* Cafe & Bakery
Mary Street Bakery is everyone’s favourite meeting place and cafe.
Its inventive all-day breakfast menu, artisan breads, delicious baked goods, famous donuts and consistently good coffee (roasted by Offshoot Coffee) have become a neighbourhood staple. Mary Street Bakery’s trademark pink neon sign can be found in Highgate, West Leederville, QV1 Perth, Allendale Square, City Beach and Claremont.
In 2023, Mary Street Bakery celebrates its 10th birthday. Over the past ten years, owner Paul Aron has opened six Mary Street Bakery cafes as well as roastery Offshoot Coffee. It’s a family owned and operated business focused on building community and bringing people together. Paul is passionate about creating some of Perth’s most iconic food destinations and is part of the original group of purveyors that put Beaufort Street’s dining scene on the map.
Praise for Mary Street Bakery
“There’s something endearing about the original – and not just because, you know, it’s actually on Mary Street. Weekends see the place in full voice with the kitchen doing a steady line in big-flavour winners: anyone for kingfish curries or fried chicken pancakes?”
Qantas Travel Insider
“Mary Street Bakery is a giant – they’ve excelled in their field, that’s for sure… It’s just consistently good sweets and pastries. You know you’re going to walk in the door and you’re going to get good stuff.”
The Culture Trip
“One of Perth’s favourite powerhouse cafes, Mary Street Bakery is also serving up one of Perth’s best steak sandwiches.”
“A Perth establishment… Order a flat white (or a “flatty”) and limited-edition donut (citrusy orange blossom custard donut with burnt honey glaze and Earl Grey crumb, anyone?) and grab a seat with the locals along the sun-dappled, plant-filled wall.”
“Perth’s doughnut-slash-coffee-slash-sourdough extraordinaire”
“It’s easy to start your day at Mary Street Bakery, which is known for having some of the best breakfasts in town.”
“Mary Street is one of WA’s Top 5 artisanal bread makers and is as famous for its sourdough as it is for its breakfasts, brunches and coffee.”
The West Australian