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Perth’s exploding café scene means there are now many, many more choices available for those looking for a meal out without compromising their health. Here are some of the great healthy café options now available in our stomping ground – the northern suburbs of Perth.

 

1. Ladle and Press, Hillarys

Check out Ladle and Press for fresh, fast and nutritious food, including some delicious soups and pressed juices. All food is made on site in an open kitchen and can be conveniently packaged up for take away if you need to keep moving. With a great philosophy of supporting local growers, farmers and businesses, and keeping healthy food affordable, we highly recommend you stop by and show your support to this great little cafe next time you’re shopping at Westfield Whitfords City.

 

2. Health Freak Café, Scarborough, Innaloo and Joondalup

It’s great to see a franchise chain of healthy cafes popping up around Perth – we’ve listed three of their north coastal locations but you will also find them in East, Central and Southern suburbs of Perth. Health Freak cafes have a delicious menu of 100% gluten and refined sugar free meals. Whether you are Vegan, Paleo, Coeliac, Dairy Intolerant, Diabetic or just health conscious – we’re sure you will find something delicious on their menu.

 

3. Nood Café, Leederville

Nood is fairly well known for its catering options, preparing gluten, dairy and refined sugar free meals and treats. Now Nood has its own café in Leederville, open for breakfast or lunch. Fully stocked with the NOOD grab n go boxes, you can pick up a complete, nutritionally balanced meal for those times when you’re on the run, or take a seat in their comfortable dining space and fill your belly with some delicious wholesome food before heading off to take on the rest of your day.

 

4. JuJu Berry and Co, Mt Hawthorn

Cold press juices and smoothies and tasty raw food are the focus at Juju Berry’s. An ever-changing menu of 100% raw and organic food is offered, sourced locally from certified growers. Depending on the day and season this may include soups and curries, salads and sweet treats. Open daily.

 

5. Little Shop of Plenty, Maylands

Little in name but not in offering, this shop has a great range of gluten, dairy and refined sugar free sweet and savoury options. Their focus is on providing nourishing, tasty and nutrient dense food that will provide plenty of energy for busy people. Open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch.

 

6. Esprezzo, Noranda

This unassuming suburban café has created a strong and loyal following since opening in 2008 by consistently serving up healthy delicious food and fair-trade coffee.  Open 8am-2pm Monday to Saturday – this could be your next destination for that catch up with your nearest and dearest.

 

7. Pearth Organic Kitchen, West Leederville

Organic café on Cambridge Street serving wholesome and healthy food for breakfast and lunch daily. All products are organic or locally sourced and free from processed products and refined sugars.

 

8. Eat Drink Raw, West Leederville

Starting out as a delivery service bringing health and delicious lunches to offices and workplaces around Perth, Eat Drink Raw now have an on-site café open weekdays between 7am and 3pm. Their menu is based on raw, plant-based wholefoods with a range of salads, smoothies, desserts, pressed juices and organic fair trade coffee.

 

9. Dunn & Walton, Doubleview

Dunn & Walton is an delightful organic store, kitchen and café on Scarborough Beach Road. Food is made fresh on site with a menu of takeaway vegetarian options that are forever changing and evolving based on seasonal availability of produce. Open Monday through Saturday.

 

10. Yelo, Trigg

Hugely popular drop-in cafe, with a great choice of healthy breakfast and lunch options. If you can beat the crowd to a seat – you can enjoy your meal and the stunning views of the Indian Ocean. Open daily.

 

Have you tried any of these or know of any others we could add to the list? Let us know below.