Our list of places which combine food, coffee, and wonderful atmosphere into the full modern brunch package.
At ThirdPlaces we make no apologies for massive coffee fans. But when we want to share great coffee with great company and food, we visit these brunch spots.
Sure to please coffee snobs and brunch geeks alike, we’ve populated our list with great cafes and venues which merge a great, convivial atmosphere with quality service, hearty food, and of course, excellent coffee.
A veteran of the Perth brunch scene, Typika occupies a large warehouse space with room for large groups.
The speed of delivery at Typika belies its size, and the small wait is made easier with consistently great espresso and filter coffee roasted onsite.
May Street Larder give a great contemporary Australian brunch the Freo treatment.
Comfort food joins easy brunch staples, with health foods and kombucha peeking in. The coffee is great, portions plentiful, and an ever-changing menu will both satisfy locals or justify the trip.
Named after the first dog in space, Laika’s own rise has proven there is a place for excellent food, coffee, and service in Lathlain, especially when served fast and without frills.
Complimenting modern brunch staples with in-house coffee roaster Timely Coffee, there are very few ways you can go wrong here.
Chu are a bit more of a deconstructed brunch: You choose from an array of delicious housemade pastries, baguettes, croissants, or even bread for your own DIY brunch.
What makes Chu such a special spot is the opportunity to bring your brunch to scenic and lovely Hyde Park by simply crossing the road. That they happen to serve wonderful Dukes coffee solidifies them as one of Perth’s best unconventional brunch spots.
Perth’s Jewish and New Orleans soul food cafe might feel like a gimmick if it didn’t get everything so effortlessly right.
Satchmo serve well-made coffee by Twin Peaks and seismic portions of soul food set to a background of jazz, with a live band on Sundays.
Boasting Perth’s best Reuben, bespoke pickles and sourdough, and a rotation of weekend specials—Modus hold down the cutting edge in both coffee and food.
Head to the Vic Park or Wembley cafés for an expanded menu and more tables.