Crumbs in the Wall is the latest adventure of Crumbs Patisserie owner Julia Buri. After the success of her initial Applecross Village store, Julia has now returned to her roots, opening her latest patisserie in Osborne Park, where she grew up and went to school.
The 27-year-old Michelin-star trained pastry chef returned to Perth from London at the beginning of the pandemic, opening Crumbs Patisserie to a lot of enthusiasm from Perth. That same level of enthusiasm is something that can be found in Julia’s new Osborne Park store.
“The whole experience has been very overwhelming and one that I am super grateful for,” Julia told Perth Now.
“It’s a very nice and humbling feeling to be back in Osborne Park, as I’ve had a lot of people ask me when Crumbs is coming north of the river.”
The latest store was born out of chats that Julia had with family-owned Dimattina Coffee, which roast near the new Crumbs location.
“I wanted it to be quite quirky, I wanted to find a niche, and I wanted it to be a little bit different,” Julia said.
“That’s when I teamed up with Dimattina Coffee, and we kind of just thought—wouldn’t it be cool to be able to spread the Crumbs around town… in kind of little holes in the wall.
“And that’s when we came up with this idea of Crumbs in the Wall.”
As for the future of Crumbs, Julia said that big things are on the horizon.
“I don’t want to give too much away, but Crumbs are just getting started. We are only just touching the surface, so stay tuned for big things to come,” she said.