Mother’s Day in Perth 2016: Breakfasts, Flowers, Gifts
We’ve compiled the best of the best, so you can take your Mum out for a day to remember in Perth.
Perth has really come into its own. The city boasts a delightful range of restaurants, bars, cafes, breweries, and retail locations with a quality to rival its Eastern brothers and sisters. If you’re looking for the perfect brunch spot to take Mum for Mother’s Day in Perth this year, read on. We’ve gathered together some of the best cafes and restaurants Perth has to offer. Now all you need to do is get the flowers and make the reservations.
The bright, inviting interior in this stylish North Perth café is just the beginning. The menu is small, but delicious (and when you're on to a good thing, why to complicate it?). When it comes to coffee, however, the team at Addison & Steele are passionate, constantly in search of the prefect blend.
a: Suite 1/448 Fitzgerald Street, North Perth
Serving up fresh and healthy produce sided with Campos Coffee, the Scarborough's is housed in a 60-year-old former hardware store front and still maintains an industrial feel.
a: 117a Brighton Road, Scarborough
p: 0456 752 747
No trip to Perth would be complete without a visit to the city’s energetic and wayward cousin: Fremantle. Chalky’s café calls the port-side suburb its home and is every bit what you would expect from a cool café here. Part rustic, part industrial chic with serious coffee and all-day brunch.
a: 1 High Street, West End, Fremantle
p: (08) 9335 1324
Overlooking a lake in Kings Park, Zamia Café provides the perfect setting for a Mother's Day breakfast followed by a stroll through the Botanic Gardens.
a: 50 May Drive, Kings Park
p: (08) 9388 6700
A classic cafe with friendly baristas, excellent brew (Melbourne’s Code Black), a good mix of classical and avant garde on the menu, and laid-back atmosphere. What more could you possibly want?
a: 25 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
Tapas! Our favourite way to spend the afternoon. Chat away, drink slowly, eat slowly. Or, if you would rather a more traditional sit down lunch (or breakfast, or dinner) Cantina do that, too. The menu is Spanish and Portuguese, the ingredients are always seasonal, and where possible, organic.
a: 663 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley
p: (08) 93704883
Named in 2014 as the 'Best Thai Restaurant in Australia' at the Restaurant and Catering Awards, Galangal is sure to please any Thai food lover. Plus, the Australian Good Food Guide say it's a "timelessly stylish setting", which sounds just about perfect for a Mother's Day lunch.
a: 180 Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn
p: (08) 9444 6005
For a laid-back get together with your mum- why not grab a serving of Freo’s best fish and chips and eat it on the beach? It’s a fun, casual solution that guarantees you beat the Mother Day rush.
a: Fisherman's Wharf, 44 Mews Road, Fremantle
p: (08) 9335 1911
Take in 360-degree views of Perth and the Swan River from 33 storeys up at C Restaurant, Perth's revolving restaurant. It offers a selection of 3-course lunches for $66 on Sundays. The restaurant also offers a high tea from 2pm until 3:30pm on Sundays. There are a few options starting at $44 per person. For high tea, phone reservations are required.
a: Level 33, 44 St George's Terrace, Perth
p: (08) 9220 8333
If you pride yourself on your excellent taste in craft beer, then this place might be for you. The food’s not light (German) but devilishly indulgent, and the beer is some of the best available in Perth.
a: Shop 6, 140 William Street, Perth
p: (08) 9321 6654
Reservations? Made. Gift? Sorted? Mum? Excited. Top it all off and be the perfect child: who doesn’t love to get a bunch of flowers.