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These all-day diners and cosy neighbourhood spots all serve great specialty coffee.
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A simple sandwich shop from the duo behind May Street Larder.
The antithesis of a clean-eating cafe.
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.
Tim Willing's second cafe serves Willing Coffee's in-house blend alongside house-baked croissants.
A jewel of Fremantle’s West End.
A friendly spot by three Perth hospitality veterans.
It’s more than a cafe, but it’s not quite a restaurant, either.
Focusing on the flat white, takeaway options and classes for the domestic barista.
The husband-and-wife team behind Restaurant Amuse have swapped fine dining for a breezy, suburban cafe.
Don’t believe the name: this retro cafe is as unpretentious as they come.
Sophisticated beachside dining with unrivalled coastal views.
Sophisticated, no matter what time of day you show up.
The high-end coffee store features “risk-free” pricing, a well-stocked retail space and rare single-origin coffees served in wine glasses.
A suburban cafe serving specialty coffee alongside great doughnuts and house-smoked barbeque meats.
Korean flavours star on the all-day menu.
An airy cafe serving Five Senses coffee and lots of takeaway options.
Breakfast at its best, from grab-and-go to stay-a-while.
Anything goes at this breakfast-to-dinner eatery.
When two of the three owners are former state champion baristas, you know you're in safe hands.
Introducing Eamon Sullivan's friendly neighbourhood cafe.
If you like skinny or soy milk in your coffee, this purist cafe isn't the one for you.
A cafe that sells coffee, jaffles and single-speed bikes? It’s a thing.
Fancy a coffee and a gelato-doughnut burger?
No grumpy baristas allowed.
Stunning cakes are the hallmark of this not-for-profit cafe.
It’s all things coffee at this kid-friendly cafe and roastery.
The vast headquarters of Perth’s most popular cafe, which now has multiple locations.
The Leederville cafe expands west with a bigger menu and BYO dinners in the back half of the week.
Chin-strokingly good specialty coffee at the bottom of Fitzgerald Street.
A cafe showcasing an ethical coffee roaster.
The Mary Street Bakery team’s roaster and dedicated coffee spot, with a self-serve food station.
Enjoy a broad-ranging menu among the flowering plums.
Takeaway coffee with bagels, crumpets and breakfast cups.
For the love of coffee and all things handmade.
Bagels in a bike shop.
A cafe bringing life to the western end of Cambridge Street.
Location number four for Perth’s favourite cafe.
Southeast Asian-inspired brunches matched with quality coffee.
Cafe by day, small bar by night.
A small, perfectly formed shrine for coffee.
Atypical in the best possible way.
Precision is king at this specialty coffee house.
Cabin kitsch meets hearty, day-long brunch.
Takes waste-free shopping to another level.
A “responsible cafe” with a health-conscious menu.
A sweet cafe by a former Rockpool and Loose Box chef.
Where coffee and sustainability are all that matters.
Coffee, food, wine, cider and … fishing.
An all-day bar and diner that genuinely cares about your allergies and intolerances.
The biggest of Perth’s four Cimbalino cafes.