Last week saw the grand opening of Devil Bakehouse in Perth. What a great little family venture! Kane and Kim Williams have created a wonderful cafe bakery with a nice home-like feel. The food is beautiful and the large front windows just light the place up. A cozy room with a fireplace adds to the warmth of the place.
Devil Bakehouse: New In Town
by Dan Fellow
Devil Bakehouse is located on the highway in Perth, a small Tasmanian town in the Northern Midlands Council region. Perth has a population of about 2,200 permanent residents and lies about 20kms south of the Tasmanian city of Launceston. The newly opened cafe will be a nice place for travellers to enjoy.
Business owners Kane and Kim are really nice people and their venture should do well. Especially when you combine a prime location on the main drag with friendly service and good products. They can be contacted by mobile: 0448 465 254 (Kane) or 0405 668 770 (Kim) or by emailing Devil Bakehouse.
You can also follow Devil Bakehouse on Facebook.
Note: it may seem like all roads lead to Perth right now! Last week we also published an article about our experience at Ut Si Cafe Gallery. With the new Devil Bakehouse, there should be something to suit the taste of every diner in town!
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