Mount Hawthorn is buzzing with trendy cafes and outstanding coffee.
The quiet little suburb of Mount Hawthorn is often overlooked when it comes to cafe hunting, usually being overshadowed by its neighbours Leederville and Mount Lawley.
Over recent times it has emerged with a strip of exciting eats and drinks worthy of any food lover’s attention, with cafes in Mount Hawthorn really bringing their A-game to the table.
If you’re guilty of neglecting this little gem then it’s time you paid a visit to see what you’re missing out on.
Leaf & Bean
Your local neighbourhood cafe, Leaf & Bean prides itself on great coffee and a tasty seasonal menu.
It’s super popular with the locals for a reason, and if you head through the back you’ll find a shaded garden area to perch while you feast with toys to keep the little ones occupied.
Their classic eggs benny is an absolute winner with house-made hollandaise, or if you want to spice it up a bit you can opt for the cheesy chilli scramble served with turkish bread.
If you’re missing the yearly Bali trip, then Casa Bianchi might just be the fix you’re after.
This Bali-inspired corner cafe is a little piece of paradise and has a luscious green courtyard area complete with ponds and water features so you can totally sit back and relax.
They do breakfast and lunch with a simple, hearty and delicious option of dishes from belgian waffles with crispy bacon to a smashed avo with feta.
I’m going to assume you’ve been to or at least heard of the Yelo overlooking our gorgeous coastline in Trigg, so you’ll know that the coffee and food here is top-notch and you can expect nothing less at their store in Mt Hawthorn.
Perfect to grab on the go, they’ve got a range of healthy and fresh lunch or breakfast options like bagels, coconut bread or frittatas plus a selection of fresh juices and smoothies to kickstart your morning right.
Straight from the streets of Rome to Lupo Lab in Mt Hawthorn.
Enter into the bright, open interior to a carb-lovers dream with Rome-inspired breakfast, lunch and dinner and roasted-on-site coffee.
They’ve got housemade pasta like tonnarelli carbonara and gnocchi if you’re heading in later in the day or if you want a brekky fix you can’t go past the Italian basil scramble with shredded red pepper, parsley & herb pangrattato, crispy fried basil and ciabatta.
Humblebee Coffee is tucked in on the corner of Coogee Street and has made a name for itself because of its dedication and passion for honouring the humble coffee bean.
Here you can get a bag of freshly roasted beans to order, with every guarantee it will be incredible considering they micro-roast and taste each batch so you can score an unforgettable coffee experience.
They have an everchanging selection of coffees depending on the season, and handcrafted blends that reflect the best of coffee’s diverse traditions and origins. The ultimate spot to get your next cuppa for sure.
Fields Of Vincent
We love our bagels, and Fields Of Vincent are whipping up some of the best in Perth.
They have a huge range to choose from with cajun chicken, bacon and egg and gluten-free or vego options available too all just as yummy as the next.
You’ll of course need something to wash it down with, so luckily they also brew up a killer coffee and some nutritious and delicious superfood smoothies to kick your day off right.
Dejaxo Artisan Bakery And Cafe
If bakeries are your calling, then you can’t go past popping into Dejaxo Artisan Bakery and Cafe.
It’s a family-run, artisan bakery with a focus on quality and simple, home-cooked style food with real and wholesome ingredients- you simply have to pick up a loaf of their handcrafted bread on your way out to take home
They have a selection of pastries to take away or enjoy dining in plus a selection of milk bottles, yoghurt and gelato. Plus, this little spot is also dedicated to being environmentally friendly- we always love a little bit of that!
Bites By D
If you want to kick it up a notch and get your sugar fix, Bites By D is the way to go.
Their High Tea is served Tuesday to Sunday in the morning and afternoon with two hours of decadent desserts in a memorable tasting experience of sweet treats galore.
They’ve also got a breakfast menu if you’re after something a bit more substantial where you can find eggs benny, an all-day brekky burger and banoffee french toast.
Dear Green Cafe
Dear Green Cafe is a cozy little gem tucked away from the hustle and bustle in the more quiet streets of Mt Hawthorn.
Their service is always top-notch and guaranteed to put a smile on your face, while the food and coffee are equally as good. The house-made dumplings are a winner, and the simple bacon and scrambled egg cheese rolls make an excellent feed for those greasy morning feeds after you’ve had a few.
The Bodhi Tree
What’s better than a cafe? A bookstore in a cafe.
Welcome to The Bodhi Tree, where bookworms and foodies unite to create a tranquil, warm environment filled with inspiring reads and wholesome foods.
The coffee is fair-trade organic certified and the menu is full of natural ingredients with a majority of vegetarian dishes and some vegan options.
The cafe offers sweet and savoury snacks, breakfast and lunch in a relaxing environment perfect to perch up with a book and get your fresh food fix.
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