Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

I’ve always loved having a wander around Freo, and enjoying its many old buildings. Recently, I came across Moore and Moore Café in Fremantle, found in a heritage listed building on Henry Street. The café is close to all the action, but just enough away from the hustle and bustle of the main street and Fishing Boat Harbour for a quiet coffee.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

The eclectic café’s home is the Moores building, a vast warehouse which is also home to a contemporary art gallery with lots of interesting and vibrant works by local artists.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

You can choose to sit out in the courtyard.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

We chose to sit inside, in the cosy front dining space, which had mismatched furniture. It was a lot quieter in here.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

The Karvan Coffee is excellent.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

At Moore and Moore, the kitchen is open 7am to 2.30pm. We were so pleased with our choice of dishes. The menu has a lot of options and locally sourced, organic produce is used. I enjoyed New Zealand king salmon, with crispy skin, a poached egg, delicious dill creme fraiche and rocket with blistered cherry tomatoes on Turkish toast ($21).

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

My husband loved the grilled gouda and parmesan potato cake, with runny poached egg, toasted broccoli and an organic sun dried tomato and cashew pesto ($19). He added bacon to the dish too.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

There’s a lot to choose from in the cabinet too!

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

For the grandkids there’s a children’s menu and not one but two areas in the back courtyard where they can play. There’s a kid’s corner for toddlers that’s full of toys and a blackboard.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

There is also a shady play area with sandpit and boat, as well as some brilliant climbing ladders for older children.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

If you’re in Freo, take a walk off the beaten path and stop at Moore and Moore. It is an excellent spot for a coffee and delicious bite to eat.

The Details

Address: The Moores Building, 46 Henry Street, Fremantle
Disabled Access: Yes.
Grandchild Friendly: Yes, kids menu, play areas, high chairs and toys.

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More info on their website.

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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