St Rose

ST ROSE CAFE, ESSENDON: I just can't seem to get enough of the brunch group behind No. 19 Society and all its sister cafes that are now rapidly monopolising the North side of Melbourne and turning it into a super trendy, cafe hotspot with its own suite of unique flavours and delicious breakfast combinations. St Rose … Continue reading St Rose

Torpe Cafe

TORPE CAFE, ARMADALE: Torpe Cafe is a relative newcomer to the Melbourne brunch scene and has a few dishes up its sleeve that can impress a frequent brunch-goer. Towards the quieter, suburban area of Armadale, Torpe Cafe makes for a convenient brekky stop or catch up for locals, with a menu that also easily caters for … Continue reading Torpe Cafe

Grand Lafayette

GRAND LAFAYETTE, PRAHRAN: The new and improved Cafe Lafayette, originally famous for their freakshakes and raindrop cakes, has now opened up shop in Prahran, off the busy Chapel St tucked in a hidden area that seems to be quite difficult to find. Almost a quintessential Melbourne cafe, Grand Lafayette has kept some of its famous Asian … Continue reading Grand Lafayette


FRANK'S, CHELTENHAM: Cheltenham is not the first suburb that pops into your mind when you think of Melbourne brunch, which is why Frank's makes the perfect brunch spot for locals in the Southeast side of Melbourne. Not only do they have the quality and taste of other Melbourne brunch hotspots, but they also have ingenuous creativity … Continue reading Frank’s

Shanklin Cafe

SHANKLIN CAFE, HAWTHORN: Having heard so much about Shanklin, we were super excited to venture here one early morning before the brunch crowds hit. Nestled in the neat Melbourne suburb of Hawthorn, the cafe has only been open 15 months is already such a hit with locals. Their special feature is the Eggs and Shanklish, which … Continue reading Shanklin Cafe

Siam Thai

SIAM THAI, MELBOURNE CBD: It's rare to find a cheap Asian spot in the Melbourne CBD that offers the holy trinity of authentic food, friendly service and positive ambiance that leaves you wanting to come back for more! Siam Thai is a new Thai restaurant that manages to accomplish all three within the highly competitive Melbourne … Continue reading Siam Thai

Mr and Mrs Anderson

MR AND MRS ANDERSON, HAWTHORN: A quaint, small cafe with bright windows in the corner of a busy street of Hawthorn, amongst a spattering of various high schools - Mr and Mrs Anderson makes the perfect Melbourne brunch spot in Hawthorn for parents just finished dropping their kids off, or for high school millenials keen for … Continue reading Mr and Mrs Anderson

Neon Tiger

NEON TIGER, MALVERN: A sunny and bright Melbourne cafe along the busy Malvern Road, Neon Tiger is a chic suburban spot with a classic range of Modern Australian brunch dishes - aesthetically plated and perfectly placed to bask in the warm sun during Melbourne winter. The smoothies were rich but fresh, and the flavours of our … Continue reading Neon Tiger

Turning Point

TURNING POINT, RIPPONLEA: A new cafe replacing Hawk and Hunter, Turning Point is freshly designed, complete with a full wine cabinet, a wall-spanning neon "Meet Me Here" sign, and not to mention, a projector display showing the latest Disney cartoons guaranteed to entertain the kids. Our two savoury dishes were thoroughly impressive - at a point … Continue reading Turning Point

Mary Miller Cafe

MARY MILLER CAFE, FITZROY NORTH: A short tram ride out from the city, Mary Miller is quite a new entrance to the Fitzroy brunch scene, which is already packed with local favourites - and it may well soon join that list. Occupying a corner spot, it features a spacious indoor area with a section out the … Continue reading Mary Miller Cafe