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.
At Aunty Franklee you’ll get to enjoy deliciously different Malaysian food in their beautiful chilled out dining space.
An oasis of calm in usually chaotic Box Hill, The Penny Drop offers some of the best Asian inspired brunches you’ll find.
With an abundance of fresh healthy dishes, The Food Store is a great place to pop in for a break from the hectic Glenferrie Road brunch scene and have a more relaxed experience. With extensive specials and great coffee, you’ll be sure to leave happy!
Up The Road is a small, suburban burger joint with customisable burgers and fully loaded fries.
It’s no surprise Shanklin is ranked the highest cafe in Victoria on Zomato – this classic fronted cafe delivers some serious brunch perfection!
A relaxing atmosphere and a menu of rich, filling dishes mark Rowville’s Bella Cucina restaurants as one to watch. We review their new brunch menu!
Enter Neighbour is a simple and unpretentious little cafe focused on serving great food in a relaxing space. The space is clean, simple and straightforward. Yes, there’s the exposed brick walls,
Ever popular with both locals and those further afield, the talented pastry chefs at The Hatter and the Hare put on an exceptional high tea – just make sure you arrive hungry!