For a true “Freo” cafe experience, you can’t go past Moore & Moore Cafe. Tucked away in a side street, this warehouse conversation in the historic Moore building means that there is enough space for more than a cafe. A big area is reserved for exhibitions that the Fremantle Arts Centre operate.
From now until 5 July, the Professional Photographers Exhibition is on, and it is fantastic.
Whether you like to watch the world go by from a pavement table, get cosy on a couch cupping a coffee, sit a big wooden table with your nearest and dearest, or soak up some sun in the court yard out the back, there’s a space at Moore & Moore that you will just love.
My only criticism is the order at the counter service. I do prefer to be waited on. On the flip side, if you are going with a group, everyone can pay for their own at the counter so that makes bill splitting unnecessary.
I love the courtyard for relaxed meals, and the front room for business coffee meetings. Moore & Moore isn’t a loud clanky cafe like so many in Fremantle are. It’s important to hear what your loved ones and friends are saying over a meal or a coffee, but doubly important to hear what a new client is saying too. That’s why I choose to meet a new client at Moore & Moore the other day, because I knew I’d be able to hear her! And of course because their coffee is legendary.
Don’t you just loathe it when you in are in a restaurant and you can’t hear your dining companions talk, so a conversation becomes a necessary shouting match?
I reviewed Moore & Moore late last year after a fabulous breakfast in the back courtyard – to read it, click here.
Moore & Moore Café
46 Henry St, Fremantle WA 6160
T: 08 9335 8825
Disclosure: The DineHear component is sponsored. All opinions about Moore & Moore are Travelletto’s own.