm, Tuesday – Sunday 6.30 am – Late

Voyage Kitchen

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17. Bread in Common

The warehouse interior and friendly atmosphere of Bread in Common makes it one of the spots you are guaranteed to get the best brunch in Perth. With long communal tables, this café encourages community and friendship over a shared meal. Their speciality is bread, and they make a great organic sourdough!

What We Like: The Lamb.
What We Don’t Like: Limited street parking.

Address: 43 Pakenham Street, Fremantle
Phone: 08 9336 1032
Hours: Monday – Friday 10 am – Late, Saturday 9 am – Late

Bread in Common

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18. West End Deli

West End Deli is a neighbourhood bistro located in the heart of suburban West Perth. They pride themselves in delivering high-quality cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner whilst also mastering a perfectly cooked selection of baguettes and pastries. The deli effortlessly converts to a sophisticated wine and dinner spot as the daylight fades.

What We Like: The service.
What We Don’t Like: Price to portion ratio.

Address: 95 Carr Street, West Perth
Phone: 0437 609 716
Hours: Monday – Friday 6.30 am – 3 pm, Saturday – Sunday 7 am – 3 pm

West End Deli

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19. Hylin

An intimate, cosy café in West Leederville with great coffee and delectable breakfast and brunch eats. The fuel of choice at Hylin is Micrology coffee and the easy-going vibe of the café matched by the friendly staff and NYC inspired outfit. The all-day menu is spot on, with options for every taste.

What We Like: The burger.
What We Don’t Like: Limited parking that requires a ticket.

Address: 178 Railway Parade
Phone: 0476 644 997
Hours: Monday- Friday 6.30 am – 2.30 pm, Saturday & Sunday 7.30 am – 2.30 pm


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20. Odyssea Beach Cafe

Best for: Location

Odyssea beautifully unites the iconic Western Australian coastline with fine dining, what could go wrong?! With a classic modern-Australian menu, fine coffee and a selection of cakes and desserts, it’s time to indulge. Once it hits midday, order a wine and watch the day slip away. Make a booking, this place gets busy!

What We Like: Location right on the beach.
What We Don’t Like: Slow service.

Address: 187 Challenger Parade, City Beach
Phone: (08) 9385 7979
Hours: Monday – Thursday 11.30 am – Late, Friday – Sunday 6.30 am – Late

Odyssea Beach Cafe

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21. Harvest Espresso

A sure standout amongst the sprawling Victoria Park café scene, Harvest Espresso is one of our favourite Perth brunch spots. The quaint café has countless pretty and delicious drinks like their matcha and various lattes. Whilst the menu is fairly small, the food is exciting and will have you coming back for more!

What We Like: The croissants.
What We Don’t Like: Price to portion ratio.

Address: 629 Albany Highway, Victoria Park
Phone: (08) 9355 5884
Hours: Monday – Sunday 7 am – 4 pm

Harvest Espresso

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22. Mrs S

Best for: Great Menu

One of our most loved eclectic and kitsch cafes, a visit to Mrs S feels like a cosy meal and a warm hug. With plenty of homemade touches like a handwritten menu on the chalkboard and homemade additions to the breakfast and lunch menus. The cakes here are also divine, almost like they have been cooked by your gran!

What We Like: The amazing menu.
What We Don’t Like: Decor could be improved.

Address: 178 Whatley Crescent, Marylands
Phone: (08) 9271 6690
Hours: Tuesday – Friday 7 am – 4 pm, Saturday & Sunday 8 am – 4 pm

Mrs S

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23. Moore & Moore Cafe

Moore & Moore is a must if you’re looking for the quintessential Freo brunch and dining experience. Super cute, trendy but equally as effortless, this café has a healthy, seasonal brunch and lunch menu. Coffee is also a drawing card here, brewing their very own blend of Karvan Coffee.

What We Like: The courtyard.
What We Don’t Like: Price to portion ratio.

Address: 46 Henry Street, Fremantle
Phone: (08) 9335 8825
Hours: Monday – Sunday 7 am – 4 pm

Moore & Moore Cafe

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24. Bib & Tucker

A classic Australian origin, with stunning views of our beautiful beach landscape. The menu is modern Australian, and despite the gorgeous location, is as unpretentious as it comes. They pride themselves on their wood-fired ovens pizza, our favourite is the chilli-prawn!

What We Like: The baked alaska.
What We Don’t Like: Slow service.

Address: 18 Leighton Beach Boulevard, Leighton Beach
Phone: (08) 9433 2147
Hours: Monday – Tuesday 8 am – 3 pm, Wednesday – Sunday 8.30 am – 10 pm

Bib & Tucker

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25. Good Things Cafe

It’s hipster central at Good Things Café, where everything is good, relaxed and tasty AF. Tucked away in Mosman Park, there are plenty of healthy brunch options as well as some more cheeky alternatives, like the banana-nut hotcakes. The coffee from this Perth cafe here comes from local independents, Micrology.

What We Like: The chai lattes.
What We Don’t Like: Slower service.

Address: 128 Wellington Street, Mosman Park
Phone: (08) 9384 8652
Hours: Monday- Friday 6.30 am- 3.30 pm, Saturday & Sunday 7 am – 3 pm

Good Things Cafe

Key Things to Consider for Perth Brunch Spots

The key factors to keep in mind when deciding where to go:

  • Price – how expensive is your food/coffee.
  • Variation – menu variety and ability to make changes when needed.
  • Ambience – cafe’s are no fun to visit unless they have an interesting or calm ambience.
  • Quality of Coffee – probably the most important factor when considering any cafe.
  • Service – good service makes the experience at a restaurant of cafe that much more enjoyable.

Alternatives to These Restaurants in Perth

If you’re looking for other things to do in and around Perth, we’ve got you covered with some of the options listed below. If you’re looking for a more specific cuisine, check out our list of the Best South Perth Restaurants You Need to Try or the Best Coffee Shops and Cafes in Perth. If you’re full, we can also help you with your tan with our list of the  Best Perth Beaches to Visit This Summer or show you the Best Perth Fishing Spots to Drop a Line.

General FAQ

Where is the best cafe in Perth to get breakfast with kids?

The best cafe to grab breakfast with the kids in Perth is Hobart Deli in North Perth.

What is the best cafe for breakfast in Perth?

Perth has a variety of top breakfast and brunch spots, but our top favourite is Bread in Common.

Where can I get a vegan breakfast in Perth?

The best cafes and restaurants for vegan breakfast and brunch in Perth are Chinta, Flora & Fauna and Voyage Kitchen.

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