Earthbound Bolton cafes motto is wholesome, sustainable, ethical. It’s easy to see that this is something this great new cafe lives by each day.
Uni Boom Boom, hidden away in Glen Waverley, specialise in edible birds nest and sea urchins. A former distribution only company, they’ve opened their casual eatery to allow you to try their unique products at their finest!
Stocksville is a modern, bright and airy cafe in Ashwood. Paying homage to the Stocksville post office of time gone by and taking inspiration from the local area, it’s a hidden gem!
YumYami, recently moved from Chadstone to take centre stage in Camberwell Place’s snazzy food court. They’re ready to make you’re lunch times exciting with the Australia-Asian fusion dishes – including hand made dumplings and steamed bun burgers.
The Fish and Burger Co. has recently expanded, now occupying a double fronted unit, adding ample seating, floor to ceiling windows and a small outdoor area. The menu has expanded too, with some new burgers and salads further bulking out what was already an extensive menu, and a tasty gelato bar to perfectly finish off your meal.
Located in an old, you-guessed-it, Chaplain’s Office. Enjoy the spacious high ceilings of the light filled interior, or the large courtyard of this quirky , Hawthorn cafe. Time it right and you’ll even hear church organs or the choir too!
In relaxing Warrandyte sits upmarket, yet affordable Vanilla Orchid. Their extensive Thai menu and spacious venue is an ideal chilled out dinner for all the family.
Focus is a centrally located Balwyn cafe. Take advantage of their sunny courtyard on warmer days, and take your pick from delicious dishes on their Asian inspired brunch menu.
One thing we have to say is that Japanese dining in Melbourne is top-notch right now, with Izakaya Jiro’s mouthwatering dishes being no exception. Skewers, sashimi, fish – they’ve got everything you’d expect and it all tastes so good!
Croydon’s Rumour Mill offer some different brunch and lunch dishes, fresh juices and a spacious interior, with parking practically on the door step, and outside seating too it’s one great, local cafe!
Chapter Three is a surprisingly bright and light family owned cafe on Canterbury’s upmarket Mailing Street, with an extensive breakfast, lunch and now dinner menu
Kofi Beans seems to be the place to go in Croydon on a Sunday. Situated on Main Street there’s a true local cafe vibe to this family owned venue.