Ivy and Pearl are showing that you don’t have to be in the inner ‘burbs to enjoy top quality brunch food. This small, slightly off-the-beaten-track cafe dishes out a very nice menu of dishes!
Minimal is the theme at Pinkie Ivanhoe. From the plating to the decor, this busy cafe is bringing modern brunch to Ivanhoe.
Located in the quieter Westgarth area of Northcote, Ferdinand is a wonderful, welcoming restaurant and a perfect place to enjoy a lovely family meal. What first strikes you about Ferdinand is…
Nu is perfect for that guilt free post workout meal, or that healthy mid morning brunch while shopping. With a clean eats focus, it will definitely leave you feeling great.
Can’t decide between pizza and pasta? Tuck in to one of Farina’s signature pizza bowls, enjoy the best of both worlds!
While we’re all a little crushed by the news of Long Story Short’s Port Melbourne branch closing, we’re pleased to confirm that their Brunswick store remains, tucked away of Sydney Road churning out their signature individualistic brunch dishes.
Fitzroy’s Poke King have just dropped their new menu with some of Melbourne’s best and most exciting poke bowls.
Handmade furniture and quirky wall art makes Smug Relish a fun brunch spot ideal for chilling out with friends and grabbing something off their varied menu. Make sure you grab a glass of their (alcohol free) mulled wine too!
Sideshow’s unlikely Rosanna location makes this tiny burger joint all the more of a surprising discovery.
This cute as a button cafe is the antithesis of nearby hipster Brunswick Street. It’s all about great flavour combinations and pretty plating. Read more…
A high quality, filling food truck experience.
Another great cafe which has popped up in the suburbs, with one of the best panna cottas I’ve had! Read more…