Perfectly positioned next to Ripponlea Station, Mocha Jo’s is a cute American style burger bar with a huge choice of burgers.
Review of United Espresso, Black Rock. Newly opened United Espresso captures a Middle Eastern twist in its menu, so dine in or take something away to enjoy on the nearby beach!
Trendy, yet homely, step into Neon Tiger for all your classic Melbourne brunch needs. With big portions and a cosy environment, it’s one tiger you won’t mind getting up close and personal with!
Little Thai Cafe is a small, long-standing restaurant with all those traditional classic Thai dishes you’ll love.
Headed up by recent winner of Pastry Chef of the Year, Pierrick Boyer, his newly opened namesake cafe in Prahran is showcasing his signature cakes and pastries alongside some more substantial items on their brunch menu.
In a small, nondescript row of shops, lies Astroluxe – a larger than average suburban cafe with an eclectic menu and a great family feel.
One of our favourite Middle Eastern inspired cafes, Turquoise Eatery, just released their new winter menu dishes, so we headed back to check them out!
Chapel Street’s newest burger bar Rocomama is smashing out a range of “not normal” burgers, ribs and shakes in their funky environment.
Turning Point is the newest venture from Chef Jose Chavez (Short Straw) and is a bold, bright beacon on the Ripponlea brunch front.
While Carnegie is more renowned for its Asian food, you’ll be amazed by the fresh, delicious seafood (and burgers) that At The Catch have to offer.
Grab a takeaway or stay in at Anabella’s simple, welcoming, family friendly restaurant for top value pizza and pasta dishes in Glenhuntly!
Syndicate room, the Sandringham cafe making waves with it’s taro inspired brunch dishes, is now offering dinner too, Wednesday through Saturday.