Coffee spots we love a latte!
In need of an early morning caffeine hit? Or perhaps a percolated pick-me-up at around the 3pm mark? Grab your reusable cup and have no fear - when it comes to the hottest coffee spots in town, we’ve got your back.
If you’re in the mood to try something a little different head to Psychomug for a charcoal latte served in a super cool Skull mug. They also serve coffee in a cone in case you're feeling adventurous. Don’t worry, their flat whites, lattes and cappuccinos are also very good.
There’s also a solid brunch menu that offers everything from the health conscious Acai Bowl to the downright decadence of a Royal with Cheese (Angus beef patty, hot sauce, jalapeno pesto, cheese and fiery mayo on a freshly baked sesame brioche bun).
If you’ve ever been to Yelo in Trigg, then you know how good the coffee is. The sister café in Subiaco is no different. Yelo never fails to serve up quality coffee, day after day.
Their cabinet full of takeaway-friendly goodies is also a great opportunity to grab a quick breakfast or lunch on the go. Swing by and grab a super smooth coffee, wrap and granola cup (or all of the above) and be on your merry way!
When Subi residents think of a happening cafe, their minds usually turn to local stalwart Boucla. A Subi institution that’s been around for years, its quirky interior has a relaxed boho vibe that will keep you coming back for more. And they have their very own custom espresso blend ably dreamed up by the good folk at Left Field Coffee Roasters. It will perfectly pair with their crazy delicious souffra and all other Mediterranean goodies they have on offer.
Brew-Ha The Ritual
Boy, do they know how to whip up an awesome coffee! The Brew-Ha gang worship any and all things to do with the roasted bean, which means that you’ll end up with a brew that’s high on quality, flavour, aroma and overall deliciousness. As the name suggests, they’re all about the coffee (and tea) ritual, periodically roasting their own coffee beans to bring their customers closer to the whole coffee experience. Brew-Ha has a huge range of international blends available, from Africa and Asia to Latin-America, as well as organic coffees.
If you’re looking for a coffee spot that’s a little more grass-roots, then this is bound to tick a few of your boxes. These guys are super-passionate about their ketogenics, a popular low-carb, high-fat eating philosophy, and they don’t mind shouting about it from the rooftops either. With a massive following, ‘keto’ (ketogenic) coffee is what Karibu specialise in: we’re talking original one-of-a-kind blends such as the Keto BOSS, Keto on Ghee and Keto Mocha. Feel like a Magik Keto? That’s one coffee with medicinal mushrooms, MCT oil and grass-fed butter coming right up. If keto coffee doesn’t sound like your bag, don’t fret - they do great regular coffees and teas as well.
Architects & Heroes
Ranked in the top ten coffee spots in the entire city by coffee nerd website beanhunter.com.au for the last five years running, it’d be remiss of us not to include local heavyweight Architects and Heroes in our list of top local coffee spots. With espresso based drinks, cold brew, batch brew and pour-over beverages on offer featuring a range of different single origins and blends, this is the place to head if you want to indulge your inner coffee geek.
Community Coffee Co
Hidden between Barker Road and Churchill Ave is a little coffee spot that serves up a truly unique coffee. Community Coffee Co take their java very seriously, they even roast their own coffee beans in-house so you know it’s going to be good. You can purchase a bag of coffee beans to take home but we prefer to let the experts whip up our favourite coffee to go with a delicious homemade Greek pastry in the other hand.
: On Friday’s they serve traditional souvlaki for lunch just like Yia-yia makes them.