Formerly at Yangebup, Three Little Pigs Café has reopened at a new location in South Fremantle. It serves delicious Thai street food-style brunch, great coffee, and aesthetically pleasing in-house signature drinks! 

Walking into the café, the murals of Three Little Pigs (just like their café name suggested!) added a touch of artistic vibe to their chic and relaxed shop space. The kids played a game of I-SPY, looking for all the little pigs and the wolf!

There is a play area with a cubby house, kitchen cooking set toys and plenty of building and wooden toys. Missy 6 happily played in there while we waited for our lunch.

Our drinks came quickly and were some of the prettiest drinks I have ever seen!

Missy 9 got the Bluey Pinky, which is sweet and fragrant. The butterfly pea tea is mixed with Sala syrup, one of Thailand’s popular drinks. The purple piggy ice cube complimented the drink very well.

As a matcha lover, I really enjoyed the Strawberry Matcha. The bitterness of the matcha was well balanced with the sweetness of the strawberry syrup. It came along with a teddy bear ice cube too!

We tried their recommended dishes, the ‘Oink Oink BBQ’ and ‘3 Little Pigs Went To Market’ (even their dishes’ names are full of oinkness!).. Their menu also offers gluten-free and vegan-friendly options.

The marinated pork skewers are grilled nicely, bringing out the authentic Thai aroma just like those from the Thai street food vendors. It came with a serving of their blue sticky rice and a nicely drizzled salad.

The deep-fried marinated pork belly has to be our favourite! It is crispy on the outside but still so flavourful and juicy on the inside. It, too, came along with a serving of their blue sticky rice and a side of salad. Both dishes are served with their Jaew sauce, a Thai chili dipping sauce. The subtle sweetness alongside the sourness and spiciness make the sauce very addictive! It is a great combination with the pork skewers and the crispy pork belly!

The Kid’s menu looks rather simple compared to their brunch menu. I was hoping they might include a Thai inspired dish for the kids. Missy 6 had the Mini 3LP platter that comes with fresh apple sticks, their ham and cheese toasties and a baby chino.

She was very happy to see the Pig-chino! The toasties are loaded with lots of melty cheese (enough to make a long cheese pull with it) and generous serve of ham.

There is a display cabinet serving their cakes of the day for dessert.

There are plenty of tables for big and small groups, and also outdoor seatings. The café is family friendly with baby chairs available. Toilets are located just behind the shop.

We were there for lunch on a public holiday and there was a steady stream of customers. As we were there during Easter, they came to our table and handed the girls some Easter’s treat which made their day! Very good customer service and friendly staffs!


Three Little Pigs Café


Address: 231 South Terrace, South Fremantle WA 6162


Opening Hours:

Friday 9:30 am–2 pm
Saturday 9:30 am–2 pm
Sunday 9:30 am–2 pm
Monday 9:30 am–2 pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 9:30 am–2 pm


About Silvia Goh

Mum of two girls and working as a registered nurse. Originally from Singapore, I have spent the last 17 years in Perth where I raised my beautiful girls. After being a mum, I find passion in exploring new places and doing new activities with my kids. Besides mummy duties, I find joy in pretty dresses and books.

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