Moore & Moore Cafe is situated in the heritage listed Moores Building, an old merchant’s warehouse in the heart of the historic West End of Fremantle, just a brief idle from the Esplanade Park, Bathers Beach and the Fishing Boat Harbour.

It was our love of preparing delicious coffee and honest food that pushed us to create this unique eatery. And we did start it all in February of 2008, weaving some antique furniture-and-curio magic around the bare bricks and Jarrah timbers of the 150-year-old horse and cart-way.

Converted to a Contemporary Art Gallery that focuses on emerging artists, The Moores Building is a love match with Moore & Moore, where you will join students from Notre Dame University, fashionistas from the nearby boutiques, and architects, artists, environmentalists, designers, boat builders, historians, professors and just simply lovers of wholesome food and great atmosphere, who have all become part of West End Fremantle.

Interested in finding out more about the Moores Building and Fremantle West End? Read Moore…

 

It was our love of preparing delicious coffee and honest food that pushed us to create this unique eatery.

Chat with Simon…

Simon, the chef and owner of Moore & Moore, started his career in cookery 20 years ago. As a chef, he has travelled and worked in Ireland, England, France and Western Australia, and gained unique experience which later helped him start his own venture, Moore & Moore Cafe in 2008.

He wanted to make food that he would want to eat. So he built our very original menu with homely fresh food that leaves you feeling full and happy.