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Meat wrapped in pastry… name a more iconic duo. Here’s some of our top spots for a sausage roll in Perth.

North Street Store

It really seems as if North Street Store can do no wrong! From their now-famous cinnamon scrolls, to their next-level sandwiches, and now their sausage roll. These buttery, flaky bois are porky, fennely goodness. Lucky for us, along with their cinny scrolls, they’re now available across the ever expanding NSS empire, as well as stocked at cafes across Perth.

16 North Street, Cottesloe


Daisies

You can’t help but feel that it’s summertime when you’re at Daisies. These guys claim to be the “best in the West” when it comes to sausage rolls (do I detect a smidgen of healthy competition?), and the morning crowds will agree: a post swim snack of a Daisies sausage roll is hard to beat.

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Daisies, Cottesloe

305 Marmion Street, Cottesloe


Mary Street Bakery

Mary Street is now almost synonymous with bakeries in Perth. With their ever expanding list of locations, it’s comforting to know that no matter where you are, their sausage rolls can’t be all that far away. Whether it’s their classic pork and fennel, the lamb variant or their spinach and ricotta option, these giant rolls go reeeally well with a doughnut. Better yet – convince the boss that a box is a really necessary addition to your next meeting.

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Mary Street Bakery

Allendale Square, 77 St Georges Terrace, Perth
Shop 1& 2, Empire Village, City Beach
507 Beaufort Street, Highgate
272 Railway Parade, West Leederville
Shop 3, 5 Shenton Road, Claremont
QV1, 250 St Georges Terrace, Perth


Wild Bakery

This super popular South Freo bakery has earned heaps of fans through their sourdough breads and market pop up stalls, but their sausage rolls are amazing in their own right. Sizeable rolls with pork and fennel filling, and a super flaky pastry crust – these are worth going out of your way for.

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Wild Bakery, South Fremantle

346 South Terrace, South Fremantle


Chez Jean-Claude Patisserie

Swiss bakery Jean-Claude’s has become somewhat of a Perth institution, operating out of its Subiaco bakery since 1997. And while they do a ripper traditional sausage roll, the German sausage – a smoked Schubling pork sausage wrapped in pastry – takes things to the next level.

333 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
26 Oxford Close, West Leederville



Pusey’s Puffs

Pusey’s Puffs is like a blast from the past. The unassuming bakery (well, except for the dragon on the side) is famed for its jam and cream filled puffs, however those in the know will make sure to pick up one of their super tasty, flaky, inexpensive sausage rolls.

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Pusey's Puffs, Nedlands

122C Dalkeith Road, Nedlands


Woodfired Baker

The Woodfired Baker specialises in all things sourdough and woodfired, but they also whip up some pretty killer pastries and sweets. Baking from a restored century-old oven, their sausage roll offerings – which include a pork, apple and fennel, and plain beef version – all have a uniquely wood-fired flavour that’s hard to pass up.

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Woodfired Baker, Maylands

194 Whatley Crescent, Maylands


Ethos Deli + Dining Room

Ethos have been knocking it out of the park since opening in 2020, just down the road from sibling venue Young George. We find it pretty hard to go past their sandwiches (one of our favourites), but if you can resist, you’ll be richly rewarded by their game-changing, decadent duck sausage roll.

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Ethos, East Fremantle

88 George Street, East Fremantle



Oushk

The heartbeat of Palmyra’s big warm and welcoming community vibes, Oushk offers a mouthwatering hint of Middle Eastern vibes, with their sausage rolls no different. These big, flavourful boys will keep you fuelled for whatever your day throws at you.

61A Carrington St, Palmyra


Aunty Barb’s

Aunty Barb’s has become a thing of legends. These monster-sized rolls are certainly crowd-pleasers, with old faithfuls on offer like their classic and spinach and ricotta varieties – but they also whip up some you won’t find elsewhere, like their insane cheeseburger-sausage roll hybrid. Plus, if you’re gluten free, they make some of the best GF rolls in town. And if Aunty Barb’s ain’t open, you can pop into nearby Fremantle Spirit Co. to grab one of these bad boys:

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Aunty Barb's, O'Connor

12 Flindell Street, O’Connor



The Clean Food Store

Fair enough, a clean food store probably isn’t the number one place we’d expect to find such a good sausage roll – but luckily, we’re always prepared to be surprised. The Clean Food Store does a ripper roll, with flaky pastry and a considerable filling – all organic, of course!

214A Nicholson Road, Subiaco


The Black Truffle

North Fremantle providore the Black Truffle has Got. The. Goods. From the glowing cabinets of salumi to the beautifully presented artisanal products – think locally made North Freo smoked sriracha, Handsome Devil pickles, or Furious Bee honey. And their sausage rolls? Well jeez, we don’t mean to be impolite, but… they’ve got girth. Made with pork and fennel, these guys are some classically handsome fellas.

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Black Truffle, North Fremantle

Unit 1, 82 Stirling Highway, North Fremantle


Sambo’s Lunch Bar

Tucked away in the unassuming Doric Street shops, Sambo’s Lunch Bar is serving up some of the best, most unpretentious sausage rolls around. Baked fresh every day, these are well worth taking an extra smoko for.

1 Doric Street, Scarborough


Culley’s

Freo’s oldest cafe, Culley’s has had more than enough time to perfect their sausage roll game. Now in the fourth generation of Culley family ownership, the High Street stalwart has expanded to include another four locations; each serving up the bakery’s golden, flaky sausage rolls.

Perth's Best Sausage Rolls, Culley's, Fremantle

116 High Street, Fremantle
Unit 1/27 Zeta Crescent, O’Connor
Unit 1/16 Bowen Street, Kardinya
Unit 2/56 McCoy Street, Myaree
Unit 3/7 Aspiration Circuit, Bibra Lake


Kwinana Cafe

You wouldn’t expect a high-brow, pretentious sausage roll out of Kwinana, and that’s not what you’re going to get. Instead, you’ll find an absolute classic, made to perfection. These homemade goodies sell out quick, so if you’ve got a hankering, make sure to get there early.

1 Mandurah Road, Kwinana Beach



Kings Eurostyle Bakery

We’re not sticklers when it comes to semantics, which is just one reason Kings’ burek absolutely needs a special mention. These guys are experts when it comes to any meat and pastry combo – actually, when it comes to just about any baked good. Make sure to go on an empty stomach, as you’ll probably be tempted by one of everything.

6/12 Harrison Street, Balcatta

Header image: Daisies