Coffee… do you love it a little or love it a latte? Whether you’re crazy for cappuccino, go mad for a macchiato or just like it flat and white or long and black, we’re here to help you espresso yourself!
Manning has some great local cafes, and – like any good neighborhood – each is great in its own unique way.
Today we are serving up our round up of the great spots in Manning so pull up a seat and join us, won’t you?
Located in the popular Welwyn Avenue shopping precinct, this cafe brings the magic in more ways than one because it is a fabulous bakery too. It serves up fresh artisan bread daily as well as pastries, donuts, muffins, slices, pies, sausage rolls and ready made salads and fresh rolls. Need a cake for a special birthday? Tell them you got it at Brot!
Brot is part of Lawley’s, which has been serving up baked goods in WA for years, so while they may be new to Manning, they’ve already got a great following and you know you’re in tasty hands.
Discover the magic at Welwyn Avenue, Manning.
As the name so ably suggests, this place is sure to get you cranking! And let’s face it, before the coffee kicks in, it’s understandable if you are sometimes a little cranky!
Krankin is the biggest café in Manning and you can sit inside or out, or if you’re running short on time, pop into the takeaway window and pop out with a brew and a tasty treat.
And if coffee isn’t you’re thing or it’s too hot, check out their ice cream machine!
Discover the magic at 2/71 Ley Street, Manning.
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This is a popular haunt because of its great coffee and different seasonal menu which is inspired by the Whadjuk Nyoongar people and includes many native ingredients.
The café is very instagrammable with some fun wallpaper spanning the internal walls as the perfect backdrop to your coffee cup! Yes, coffee and selfies are totally a thing because if it didn’t happen on social media, did it really happen at all?
The eco-friendly owners strive to keep the café zero waste and because it also doubles as a providore, its shelves are stocked with lots of goodies including books, plants, homewares, jewellery, tasty treats and locally made art.
They also hire a range of staff with a disability as part of their equal opportunity employment commitment which gets a big tick from us.
Discover the magic at 2/61 Ley Street, Manning.
The newest kid on the Manning block, this is a cafe by day and a wine bar by night!
It’s an interior lovers dream with a contemporary fit out including terrazzo table tops, funky lights and activated glazed crockery, plus check out the outdoor area when you want some more inspiration.
The menu is a brunch lovers dream with seasoned avocado, smoothie bowls, heirloom pumpkin, strawberry and vanilla panna cotta and hotcakes. Oh, and the coffee? Creamy and delicious!
Discover the magic at Welwyn Avenue, Manning.
Located in the popular Welwyn Avenue shopping precinct, this is a popular meeting place for savvy locals who want to take time out with a cuppa but also have easy shopping convenience.
The café is located in the cosmopolitan strip that includes a local fruit and veg market, an IGA supermarket, pharmacy, newsagent, bottle shop, hairdresser and a clothing boutique.
If you want more than a coffee, try the menu: it is Vietnamese deliciousness.
Bahn Mee roughly interpreted means “baguette” and after the first bite will have you saying “more for meeeeee!”
Discover the magic at 21 Welwyn Avenue, Manning
This is a fun café is tucked away in Salter Point which is Manning’s riverside neighbour.
If you’re a Star Trek fan you’ll know that “Raktacino” is the term used for “cappuccino”, which is Mr Spock’s drink of choice from the original Star Trek series!
This café does coffee, breakfast and lunches by day and turns into a fabulous wood fired pizzeria by night! Ask for Carol’s Creation which is a pizza with blue cheese, pear and rocket which packs a flavour punch that would make Mr Spock proud!
Discover the magic at 16 Letchworth Centre Avenue, Salter Point.
Manning’s newest café will be built at the new Mankara Development at 52 Bickley Crescent as part of the new apartment precinct currently for sale.
When built, Helen’s Cafe will be a warm, inviting and relaxed space that has all the ingredients for friendship and laughter over fresh cake and hot coffee.
The café will be open to the public and available for residents, and is located on the ground floor of the development.
The café connects the community in a caring way and pays homage to Helen Moore, one of Southcare’s longest-standing volunteers and founder of Southcare in 1982.
Discover the magic (soon) at 52 Bickley Crescent, Manning.
Which one is your favourite? Send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know!