Review: Syndicate Room, Sandringham

Syndicate room, the Sandringham cafe making waves with it’s taro inspired brunch dishes, is now offering dinner too, Wednesday through Saturday. 

Review: Smug Relish, Brunswick

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!

Review: Imbue, Maribynong

Small and intimate, Imbue opened a mere 17 months ago but its high class menu has wowed locals and foodies alike.

Review: Clubhouse, Malvern

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!

Review: Collective Espresso, Camberwell

This Camberwell legend epitomises what Melbourne brunch is about, with great coffee, communal tables and of course, those oh-so-instagrammable Gravity waffles.

Review: Shop 225, Pascoe Vale

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.

Review: Heart of Hall, Newport

This Newport-based, family-friendly cafe offers a light, simple breakfast menu, a bolder lunch menu, and a few surprises.