It is a nice place to sip through a cup of coffee and savour a slice of cake. I like the cakes as they are very light yet delicious. The breakfast buffet cost about AUD15. It is a good deal as you can sample its freshly baked pastries and cakes.
Favorite Dish: Decadant. It is soft with a mix of white and dark chocolates. It is a heavenly cake.
As the last time I came to Perth, you just can't miss Miss Maud's - it's become a Perth institution now, with a lot more outlets than the one restaurant I remember from years ago.
It's a Swedish Restaurant - we didn't go to the main restaurant but one of the sub outlet cafes, where I didn't think the ambience was as good - a bit too like a normal bakery,
Favorite Dish: I enjoyed my coffee and lemon cheese cake very much. I wouldn't necessarily say that much looked Swedish though, perhaps more German with the strudels.
It is difficult to eat in Perth: there are too many good restaurants.
Miss Maud is characterised by a good standing and a high quality food. It gave me the opportunity to taste the Aussie food and appreciate it.
Favorite Dish: Miss Maud's today special.
Everyday, there is a special dish including four of five parts of the menu. It changes everyday and gives you the pleasure to taste the whole menu in one week.
the only swedish cuisine u can get in perth. and the best thing is it's perth-owned!
Favorite Dish: i like the smorgasbord lunch - really authentic swedish lunch. and u can eat as much as u want =)
their pastries are nice too. try the tuna mornay pie if u're on the go
Miss Maudes first opened in Carillion Arcade in 1971. The Smorgasbord Restaurant opened at this location in 1973 and started serving traditional Swedish dishes. The restaurant is fully licensed and open 7 days a week and you can choose from a smorgasbord and carvery or a light a’la carte menu. The hotel was then opened next door and has since been awarded 'Best Mid Range Accommodation in Australia' 2002 and 2001. There is also a pastry shop for sandwiches, cakes, savoury snacks and cappuccino.
This is one of the better places to eat in Perth City. The atmosphere is good, there is a band playing and the service is good too. The restaurant was almost fully booked when i was there. The best thing abt it is that it's affordable.
Favorite Dish: Tried lasagne there.. it's nice and portion's large for one person.
Miss Mauds is a very casual, friendly restaurant. There is more than one around Perth. It is famous for it's smorgasborg meals (as much as you can eat). There cakes are to die for and there coffee goes down pretty well. The prices are very reasonable. An ideal place for the whole family.
Favorite Dish: The Smorgasborg