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Their fluffy, sweet and Perth is obsessed with them. Whether you call it a cinnamon roll, cinnamon scroll or cinni-bun, these sticky treats are delicious with swirls of cinnamon and frosting on top. Grab yourself a freshly baked scroll from eight of Perth’s best cinnamon scroll bakers.

North Street Store

The cinni scrolls at this Cottesloe bakery have a cult following. People line-up down the street for a NSS fresh cinny bun. They sell so many that you’re always guaranteed a hot, fresh scroll – in their first year of opening they estimated they made 145,000 of them! They even created a giant cinnamon bun cake for customers to order for special occasions.
16 North St, Cottesloe


General Public

The weekend isn’t complete without a sourdough cinnamon scroll from General Public. Their classic vanilla glazed scroll just melts in your mouth and is even more delicious when warm. They’re known for selling out of their cinnamon buns on the weekend, so you better get in early to get your cinni-fix.

5/19 Doric St, Scarborough


Carina’s Kitchen

Attention all vegans! Don’t miss out on being part of this cinni-trend, these cinnamon rolls are for you. Carina’s Kitchen sell vegan friendly cinnamon rolls out of Roho Bure on Friday and Saturday, as well as the Fremantle Farmers Market from 8am-12pm on Sunday.

226 Carr Place, Leederville (Roho Bure)


Spirals Cinnamon

This Mt Hawthorn café has been making cinnamon scrolls since opening in 2004. They bake the classic scroll, as well as a range of delicious flavours; salted butterscotch pecan, raspberry cream cheese, chocolate fudge, cream cheese pretzel and more. Your toughest decision will be which flavour to try.

21 Green St, Mount Hawthorn 


Sugar & Nice

Don’t stress if they sell out of their cinnamon scrolls, they have so many other cakes and treats available that you’ll walk away with something delicious. This Beaufort Street favourite is renowned for their scrolls and sometimes advertise a ‘two for one’ deal on their socials. Look for the giant multi-coloured cow mural on Beaufort Street and you’re in the right place.
6052/882 Beaufort St, Inglewood


Wild Bakery

Not all cinnamon scrolls are the same. You might know Wild Bakery for its amazing bread, but did you know that they also make cinnamon scrolls? The team at Wild Bakery make Swedish buns, which is their version of a cinnamon scroll.

346 South Terrace, South Fremantle


Sinamon

If you only want a cinnamon scroll or any flavoured scroll, then head to Sinamon.

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These guys only have sinamon buns on the menu and they have everything from the original sinamon roll, as well as red velvet sinamon cake, crème brulee, triple hazelnut sinamon roll and triple chocolate.

76 Walcott St, Mount Lawley


George’s Café

George’s Café is a hidden cinnamon roll paradise in City Beach. Their light and fluffy cinnamon scrolls are made and baked in-house and are addictive. They’re sweet, but not so rich that you won’t be able to eat a whole scroll by yourself.

13/31 Gayton Rd, City Beach 


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Cover photo via Carina’s Kitchen

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