The Giving Greens family is thrilled to announce our latest expansion! We’re welcoming a new member from Fremantle’s eastern side – the delightful May Street Larder.

Many might recognise Eamon Sullivan, not only as a former sprint swimmer and three-time Olympic medallist but also as a culinary star, winning the 2009 Celebrity MasterChef. Pursuing his gastronomic passion, Sullivan has launched several eateries since 2011, such as Louis Baxters, Bib & Tuc

ker, Sammy’s, Pogo, and now, May Street Larder.

Established in February 2015, May Street Larder sits on the corner of May Street, boasting a spacious setting with expansive windows. They cater to both breakfast and lunch crowds, offering a diverse menu that champions local Western Australian produce, ensuring each dish’s freshness. A standout on their menu is the Soul Sandwich, a unique take on waffles and fried chicken, spiced up with chilli maple syrup and jalapeños – a perfect wake-up call!

But there’s more than just breakfast fare. They also present an Artisan High Tea menu, perfect for a leisurely afternoon with friends, family, or a special someone. Breaking the stereotype, May Street Larder’s High Tea isn’t just about sweets and pastries; they also serve savoury delights like homemade sausage rolls and hot smoked salmon blini.

With summer on our doorstep, the café is updating its menu to align with the warmer weather. We’re particularly excited to see our nutritious microgreens featured in their high-quality, beautifully plated dishes. May Street Larder is set to become a go-to destination for food enthusiasts in Fremantle, and we couldn’t be happier to have them as part of the Giving Greens family.