Musing over Coffee: Five Perth Cafe Spots to try NOW

Ah, nothing quite compares to the feeling of locking the world away in a caffeine filled tranquil getaway spot. Whether you’re in need of a new cafe home, or meeting the girls for brunch, then look no further than this blogpost for some inspiration.

In this week’s coffee inspired blog post, I have compiled a list of some new and noteworthy spots to visit in in Perth. Check out the full list below.

Stomp Coffee, 39 Angove St, North Perth WA 6006

Situated on the stylish, contemporary inspired Angove St, North Perth, Stomp Coffee is deliberately tucked away (aside from a street sign).

Entry is via a narrow laneway which leads to a garden terrace. The moment you step in you will notice the counter located in the middle of the garden, which is where you place your order.

Serving some seriously good coffee accompanied by an all-day breakfast menu, this unique spot makes the perfect getaway. Not to be mistaken for a sleepy garden, this ultra-hip café attracts a fashionable crowd with some serious street-worthy Insta ootd (outfit of the day) moments.

The next time you’re on Angove St, don your fav logo print tee and harem pants then make a right into Stomp Coffee.

Stomp Coffee Opening hours include:

8:00am – 3pm Sun
7:00am – 3pm Sat
6:30am – 2:30pm weekdays

Mary St Bakery City Beach, Shops 1&2 Empire Village, 31-33 Gayton Rd, City Beach WA 6015

Mary St Bakery no longer just belongs on Mary St…it now extends all the way to the western suburbs with a new home in City Beach.

Attracting similar size crowds that the original Highgate location did and still does, this newbie grants the wishes of the western suburbs residents…that is for a local drop in spot for a coffee and to grab a bite.

For the perfectly put-together housewives, uni students and beachgoers go-to meeting place, this is the perfect spot for a skinny latte and eggs Benedict. In comparison to it’s other siblings it’s a slightly more hidden location (yet the locals probably love it that way!)

Casual is the unspoken etiquette..however, anything based in the Western Suburbs is never just casual, so be sure to pull out your striped wide-leg pants teamed with a cropped tee for chic style. Boasting a relaxed yet stylish interior, this place is hard to leave. Hint, even if you’re not from the ‘Western Suburbs’ its SO worth a visit!

Mary St Bakery Opening hours include:

Mon-Sun: 7am-4pm.

Addison and Steele, 1/448 Fitzgerald St, North Perth WA 6006


A short distance down from the heart of the café strip on Angove St, you will find Addison and Steele situated on the corner of Fitzgerald and Vasely Sts.

A daytime café that boasts an alluring interior with black and white décor tiles, this corner café is worth a visit. With an extensive breakfast and lunch menu, this spot is in a prime location for a catch up with friends on a Saturday or weekday afternoon pick-me up coffee.

Since I arrived at lunch hour, I decided to order the Prawn Tempura salad. It was deliciously fresh and was a welcome lunchtime option change. As there were plenty of take-away lunches & coffees to go, I opted to have my latte to go, which was equal to none great coffee.

Addison & Steele Opening hours include:

Mon-Sun: 7am-4pm.

North Beach Deli, 251 West Coast Dr, North Beach WA 6020

For the die-hard coastal enthusiasts who can’t imagine a weekend without the ocean, then this quiet achiever is worth a visit. Situated on West Coast Drive (between Yellow and Voyage) this modern minimalist coffee house boasts some seriously good diverse breakfasts options.

Under new ownership as of November last year, the menu is full of delicious choices and the coffee hits the spot.The dishes are quite generous in portion size, so if you’re meeting your bestie then I would highly recommend ordering a couple of dishes and sharing.

The banana pancakes are one of my favourite dishes and made with buckwheat, they take the guilt away yet are still so indulgent.

Sport your fav denim cut-offs, teamed with a cold-shoulder top and gladiator sandals (you will blend in perfectly with the decor)! The next time you’re taking a morning coastal walk, I would suggest paying a visit to this little gem.

North Beach Deli Opening hours include:

Breakfast 6:00am-11:30am 7 days
Lunch: 12pm 7 days
Dinner: Thursday- Saturday

J’co, 40R Bay View Terrace, Claremont WA 6010

Tucked away in the small iconic laneway off Bayview Terrace, is a chic relaxed, cosy café called J’Co. A favourite among locals and Perth foodies, this café serves up some of the best coffee around the Claremont quarter precinct.

In addition to great coffee there is a full breakfast and brunch menu with options including eggs benedict, omelets and smashed avocado dishes. There is also a range of healthy bites and cakes so hard to resist! The interior is modern minimalism with a warm vibe of wooden tables and mosaic patterned cushions.

Extending to a long outdoor balcony, it’s the perfect spot to take a minute out from shopping without the outside distractions.Style has long been synonymous with Claremont residents, so opt for a relaxed ensemble that is effortless, try a white button down shirt, denim distressed jeans and a pair of white sneakers (you will blend right in with the locals).

The next time you find yourself in Claremont, venture down this iconic laneway and treat yourself to a coffee.

J’Co Opening hours include:

Monday -Saturday 7am-3pm

If I have left any of your favourite cafes out or got a suggestion of a great Perth cafe, feel free to leave it in the comments. x


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