The Sweet Remedy Cafe is a sweet little cafe in Leederville. They are well known for their delightful cupcakes and their family friendly atmosphere.
The Sweet Remedy Cafe grew in 2012 from owners Sarah and Chris’s love of baking and passion for coffee. Cupcakes are now baked fresh on site each day and are available in an array of flavours such as choc mint bliss, red velvet love, salted caramel and strawberries and cream.
One of the things we loved during our visit today was the option for kids to decorate their own cupcake. It costs $6.50, and includes a beautifully frosted cupcake and a little bag of lollies and fondant shapes. Miss 3 had a great time arranging them all on top of a vanilla dream cupcake, and then gobbling up the lot. Your child can decorate their own cupcake anytime you drop in. No booking is required.
As well as getting little Miss her cupcake, I got a lemon meringue cupcake to try and a latte. The latte was smooth, and the cupcake was light with a zesty lemon curd filling. Delicious!
Once we’d eaten, we headed outside for a play. The Sweet Remedy Cafe has a playground at the rear of the cafe. This currently includes a cubby-house with a slide, a plastic rocker with seating for one, two or three small kids, and a chalk board.
Kids can also say hello to Sparkles the bunny who lives in a hutch in the playground area. Sparkles is a little shy though, so they’ll need to be quiet and patient before Sparkles says hello.
The inside of the cafe has a cool, retro feel. There is comfy booth-style seating in the front section, and warm, cozy sofas and chairs around the fireplace towards the back.
While we sat inside to eat, there is also a lovely deck at the rear of the cafe with wooden tables and plenty of high chairs for little ones. It’s a great spot to sit with a cuppa and watch the kids play while you soak up the sun or chat with a friend. If it gets too sunny, there are shady umbrellas that can be popped up.
As well as beautiful cupcakes, The Sweet Remedy Cafe also serves a range of muffins, croissants, toasties, a breakie pie, and bagels. They also sell a cupcake and a milkshake in one, their “Cupshake”.
In addition to the cafe facilities, The Sweet Remedy Cafe also takes custom orders for private or corporate events. Prices are available upon request.
The Sweet Remedy Cafe also offers venue hire for corporate functions or birthday parties. This costs $400 for up to 3 hours.
They can also host kids cupcake decorating parties. These are suitable for kids aged from 4 and up, and cost $25 per child, for up to 10 children. See the website for full details.
The Sweet Remedy Cafe hosts classes, too, teaching basic or intermediate boutique cupcake decorating skills. Classes cost $130 per person, and generally run in the evening unless otherwise arranged. Private or corporate classes are available upon request.
We really enjoyed our visit today, staying for around 1 1/2 hours while Miss 3 played with other kids and we both enjoyed the sunny morning. It’s a great spot to meet another mum friend or family for a relaxing catch up. We’re already looking forward to our next visit.
The Sweet Remedy Cafe is located at 255A Oxford Street, Leederville, on the corner of Oxford and Bourke Streets.
The Sweet Remedy Cafe is open from 7am to 3pm Monday to Friday, and 8am to 3pm Saturday, closed on Sunday.
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