Claremont's best cafes, The Other Side

8 Of Claremont’s Best Cafés

bySally Hall
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Whether you’re after premium coffee, Swedish brunches or some nourishing juices, Claremont’s got it all! Check out a few of our favourite cafés when we’re in the 6010.

High Noon Saloon

In the heart of Claremont, tucked away down St Quentins Ave, you may stumble upon some of Perth’s very best coffee. A dark and moody fit out belies High Noon‘s warm service and killer brews – courtesy of exclusively serving single origins from a rotating range of premium roasters from all over the world.

Claremont's best cafes, High Noon Saloon

 22 St Quentins Avenue, Claremont

The Other Side

Situated in that pocket of Claremont that’s kind of almost Cottesloe, across the train line is Swanbourne… Wait, where are we? It doesn’t really matter, because the important thing is that you’re at The Other Side, and you’re about to have a great coffee – and maybe a smashed avo on toast, or some delish dairy-free porridge.

Claremont's best cafes, The Other Side

142 Railway Street, Claremont


Typika

A beloved Claremont haunt for years, Typika just continues dishing up the goods, and their perfect artisan coffee beans certainly don’t hurt either. They rock a bunch of the classics but always throw in a little twist that just elevates the experience every time, and it’s always hard to go past baked eggs with grilled chorizo in a tomato, capsicum and garlic sauce (slow cooked for five hours!), served with goat feta, coriander and toast.

331 Stirling Highway, Claremont


Empire Café

Okay, we understand a little skepticism when it comes to an in-store café, but Empire is here to prove you wrong. Fitted out with all the boho charm you’d expect, it’s a tranquil spot to stop by for a coffee and a slice of that signature carrot cake.

3/11 Leura Avenue, Claremont


The Goods Shed Café

Art and coffee combined? Well, that’s a masterpiece. Practically on top of the train station, it’s a surprisingly charming setting – with excellent coffee and snacks to match. Part of arts organisation FORM, it’s also one of only a few not for profit cafés in Australia!

4 Shenton Road, Claremont


Fika Swedish Kitchen

Swedish food isn’t just meatballs and Princess cake! A trip to Fika will make you feel like you’re visiting Stockholm for the afternoon, with treats like house cured salmon gravlax and horseradish cream, skagen, and of course, some Kalles Kaviar on crispbread.

Claremont's best cafes, Fika Swedish Kitchen

40R Bay View Terrace, Claremont


Stand’In Room

Stand In Room promises coffee, beats and bites – and certainly delivers. Pop by for your morning caffeine fix and just try to resist the sweet treats on offer.

20a Bay View Terrace, Claremont


Pressed Earth

If its nourishment you crave, you have to pop into Pressed Earth‘s Claremont store. Pick up a refreshing, cold-pressed juice or smoothie – or grab a healthy lunch or dinner for the road. Whatever you get, you’ll feel better for it!

Claremont's best cafes, Pressed Earth

5/24 St Quentin Avenue, Claremont

Header image: The Other Side