We have to admit, we are thanking our lucky stars at the moment. There’s never been a better time to be located in Perth (or WA for that matter) and as a small business, the support of our community has been heartwarming during these recent times. As a team, we recognise the importance of looking after other small businesses too, and we’re definitely not ones to say no to brunch or brekkie! There’s nothing quite like a hot coffee and delicious serving of eggs on toast to refuel after a workout or a little pancake treat on a Sunday.
We’re sharing the love with a list of all our favourite go-to brunch spots around Perth. Let us know if we’ve missed your favourite so we can be sure to check it out!
A Cottesloe icon, Daisies is a favourite among our regulars and instructors. Serving up amazing coffee alongside a delicious menu to grab and go or enjoy alfresco, Daisies is a winner all year round. Kacey’s fave? “I can’t go past the delicious epic avo on toast and their famous sausage rolls. Paired with a piping hot coffee and it’s the perfect morning!”
305 Marmion Street, Cottesloe | www.daisies.net.au
This gorgeous little cafe have absolutely nailed the friendly neighbourhood vibe and with a food and coffee menu to boot, you couldn’t ask for anything more. Fresh, seasonal produce is a standout with the highest quality ingredients and something to suit all dietary requirements. Their all day menu features healthy dishes including super salads, tasty bircher muesli and the failsafe avo on toast as well as more indulgent options like fried chicken burger and buttermilk pancakes, Excuse us while we stop drooling…Good luck making a selection from this menu, you may have to come back for a second visit!
78 Banksia Terrace, Kensington | www.thelittlebanksia.com.au
Leedy locals know and love Sayers, renowned for its eclectic decor, outstanding coffee and a menu that never disappoints. Melissa loves stopping in here for a takeaway en route to the studio or for a lazy Sunday brunch with her little boy Lincoln. Their motto is “great food, great coffee” and once you’ve dined at Sayers, you’ll absolutely agree! Choose from one of their unique dishes or go for a classic, eggs on toast. Either way, you won’t be disappointed. And good luck saying no to one of their EPIC cakes on the counter though…
224 Carr Place, Leederville | www.sayersfood.com.au
For those a little further south, Cafe Moka is a must try. Perched in an idyllic location on Dolphin Quay, there is no better place than to sit and unwind solo or to catch up with friends for weekend brunch. Enjoy a dish from an extensive menu that features wholesome, nourishing ingredients and take in the most spectacular view of the quay. Laura’s pick? “I absolutely love the Turkish Eggs! So filling and delicious and perfect for brekkie or lunch. The Nourishing Power Bowl is another favourite, and their coffee is next level good!”
Shop 2, Dolphin Quay, Mandurah | www.cafemoka.com.au
Daisies little sister cafe, The Other Side, is another local gem in Cott and for good reason too. The guys here KNOW good coffee, and with a fridge full of freshly made wraps, salads, muffins and delicious treats you won’t go hungry either. The deck outside is the perfect place to sit in the sun for your morning brew and to watch the world go by. The Other Side is buzzing with locals every morning so there’s always a great vibe at TOS.
142 Railway Street, Cottesloe | www.theothersidecottesloe.net.au