Urban Provedore

Urban Provedore is a spacious, suburban cafe along the busy Toorak Road, located easily next to South Yarra Station and Chapel Street, making it a fun weekend spot. With a clean, timber panelled interior, and food that hit all the right spots for me on a day of Sunday brunching, I was happy with Urban … Continue reading Urban Provedore

Sugar Buns Cafe Bakery

"Social media ready and pimped to perfection." The exact words that Sugar Buns uses to describe their MEGASHAKES... and pretty much sums up what this cafe is all about. A 2 hour trek for me from the city to Hampton Park, Sugar Buns made it well worth it and I could see why the cafe … Continue reading Sugar Buns Cafe Bakery

The Drop In Cafe

It's always a pleasure to be welcomed into a homely café where the owner speaks so passionately and proudly of the food they present to their happy customers. The epitome of this was our visit to The Drop In Café, Boronia. Despite the 1.5 hour trek from the Melbourne city area, the cosy vibes, antique … Continue reading The Drop In Cafe

Willsmere Station Cafe

Willsmere Station is a trendy, brunch café in a quiet area of Kew, that has turned into night time bar, featuring heavy inspirations drawn from the Middle East and Turkey. With moody music, neon lighting and a cosy interior, Willsmere Station is definitely a unique option that one hasn't seen many of in Melbourne, and … Continue reading Willsmere Station Cafe

Frozen by a Thousand Blessings

With many stores dotted across Melbourne, Frozen By A Thousand Blessings is Australia’s first frozen yoghurt to use biodynamic milk and yoghurt, and has been for the past 7 years. The popular froyo store at Melbourne Central features a spacious, bright and relaxing interior that coordinates the display of fresh and organic yoghurt flavours on seasonal … Continue reading Frozen by a Thousand Blessings

Little Byrd

Little Byrd is a quaint but bustling café in Ascot Vale that pulls inspiration from the Middle East and Mediterranean - a trend that seems to be picking up in the Melbourne cafe scene. The little brother of the famous Shanklin Cafe, Little Byrd offers a wide range of dishes sure to satisfy your brunching needs, … Continue reading Little Byrd

Kitty Burns

Kitty Burns in Abbotsford is a cafe that features one of the nicest interiors that I have ever seen from all Melbourne breakfast spots! With light timber walls, high white ceilings, chic ceiling lights dangling from dainty wires, and the cutest cabin-like booths on the side! The natural lighting that streams through each morning just … Continue reading Kitty Burns

Aarons & Co Cafe

Aarons and Co is a newly opened Melbourne café in Elsternwick that offers a lovely open interior and plenty of accessibility for a relaxing meal. Altogether this makes it perfect for a Melbourne bayside catchup cafe with family and friends. The combination of its welcoming decor, the crisp morning air and of course, the FOOD … Continue reading Aarons & Co Cafe

Saint James Malvern

Saint James Malvern is on a quiet section of Malvern Road, and a small interior that is always quite popular with locals, from those stopping by a coffee before work, or those popping in after an early morning jog! They recently launched a new menu, with new features like the old charcoal activated hotcakes have … Continue reading Saint James Malvern

Heritage Wall

Heritage Wall in Camberwell is a small cafe close to the train station with seating both inside and out along the busy Burke Road. With a Modern Eastern twist on classic brunch dishes, we were delighted with the various spices used to add their own flair. A personal favourite and must-get for us would have … Continue reading Heritage Wall