When it comes to waffles why stop at breakfast? Whether you like it sweet or savoury there’s a waffle out there for everyone. Here are our top 5 Perth joints to get your waffle fix.

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Pitcher and Iron, Subiaco

With a reputation for the best waffles in Perth, Subiaco’s Pitcher and Iron use the freshest ingredients to produce the most decadent waffles. Choose the lighter and crispier Brussels waffle or a thicker more bread-like Liege waffle topped with your favourite flavours ranging from strawberry lychee to premium Callebout milk chocolate. No one is leaving the table unsatisfied.

Pitcher and Iron’s location makes it easy to reach by any transport, and they are open Wednesday to Friday from 3pm – 10 pm, and 11am – 10pm on weekends.

Fave, Floreat

Dearly beloved we are gathered here today to celebrate the marriage of two of the best breakfast items; the croissant and the waffle. The Floreat Forum’s Italian-style eatery, Fave delivers us their tiramisu croffle, a double stack of croissant waffles, slathered in espresso mascarpone and topped with mocha jelly. They offer all-day brunch and lunch staples. There is plenty to share but you may not want to.

Fave’s opening hours vary. Head to their website for further details.

Sayers Sister, North Perth

Hailing from the same owners of Sayers Leederville, it’s no wonder this café is one of Perth’s most highly regarded brunch sports. Serving up an amazing selection of breakfast and lunch options, Sayers Sister’s Nutella cheesecake waffles are one to beat. Topped with decadent Nutella cream cheese, vanilla ice cream, and caramelised white chocolate crumble these waffles are going to be hard to top. The café is also known for its top-notch coffee and welcoming ambience, what more could you ask for?

Sayers Sister is open 6:30 am-2:30 pm every day for Breakfast and Lunch.

Muffle & Co, Fremantle Markets

A hybrid between a waffle and a muffin, the people at Muffle & Co specialise in this extravagant creation. The warm and chewy dough provides you with the perfect vessel to enjoy the assorted sweet and savoury fillings stuffed inside. Some of the flavours on offer include banoffee pie, Ferrero, or Daifuku, a mochi waffle filled with red bean paste and matcha ice cream. If you’re more of a savoury person, why not try smoked salmon or bacon and cheese?

Currently serving only in their Fremantle Markets stall, they plan on expanding to more spots across Perth. Muffle & Co serves up fresh Muffles every Friday 9am – 8 pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am – 6 pm.

Il Lido, Cottesloe

If a savoury breakfast is more your cup of tea, Il Lido is serving up a savoury twist on your favourite breakfast. Their duck and waffle served topped with poached egg, pancetta, and ancho chilli maple syrup honours their favourite London dining spot, the famous Duck & Waffle. Stroll from your morning dip at Cottesloe beach over the road and enjoy your waffle paired with their locally roasted Mano-A-Mano coffee.

Il Lido is open every day from 7:00am – 11:30am every day.

 

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