With neighbours like Francoforte and Superstar Waffles, this end of Williams Lane had enough evening cred, but someone needed to step up and cater for the breakfast and in-between crowd – and hello Babooshka. The coffee is great but it’s really the food offering that’ll have you coming back. The Dukkah Eggs and the Tsar’s breakfast are a must, as is the breakfast named after the establishment – the Babooshka. That’s three knockouts and at least three visits…link
For some of the best baked goods we’ve tried in a long time, a little stroll north to neighbouring Highgate will take you to the oh, so cute Chu Bakery. Grab a croissant and a doghnut with a coffee to go and laze in leafy Hyde Park – you’ll be wanting more, we promise you…. 498 William St Highgate – no website – open Tues – Sun 7am to 4pm
Tucked behind a burger joint is the a little cafe that couldn’t be further from burgers if you tried….Flora & Fauna is a cute little cafe serving not only great coffee and smoothies but a beautiful range of vegan, vegetarian & raw dishes that make you feel good inside. Open 730am to 3pm most days. 70 Aberdeen St Northbridgelink
100 years ago, the Flour Factory used to produce bags and bags of, you guessed it….flour. Now its a mult level hosptitality fun factory that produces some of the best sweet treats in town, with great coffee to wash it down as well as a bar with Perth’s biggest Gin collection! Their ever changing menu always includes a selection of their famous hot dogs.
Garum, Roman fish sauce made by salting and fermenting fish in small clay jugs or vessels, was used commonly throughout ancient Roman cooking.
This osteria’s Menu, created by chef Mario Di Natale, focuses on the ideals of Roman cooking, its techniques and history while highlighting the richness of Western Australian produce.
There is no secret behind the success of this William Street cafe. Instead the formula is quite simple – good coffee, great breakfasts and an eclectic atmosphere. Their ever-changing, house made salad selection makes choosing something to eat at lunch a challenge….link
Mr Fox on William is one of the new kids on the street and we’re very pleased to welcome them and their delicious, healthy lunch menu to the neighbourhood. As cosy as the place is, some days you’re just in too much of a hurry and that’s when their tasty takeaway lunch boxes come in handy. These guys also serve great coffee and are guaranteed to take care of your breakfast needs.link
Petition Kitchen has a passion for fresh food which culminates in an assortment of rustic, quirky and fun dishes meant to share, or simply enjoy solo. Start the day with house-made pastries, smoothies and breakfast. Relax through a weekend breakfast menu, settle in for a real lunch or get serious with a great dinner and take in the moody history of the space.link
Yes the coffee is good and yes the venue is the requisite amount of “cool” but what this place is all about is writ large in it’s name – toasted grilled cheese sandwiches. There are some out there combinations like the Pear Grillz or the Danny Zuccho but regardless of what you choose you’ll never leave disappointed. Keeping it real – the space is frequently used for small gigs for local & up and coming artists.link
West End deli Cereal and Sandwich Bar is the fun new addition to the State Buildings’ basement. Cereal and Sandwich Bar offers both healthy and funky cereals for breakfast along with old school favourites. At lunch time it’s time for freshly made baguettes, pies and salads.link
Like you, we take our dessert needs very seriously. We’re glad to have Whisk Creamery just around the corned from us, serving superior soft-serve gelato, sorberts and other creative desserts that will wow you. And the best part is they’re open 7 days a week until late.link