This funky little spot is hidden on a street behind the furniture shops on Chapel St, Richmond.
A Thousand Blessings is a neat little cafe close to Citizen’s Park and as you would expect, it is busy … More
Richmond is thriving with cafes and restaurants and when it comes to choosing somewhere for breakfast, it can prove quite tough! When you get a car space right outside, it’s a sign to go in!
We took a look over the menu and both ended up on the same option, the Homemade Potato Rosti ($18.50) I picked it because I thought I would enjoy each element of the dish. Did I choose the right dish?
Jethro Canteen is located on a busy corner of Burnley and Swan Street. The cafe itself has both indoor and out door seating and is very spacious. The extensive menu options makes it difficult to choose your breakfast of choice!
I decided to try out the 15th Century Cilbir Eggs ($17) and Ms. P went for the Benedict ($19). I was intrigued to find out what kind of dish had such a title, I also had no idea what Cilbir Eggs were so I thought it might be quite an interesting dish.
It’s a well known fact that I love going to Melbourne, no matter how long the trip.
On a recent trip, my friend introduced me to Top Paddock, somewhere that appears to have a constant queue out the front.