Holla Coffee Roasters

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Tokyo Rose: Sous-vide miso salmon, green tea soba noodles, pickled veg, cucumber, edamame, red cabbage, chilli, shredded nori, wasabi yuzu dressing – $21.0

HOLLA COFFEE ROASTERS, MELBOURNE CBD: Holla Coffee Roasters is a trendy, breakfast spot in the heart of the Viet hub of Richmond. To reflect this audience, it caters by providing selections of Asian fusion-type options for breakfast, such as the miso salmon soba noodles! The dishes were presented in a colourful and appetising manner, whilst the combination of ingredients were some of the most unique I’ve seen amongst the Melbourne cafes these days.

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Croffle S’mores: Croissant waffles w/ raspberry pistachio parfait, strawberry curd, fresh berries, pistachio crumb & rose syrup – $19.5

The good fat: The uniqueness of the menu was very refreshing, with the crab crumpets being my particular standout. The moist, and slightly dense crumpets were a delicious base for the perfectly poached eggs and crispy soft shell crab on top. A crisp, lightly burnt flavour came from the bacon crumbs and the avocado made this the perfect brekky.

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Crab Crumpets: Whole crispy soft-shell crab, kasundi, 2 poached eggs, hollandaise, bacon crumb & avocado on crumpets (GFA, NF) 24

CROFFLE S’MORES! What an amazing invention! To be honest I’m very happy with how they’ve come up with such a cool idea for a dessert brunch dish, which is simply a standard for all Melbourne brunch spots. In a time where panna cottas and hotcakes are rife, croissant + waffle blend is simply one of its kind.

The bad fat: The miso salmon was quite interesting; it seemed like it was halfway between smoked and sashimi but not sure which way so a little strange to eat. The raspberry pistachio parfait within croissant s’mores didn’t have a strong pistachio flavour, and resembled more like strawberry yoghurt and I think considering how unique this dish was, it would have been easy to think of a better complement to be sandwiched within the waffles. The strawberry curd and rose syrup was also too sweet and sour that it overpowered the inherent buttery flakiness that I wanted to get from the croissant.


YES – Such a trendy, unique spot which epitomises Asian fusion Melbourne brunch with a couple of flavours to refine to make it perfect!

FAT-O-METER: 4.5/5

CHECK THEM OUT HERE: http://www.hollamelbourne.com.au/

2wofatgirls would like to thank Holla Coffee Roasters for the invitation to dine – these opinions are strictly unbiased and were influenced in no way by the collaboration

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