East Perth



  • When:6-3 Mon-Fri (kitchen closes 130)
  • Where:Unit 6 313 Hay St East Perth
  • Tel:9325 9396
  • Web:duo-tone.com.au

Rose Deli

  • When:Breakfast & lunch from 6am Mon-Sun
  • Where:25/50 Royal St East Perth
  • Tel:9221 5919
  • Web:rosedeli.com
  • Good for:a healthy and delicious breakfast to start the day.

Rose Deli won me over from the moment I set eyes on their pastel pink decor. It’s not over the top, but the little touches are so tastefully added through chairs, crockery and the salt, that it makes for a delightful setting in which to enjoy a bowl of muesli and a coffee. Read full review

Perth City Farm Market

  • When:8am-12pm Saturdays
  • Where:1 City Farm Pl East Perth
  • Web:perthcityfarm.org.au
  • Good for:getting a taste of the country in the middle of the city.

Restaurant Amusé

  • When:From 630pm Tues-Sat
  • Where:64 Bronte St East Perth
  • Tel:9325 4900
  • Web:restaurantamuse.com.au
  • Good for:treating your sweetheart on a special occasion.

The Partisan

  • When:Breakfast, lunch & dinner Tues-Sat, breakfast & lunch Sun.
  • Where:Shop 22/60 Royal St East Perth
  • Tel:9221 7404
  • Web:thepartisan.com.au

The Partisan is a southern European inspired restaurant that takes its home alongside the water in East Perth. Read full review

Bench Espresso

  • When:7-3 Mon-Fri
  • Where:191 / 471 Hay St Perth
  • Tel:9221 1131
  • Good for:a great coffee in the east end of town.

Since opening its doors in 2011, Bench Espresso has been embraced by the city’s east side workers. Positioned near the law courts on Hay Street, Bench’s polished concrete floors are offset by clean fittings, and gentle bursts of green and mauve decor are dotted about the café. Read full review

City Farm Café

  • When:7-3 Mon-Fri, 7-12 Sat
  • Where:1 City Farm Place East Perth
  • Tel:9325 7230
  • Web:cityfarmcafe.com.au


  • When:7am-9pm Mon-Sun
  • Where:Down on the waterfront, Shop 21 / 60 Royal St East Perth
  • Tel:9221 0771
  • Web:www.toasteastperth.com
  • Good for:breakfast!

Located on the water, deep inside the East Perth redevelopment area is the carbo-loaded Toast. At last count, Toast offered 14 different kinds of bread, from a gluten free option to rich, eggy challah. Read full review