Miss Maud makes its way to Mandurah

Swedish pastry house Miss Maud will bring its Scandinavian and Australian sweets to Mandurah when it opens a coffee house in the newly renovated Mandurah Forum next week.

The iconic franchise boasts 16 stores throughout Perth, with Mandurah set to become the first outside the metropolitan area.

Known throughout the city for its warm and friendly cafes with Swedish-themed interiors the Miss Maud Hospitality Group, named after its Swedish-born founder Maud Edmiston, will employ 35 staff to bring its treats to the Peel region.

Ms Edmiston said customers had been demanding a store in Mandurah for years, and was thrilled to be able to open its doors to the city.

“These customers have asked us over many years to bring Miss Maud to Mandurah cheering us on as a perfect match,” she said.

“To me Mandurah and the region has always been alluring.  It is impressive that the many locals who have been loyal customers of Miss Maud for so long have also been strong and loyal advocates and cheer leaders for their region.

“We are very grateful for their support and are delighted to announce the opening of Miss Maud Mandurah.”

Miss Maud Mandurah will open on Thursday, July 27.