Anyone who has enjoyed the mouth-watering cakes, bread and pastries in Paris knows it can be tough to find authentic versions of these things here in Australia. JP Sancho delivers on all counts and has delicious quiches which make for a great lunch or light (early) dinner.
Flour Drum serve up out-of-this-world pastries, muffins, brioches, croque monsieurs, sandwiches, baguettes, pies, salads and soups. Everything is homemade and just wonderful.
At Brew-Ha they serve fresh roasted coffee for its extraordinary qualities, its delicious flavours and aroma, its virtues as a physical and mental stimulant, and above all for its unfailing ability to create a warm atmosphere.
Good cafe. Food portions probably too big so you will definitely not go hungry. Always full so being patient is definitely a virtue. Overall a nice vibe.Bella Rosa offers Highchairs and a kid friendly menu. The staff are lovely and friendly and the kids just add to the busy hustle and bustle of this restaurant.
Bench Espresso is awesome has some of the BEST hot chocolate and coffee in town. Worth a trip!
This is an up-market gourmet burger restaurant in Subiaco offering so much more than your average takeout burger bar.They showcase the best of what our great state has to offer by only using local, fresh food produce, all sourced right here in Western Australia. Quality is their primary focus, with healthy meal sized burgers served in a contemporary and family friendly environment. They have activity packs for the children and loads of high chairs, not to mention comfy leather booths and friendly staff!
Phenomenal coffee shop. A heterogeneous suite of environments located on the first floor with a balcony overlooking a pedestrian Hay street.
Cafe Mia is well-known for its massive breakfast fry-ups and some of the best coffee in town. This Inglewood icon has been a top rating restaurant amongst the locals. Kids menu available. Nice to drop in for a quick bite or a coffee and cake, room for the kids to play outside if its a nice day and lovely little garden centre attached.
Hidden in the alley between the Francis St carpark and William st is this tiny little coffee shop. They offer a good selection of teas and do a great coffee too.
Stickybeaks Cafe is the ideal place for young families to meet and enjoy a vast selection of delicious food while the children play in the Ivey Watson Playground or Lotterywest Family Area. The cafe is not bad, has a good range of ice creams, muffins, toasties, chips, pies etc.
Service is dedicated to a fine brew and the staff sure know their stuff. The house blend is fantastic and they also rotate a coffee blend of the day too.
Located in the famed Claremont Quarter it has to live up to its expectations... and it does exactly that. Serving a vast array of chocolate treats, coffee inspired snacks and ice cold desserts, Koko Black offers a welcome chance to take a break from shopping.
Enjoy freshly prepared sandwiches, salads and quiche or order from our menu in alfresco surroundings. Indulge with the perfect cup of coffee and your favourite cake or muffin! The name Café Iguana was chosen to link in with the Aztec theme from The Maze.
This is a vegan eatery that doesn't vastly inflate the price of tofu, and PAWS is it. This is vegan cheap skate eating at its best. Their no- frills dining is super cheap at $10 a meal, with a range of hot or raw meals, plus some tempting deserts that you'll find yourself chowing down all in the name of a good cause.
An inexpensive eatery serving traditional Singaporean cuisines.....well worth a visit