Easter is just around the corner. If you’re wondering where to find the best Easter treats in town this year, we’ve got your sorted.
If you’re looking for the finest chocolate in all of Perth this Easter, then look no further than Sue Lewis Chocolatier. Situated underneath the State Buildings, Sue uses only the world’s finest ethically sourced chocolate in her products, with everything made by hand and packaged on site.
Delight your kids with a white, milk or dark chocolate bunny (complete with poo!), or book into a chocolate masterclass for you and the family. Sue will take you through the chocolate making process from bean to bar, including taste testing, tempering and taking home your own to savour and enjoy. Classes are held Tuesday evenings and can be booked via the website.
VincentLake Street’s Miller and Baker have got your Good Friday covered with their delicious and nutritious, toasty, tasty hot cross buns, made from 100% stoneground flour. All their products are made from scratch, all day, every day, using only the finest and freshest ingredients available. If you’re looking for something different and unique to satisfy your Easter cravings this year, FRY’D in Leederville has just the thing!
Their scrumptious FRYD hot cross bun ice cream masterpiece offers the perfect balance of hot and crispy on the outside and cold and creamy on the inside.
Subiaco’s Simon Johnson Providore has been a local favourite with confectionary connoisseurs for years. Check out their Easter Collection, full of decadent delights of colourful, foil-wrapped eggs reigning from Italy and crushed prasline eggs all the way from France.
Continue on your Easter crusade and secure some hot cross buns from Raisin’ Bakery in Shenton Park or Chez Jean-Claude Patisserie at the top of Rokeby Road. But make sure you get in quick! Their buns are known to sell out before lunch time. For more heavenly house-baked buns, head to Layers Bakery in Subiaco Square Shopping Centre or Sorganic near Rankin Gardens. Those with gluten allergies don’t have to miss out either, with Strange Grains Gluten Free Bakery serving up delicious gluten free hot cross buns for Easter.
Vic ParkIf you’re venturing to Vic Park, head to Nosh to get your chocolate fix for Easter. Their small batch Easter chocolate range is made in house by hand, and includes everything from the traditional treats through to the creative delights.
Check out their chocolate pretzel, cookies and cream and Turkish delight. Get Chunky will also satisfy those sugar cravings, with two special edition Easter cookies on offer. It’s hard to go past their Chunky Caramallow Crunch cookie made from vanilla dough with chewy marshmallows, smooth white chocolate chips and a Caramello egg stuffed right into the centre.
As if that’s not enough sugary goodness, each cookie is then rolled in crunchy rice bubbles and topped with three chocolate eggs (because you can never have enough chocolate during Easter!). If hot cross buns are more your thing, Tammy’s Bakery is the place to go. Perfectly paired with one of their freshly ground coffees, Tammy’s hot cross buns will keep you deliciously warm this Easter.
Whether it’s chocolate eggs, hot cross buns or artisan pastries that tickle your fancy, South Perth and Como’s plethora of patisseries, gourmet delis and cool café scene have plenty on offer this Easter.
At Angelo St. Market, you’ll be spoilt for choice with hand-crafted chocolate eggs and irresistible cakes. No visit to Angelo Street is complete without a pit stop atvisit to Choi’s Patisserie, the family owned and operated café make their sweets fresh in store.
If you’re after a shot of culture with your hot chocolate, Mill Point Caffe Bookshop is your one stop shop. Great food, gourmet coffee and a carefully curated selection of adult and children’s literature await. While you’re in the area, pop into Dolce & Salato or the much loved La Patisserie on Mends Street. This family owned business specialises in freshly baked pastries and crepes and is renowned for its almond croissants.
To get your hands on some of the best hot cross buns going around, head to the Como Beach Bakery on Preston Street or drop into Little Matcha Girl for exceptional desserts that combine Japanese flavours with classic French pastry techniques.