Syndicate room, the Sandringham cafe making waves with it’s taro inspired brunch dishes, is now offering dinner too, Wednesday through Saturday.
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!
Small and intimate, Imbue opened a mere 17 months ago but its high class menu has wowed locals and foodies alike.
Always a pleasure when these guys bring a new addition to the family and Clubhouse is no exception with an awesome panna, friendly staff and a cute courtyard!
This Camberwell legend epitomises what Melbourne brunch is about, with great coffee, communal tables and of course, those oh-so-instagrammable Gravity waffles.
Generous meat portions and healthier bread-free options help to mark Zeus Greek out from the competition in their bright Moonee Ponds Central location.
Humble and homely, these guys sure know how to make a pizza dough (and a few other things). Shop 225 is a must visit for any Italian food lover.
It’s National Burger Day this Sunday and Dandenong Market are putting on a burger filled extravaganza to celebrate! A range of stall holders (double the amount from last year) will have a whole host of crazy burgers for you to try.
Vibrante definitely provide you with a luxurious environment to enjoy brunch in their spacious restaurant.
So the year is still in its infancy, but here are some of our top picks of new cafes and restaurants in and around Melbourne so far this year:
We loved visiting this popular Essendon cafe to try some of their Asian-inspired brunch dishes.
This Newport-based, family-friendly cafe offers a light, simple breakfast menu, a bolder lunch menu, and a few surprises.