Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

Maison Saint-Honore in the Swan Valley is a lovely little spot. Maison Saint-Honore started out at Farmers markets around Perth. Their fresh baked French macarons soon became very popular and they opened up the bakery and café a few years ago. Everything here is distinctly French, from the recipes to the accents. With the vineyards lining the outdoor area, you could be forgiven for thinking you’d arrived in Provence.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

The interior has a rustic French provincial feel. Here there’s cabinets full of colourful macarons and desserts, as well as goods to buy and take away.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

There’s plenty of seating inside and out. The walled garden dining area is always a popular place to sit.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

Out the front there is a shaded deck area and picnic tables on the grass.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

If you have grandchildren in tow, this spot is best, as it overlooks the play area.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

Back to morning tea… We struggled with what to order. We’re spoiled for choice with cakes, desserts, tarts and more. Maison Saint-Honore also offers breakfast and lunch (think beef brisket baguettes and beef bourguignon) there are savoury crepes and croissants if you don’t crave something sweet. We chose:

A mango and vanilla mousse.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

Cookies and cream cheesecake.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

All the house made cakes, biscuits and slices are presented with a lot of technique and are absolutely scrumptious. Maison Saint-Honore is a delicious spot for a sweet treat and the coffee is very good too.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham

The French patisserie is a great place to meet up with friends.

We’d absolutely return for more authentic French delights.

Maison Saint Horne, Caversham


The Details

Address: 100 Benara Road, Caversham.

Telephone: 9377 4674


Parking: There’s a sealed carpark, which often spills into the grassed overflow carpark.

Grandchild friendly: Yes. There is a playground, kids menu and highchairs.

Dog friendly: Yes dogs are welcome on a leash in the walled garden.


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About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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