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Felix and Co.
Kate and Abel.
ARCHITECTS AND HEROES
Subi’s newest espresso bar is manned (and womanned)
by unpretentious-yet-passionate baristas serving kick-arse
Code Black Coffee and goodies from local patisserie
La Galette de France.
17 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
THE DAILY ESPRESSO BAR
The Daily Espresso Bar attracts coffee aficionados
from all over the western suburbs. And it’s no wonder:
barista Laurence Greenfield was the winner of the
national Lavazza barista competition last year.
119 Claremont Crescent, Swanbourne
ELIXIR COFFEE SPECIALISTS
These guys are just that – specialists. They roast their
beans on site, have a zany, art-filled interior and serve
the city’s best coconut-poached chicken banh mi.
45a/145 Stirling Highway, Nedlands
FELIX & CO
Bringing a dash of Melbourne coffee culture to Perth, the
Felix & Co boys are all about variety, in both bean and
brewing. Catering to caffeine-addicted students and hospital
workers is their specialty, as is their 24-hour cold brew.
Shop 8, 160 Hampden Road, Nedlands
If you’re not impressed by the Pippa McManus mural
or yummo daily muffin concoctions (the choc mint is
swoon-worthy), maybe the rare-out-west Campos beans
will win you over. They did us.
Shop 2, 50 Subiaco Square Road, Subiaco
Monogram Caffe is the classic library cafe: quiet, well lit,
and a tempting place to spend a rainy arvo. Best of all:
coffees are just three bucks before 9am.
1 Leake Street, Cottesloe
SOUTH OF THE RIVER
BOBBY & OLIVE
Local label Bobby & Olive has finally found a solution
to the nagging partner/child crisis that has plagued
shoppers since the dawn of retail: an in-store coffee bar
and a tranquil courtyard. Genius!
1/17 Essex Street, Fremantle
KATE AND ABEL
This cafe is all about art, homewares, knick-knacks
and, of course, coffee. Situated in MANY6160, the
lifestyle boutique serves Chai Baba and toast courtesy
of Bread in Common.
2 Newman Court, Fremantle
THE LITTLE CONCEPT
This cafe couldn’t be more Freo if it tried. Locals dig
its raw food, cold-pressed juice, red espresso and the
crunchy cute vibe created by wire spool tables and burlap
7 Wray Avenue, Fremantle
We were devo when Hush Espresso closed its Market
Street doors. Luckily the matchbox-sized Little Hush is
continuing to carry the torch. Shame about that perpetual
queue, though. Gah!
Shop 14, Atwell Arcade, Fremantle
Espresso bars: those hole-in-
the-wall joints with no kitchen,
no fancy fit-out, no big
brekkie. What you will most
certainly find, however, is
one helluva cup of coffee.
words Jai Chouhan
The Daily Espresso Bar.
Bobby & Olive.
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