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Top Spots For Breakfast In And Around The City of Perth

Need a great Perth breakfast venue nearby to central Perth? Look no further – here are our top recommendations for breakfast in Perth; whether you are after traditional bacon and eggs, a more modern cuisine or a bowl of rice noodles – it’s all here!

Perth has some great coffee and breakfast chains such as Dôme Cafes, the Coffee Club and Miss Maud – all scattered in convenient locations across the city. If you are after something a bit more unique, read on.

Breakfast In the City of Perth & Northbridge

Uncle Joe's Mess Hall

Source: Uncle Joe’s Mess Hall

Uncle Joe’s Mess Hall

Uncle Joes Mess has a relaxed and funky atmosphere where you can escape the office or the busy streets.

Find them:
74-76 King St, Perth WA 6000

Visit: www.unclejoes.com.au/

 

Flora and Fauna breakfast

Source: Flora and Fauna Facebook page

Flora & Fauna

Specialising in vegetarian and vegan breakfasts and lunch, Flora and Fauna feature shabby-chic decor & retro wallpaper. Open from 7:30am daily

Find Them:
4/70 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge

Visit: Fauna and Flora on Facebook

Petition PerthPetition Kitchen

Perfectly located in the heart of Perth, Petition Kitchen offers house-made pastries, smoothies and breakfast plus a weekend breakfast menu and artisanal coffee.

Find Them:
Corner St George’s Terrace & Barack Street, Perth

Visit: www.petitionperth.com

 

Breakfast in Leederville

Shortlist Oxford StreetShortlist Cafe

Smashed Avo, homemade crumpets and hummus stuffed bagels are on the menu at Shortlist Café in Leederville. With great priced coffee and good service, you don’t want to miss out on a beautiful breakfast in the trendy streets of Leederville.

Find them:
150 Oxford St, Leederville WA 6007

Visit: https://www.facebook.com/shortlistoxfordst

 

 

Pixel CoffeePixel Coffee Brewers

Open for breakfast and lunch, this fab cafe offers colourful healthy meals and awesome coffee.

Find Them:
2/226 Oxford Street, leederville

Visit: Pixel Brewers Facebook page

 

Breakfast in Fremantle

Duck-Duck-BruceDuck Duck Bruce

The menu names alone at Duck Duck Bruce should get you excited for new and exciting breakfast options. “Auber Jean is not my lover” crispy fennel potato straws, spinach, almonds, Ivan’s Goan eggplant pickle, roti, coconut sambal, eggs, raita. Or “It’s not easy being Green” spiced sausage burger, sesame bun, cheese custard, smashed hash brown, bacon jam, more bacon, fried egg, chilli, crispy shallots. Definitely an option for everyone.

Find them:
18 Collie st, Fremantle

Visit: https://www.duckduckbruce.com.au/

 

Breakfast in Subiaco

Architects and Heros

Source: Architects and Heros

Architects and Heroes

Architects and HeroesArchitects and HeroesArchitects and Heroes offer speciality coffee, tea and breakfast options.

Find them:
25 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco WA 6008

Visit: Architects and Heroes on Facebook

 

 

 

These breakfast options are all convenient for local Perthonians and visitors alike. If you are in Perth on a package holiday or staying at a Perth hotel, these breakfast venues are convenient on foot, public transport or by free cat bus. Alternatively, get some fabulous breakfast options pointed out to you on our 2 hour Perth City Walking Tour – which runs 3 times a week from outside the WA Visitor Centre.

 

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