Miss Maud History

Maud Edmiston came to Perth, Western Australia, from Stockholm in the late '60's and missing the coffee houses of her hometown, opened the first Miss Maud Pastry House in 1971. The Miss Maud Hospitality Group has grown to employ over 500 people at 16 Pastry Houses, Miss Maud Swedish Hotel and Restaurant, and Bakehouse operating 24/6.
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Alfresco at Miss Maud Swedish Hotel Perth - great coffee and lovely treats!

Alfresco at Miss Maud Swedish Hotel Perth - great coffee and lovely treats!

Limestone statue of Odin, commission for Miss Maud, created by Mark Le Buse

Limestone statue of Odin, commission for Miss Maud, created by Mark Le Buse

First catering job

First catering job

1971 1st Store - Creating gorgeous food for our customers in this very small kitchen - note, hotpants as uniform!

1971 1st Store - Creating gorgeous food for our customers in this very small kitchen - note, hotpants as uniform!

1971 - You could see the baker creating beautiful Swedish treats  - Miss Maud Swedish Pastry House, City Arcade, 1971

1971 - You could see the baker creating beautiful Swedish treats - Miss Maud Swedish Pastry House, City Arcade, 1971

1973   Opening Pier Street Restaurant - Miss Maud in Swedish national dress.

1973 Opening Pier Street Restaurant - Miss Maud in Swedish national dress.

1971 - The first Miss Maud Swedish Pastry House was opened in City Arcade, Perth, Western Australia, in 1971 - hotpants was the uniform!  Still serving from this location today!

1971 - The first Miss Maud Swedish Pastry House was opened in City Arcade, Perth, Western Australia, in 1971 - hotpants was the uniform! Still serving from this location today!

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