After weeks of being eerily quiet, life has returned to the bustling breakfast, brunch and lunch-time hub of Leederville. Here are some of our favourites, and from Saturday June 6, there’ll be even more seats up for grabs, so you can finally have that brunch catch-up with the whole gang!

Sayers Food

The iconic Sayers Food is the perfect spot for your next classy brunch date, offering locally sourced produce and a menu featuring brunch favourites with a twist, such as their eggs benedict with coffee spiced beef brisket. Open Monday to Friday 7am – 2pm and Weekends 8am – 2pm, bookings are preferred and can be made with their online booking tool now available through their website.

 224 Carr Pl, Leederville WA 6007

Hylin

If youre sick of looking at the dying house plants youve accumulated in isolation, get a change of scenery amongst Hylins bright, plant-filled decor. Both the indoor and outdoor seating areas are now open again so make sure to stop by for one of their popular ‘open brekky burgers’.

178 Railway Parade, West Leederville

Open Monday – Friday 6.30am – 1.30pm; Weekends 7am – 2pm

Piccolo’s Corner

Whether you’re a pancake kind of person or an acai bowl lover, Piccolo’s Corner cater for both. Head down for all day brunch and check out their quirky yet cosy space as they have reopened their doors for dine in once again from 7am – 1pm Tuesday to Friday and 8am – 1pm on weekends.

58 St Leonards Ave, West Leederville

Queen of Leeds

The friendly atmosphere and minimalist decor of Queen of Leeds is once again open for dining in. Drop by and grab yourself a socially responsible and ethically sourced cup of coffee alongside one of their classic Turkish rolls.

Bookings are not required, however you can contact 0423 531 232 if you wish to book a table in advance!

114 Oxford St, Leederville

Open 7am-1pm Monday – Friday; Saturdays 8am – 11am 

Pixel Coffee Brewers

Pixel Coffee Brewers will make your all day brunch fantasies come true. Whether you’re craving an aesthetically pleasing nourish bowl or hunting down a classic avo smash, head down early and secure yourself a seat.

2/226 Oxford St, Leederville

Open 7am – 3pm 7 days a week.

Pearth Organic Kitchen

Pearth Organic Kitchen are back for dine in and offering a large range of healthy and hearty foods. Gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, and meat eating diets are all catered for, with a brand new menu recently released. Open 7am-2pm during the week and from 7.30am on weekends.

Until Saturday June 6, you can book a table via 0450 802 250.

106C Cambridge St, West Leederville WA 6007

Oxford Yard

Whether youre in the mood for a coffee, a juice, or Oxford Yards signature feta scrambled eggs, be sure to head down for breakfast or lunch as they are now back open for dine in. Bookings are not essential so be sure to drop in and enjoy dining among Oxford Yards funky decor once again.

196 Oxford St, Leederville

Open Monday – Friday 6.30am – 2.30pm, Weekends 7am – 2.30pm

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