Review: No. 19 Society, Ascot Vale

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.

Review: Ivy and Pearl Rosanna

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!

Review: Eleni’s Kitchen and Bar, Yarraville

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.

Review: Pinkie, Ivanhoe

Minimal is the theme at Pinkie Ivanhoe. From the plating to the decor, this busy cafe is bringing modern brunch to Ivanhoe.

Review: Miznon, Melbourne CBD

Not your typical Hardware Lane eatery, Miznon offers a fast-paced glimpse into Israeli street food! Read our review here…

Review: Epi Cafe, Richmond

Epi Cafe offer a vast, healthy range of options in their brand new, beautifully modern venue in Epworth Hospital.

Review: Astroluxe, Bentleigh

In a small, nondescript row of shops, lies Astroluxe – a larger than average suburban cafe with an eclectic menu and a great family feel.

Review: Shanklin Cafe, Hawthorn

It’s no surprise Shanklin is ranked the highest cafe in Victoria on Zomato – this classic fronted cafe delivers some serious brunch perfection!