It is so sad to see so many amazing cafes clos their doors during these uncertain times. Thankfully we can still get our coffee and brunch fix delivered to our door. This means we get to support local business and protect our community from the spread of this nasty virus. This list will be updated regularly!
Porgie and Mr Jones looks small from the outside, step inside and you will be surprised! There is a beautiful outdoor courtyard with some great space and many diners had their dogs with them which I am sure is very convenient to pet owners.
We browsed the menu and ended up asking for recommendations as we had no idea what we wanted to get! We started with coffees and ordered two savoury and one sweet dish to share.
We killed two birds with one stone when we ventured to Brighton for the day, hitting up the beach and The Temper Trap. The Temper Trap is a lovely cafe in the village of Brighton with easy access and lots of parking available. We also loved that it was a 4min drive to the beach, yes, we were lazy and could have walked.
Heidleberg is a very unexplored suburb for me and yet it is so close by. We were absolutely gobsmacked to find that most of the breakfast menu is gluten free!
￼Just when you thought there was no more room for a new cafe or restaurant in St. Kilda, a new restaurant with a new concept pops up, Hemp Kitchen.
Short Straw is a typical Melbourne cafe with great coffee and an uncomplicated menu. When you are greeted warmly on arrival and don’t need to squeeze into a tiny table, it’s also an appealing cafe to catch up with a friend!
A visit to Collective Espresso is always a brunch date to look forward to! It’s close to public transport, easy to park beside and not so packed that you can’t have a conversation with your brunch date. The menu has been recently updated, however, I really don’t need an excuse to revisit!
What a beautiful and authentic Vietnamese restaurant in Melbourne! You can expect, great food and attentive service if you visit Good Nights Restaurant.