Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

I’ve always heard great things about Moore and Moore Café in Fremantle, found in a heritage listed building on Henry Street.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

It’s in a beaut location, just a stone’s throw from the Fishing Boat Harbour, Esplanade Park, Round House and Cappuccino strip. You’ll find the eclectic café in the Moores building, a beautifully rustic warehouse which is also home to a contemporary art gallery. Kids will enjoy looking around some of the vibrant art works!

For the kiddies there’s not one but two areas in the back courtyard where they can play. There’s an Astroturfed kid’s corner for toddlers that’s full of toys, a little table and a blackboard too.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

A more recent addition is the shady nature play area with sandpit, balancing logs, trucks and boat, as well as some brilliant climbing ladders and ropes that older kids will enjoy.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

The back courtyard has plenty of seating nearby to these play areas. Or sit inside, where it tends to be a little quieter.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

The coffee is excellent. Another Buggybuddys blogger, Alison, thinks their cakes are divine! 

There’s a kids brunch menu.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

Little Chef chose the ham and cheese croissant, which was beautifully presented and served with a delicious house-made sauce.

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

He loved the creamy kids iced chocolate too!

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

Everyone on our table was pleased as punch with their food choices. The menu has a lot of options and locally scoured, organic produce. With everything from sweet and savoury brunch offerings, as well as lunch options and a cabinet full of raw treats, cake and more. The grilled potato cake (below), with egg, broccoli, pesto and bacon was a winner!

Moore and Moore Cafe Fremantle

If you’re in Freo with the kids Moore and Moore is an excellent spot to stop by for a coffee and bite to eat with kids in tow.

More info on their website.

About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own blog - The Chef, His Wife and Their Perth-fect Life. The Chef's Wife LOVES to eat out in our beautiful city and discover new spots to dine. Amanda and Chef love tapas or something a little fancy for date night and with their son "Little Chef" in tow there's plenty of family friendly options too.

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  1. […] Moore & MooreYou’ll find Moore and Moore Café down a Fremantle side street. The beautiful heritage listed warehouse is also home to a contemporary art gallery. In January 2017 a new nature play and sandpit area was opened in their courtyard. It’s a fab spot that the kids will love, while you enjoy a chat over coffee and yummy brunch.Find Moore & Moore at 46 Henry Street, Fremantle.Read the Buggybuddys Review […]

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