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

MOB Camberwell

MOB CAMBERWELL: I'm gradually working my way through the Tinker, Penta, Clubhouse etc. Melbourne café monopoly so it was great to tick My Other Brother off the list. Just opposite the Camberwell Fresh Food Market, MOB Camberwell is a café that seems rather cosy from the outside, but in reality, extends into a large, vibrant, … Continue reading MOB Camberwell

Lennox Coffee and Kitchen

LENNOX COFFEE AND KITCHEN, HAWTHORN: Lennox Coffee and Kitchen, is a cute, small café that seems to cater more for the weekday worker, especially seeing that it's right next to Epworth. The interior is small and cosy, but there is also a lovely outdoor sitting area perfect for summer. Given that Melbourne has such a … Continue reading Lennox Coffee and Kitchen

Tinker Northcote

TINKER, NORTHCOTE: I've been on a bit of a Tinker, Penta, MOB, Clubhouse spree lately, visiting the set of cafes that really seem to define the Melbourne brunch scene. Tinker, one of the OG cafes to really set the name in stone of this crew, has always been a place I've wanted to tick off … Continue reading Tinker Northcote

Clubhouse Malvern

CLUBHOUSE MALVERN, MALVERN: When you brunch at a cafe that belongs to one of Melbourne's most iconic brunching groups, then your expectations are high. Fortunate to say, Clubhouse Malvern certainly hit all of our expectations - not only did we delight in tastiness of all the dishes that have kept on popping up on our Instagram … Continue reading Clubhouse Malvern

Penta Elsternwick

PENTA ELSTERNWICK: Having seen Penta Elsternwick everywhere on my Instagram feed, it was so exciting to finally check out this hyped up Melbourne cafe! Luckily, we weren't disappointed and the ratings speak true. Located right next to the Elsternwick station, Penta has a large and spacious interior that accommodates for an incredibly delicious brunch, topped off … Continue reading Penta Elsternwick

No. 19 Society

NO. 19 SOCIETY, ASCOT VALE: No. 19 Society is a beautiful brunch spot along the busy Union Road hub of Ascot Vale. Having rarely ventured this far north for brunch, we were certainly enthusiastic to see what the Northern side of Melbourne had to offer. No. 19 Society pleasantly surprised us with its fresh, chic decor … Continue reading No. 19 Society

Tahina Bar Fitzroy

TAHINA BAR, FITZROY: I'm always on the hunt for unique Melbourne cafes or restaurants and Tahina Bar certainly hits the mark. With hearty, flavoursome meals that stay true to its Middle Eastern inspiration, as well as all-round affordability, it's no wonder Tahina Bar in Fitzroy is now its second store, with the first one being in … Continue reading Tahina Bar Fitzroy


HIATUS, KEW: Hiatus is a recently opened cafe that is taking up the challenge to be different and inventive against most other Melbourne brunch places. Introducing the concept of dinner for breakfast, "brinner?" Hiatus is also big believer in sustainability and has a low waste kitchen, making their own co-yo, macadamia milk, kimchi, jams and chutneys so that nothing tasty and good for you goes … Continue reading Hiatus


PEZZO, MELBOURNE CBD: Pezzo is an Italian casual dine in or take away restaurant part of the huge Grossi restaurants dotted all over Melbourne. Targeted towards office worker lunch-type crowds, it's speciality is a 48 hour fermented, dough baked "Pezzos" filled with Italian/European-styled fillings that are guaranteed to be a hearty lunch feed. The good fat: The … Continue reading Pezzo