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
Danish Nosh greets you with tasty treats and delicious smells. This stunning refit of a long-standing Caulfield bakery is a real gem in the community.
Wolf and Hound is a little on the cosy side, a lot on the friendly side and definitely a lot on the delicious side too! Enjoy their alfresco dining and welcoming local cafe vibe within a stone’s throw of Newmarket Station.
Cheeky by Nature is big on natural influences and many of their dishes have a plant based vibe (that’s not to say they don’t cater well for meat eaters too). Happily adjusting dishes to cater for a variety of dietary requirements, this fresh modern cafe is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.
An oasis of calm in usually chaotic Box Hill, The Penny Drop offers some of the best Asian inspired brunches you’ll find.
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!
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.
Not your typical Hardware Lane eatery, Miznon offers a fast-paced glimpse into Israeli street food! Read our review here…
Epi Cafe offer a vast, healthy range of options in their brand new, beautifully modern venue in Epworth Hospital.
It’s no surprise Shanklin is ranked the highest cafe in Victoria on Zomato – this classic fronted cafe delivers some serious brunch perfection!
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!
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,