Our guide of where to eat in Melbourne this September.
The almost French bistro-esque No. 19 Society is putting the fancy into brunch for Melbourne’s inner North West, with premium plating and slightly out of the ordinary dishes.
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!
Eleni’s are bringing classic Greek food, just like the Yiayia made it! Think traditional Greek – with a couple of creative twists thrown in – and head down to get your fill of Saganaki, Moussaka and Gyros at this popular Yarraville eatery.
Little Thai Cafe is a small, long-standing restaurant with all those traditional classic Thai dishes you’ll love.
Up The Road is a small, suburban burger joint with customisable burgers and fully loaded fries.
Minimal is the theme at Pinkie Ivanhoe. From the plating to the decor, this busy cafe is bringing modern brunch to Ivanhoe.
Not your typical Hardware Lane eatery, Miznon offers a fast-paced glimpse into Israeli street food! Read our review here…
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Epi Cafe offer a vast, healthy range of options in their brand new, beautifully modern venue in Epworth Hospital.
In a small, nondescript row of shops, lies Astroluxe – a larger than average suburban cafe with an eclectic menu and a great family feel.
It’s no surprise Shanklin is ranked the highest cafe in Victoria on Zomato – this classic fronted cafe delivers some serious brunch perfection!