Monday, 22 July 2013

Some of our favourite Melbourne brunch spots...

Start your day right with a selection of Melbourne's best brunch spots...
Bendigo Street Milk Bar, 37 Bendigo Street, Burnley

Tucked away amongst the leafy, tree lined streets of Richmond, the deceptively named Bendigo Street Milk Bar is anything but a conventional neighbourhood milk bar. Read more »

Auction Rooms, 103-107 Errol Street, North Melbourne

Auction Rooms is one of Melbourne's most highly regarded brunch/coffee places and for good reason. The menu features a wonderful array of delicious brunch options and the coffee served is consistently of a great standard. Read more »

Acland St Cantina, 2 Acland Street, St Kilda

Lovers of Mexican fare that are bored by regular brunch options will rejoice at the ability to enjoy brunch with a tasty Mexican twist. As long term fans of Acland Street Cantina, we were delighted to discover that ASC's diner area is the perfect spot for a lazy brunch that is both tasty, satisfying and interesting. Read more ».

Cumulus Inc, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Suffice to say, the brunch at Cumulus Inc ticks all the boxes for a relaxed breakie/brunch. The breakfast menu is simple but tasty and features items ranging from organic muesli to a full English breakfast (bacon, blood sausage on toast, fried eggs and smoked tomato). Read more »

Mart 130, 107 Canterbury Road, Middle Park

Mart 130 has long been one of my favourite breakfast spots. Expect your eggs to be cooked well- be it scrambled or poached! Read more ».

Manchester Press, 8 Rankins Lane, Melbourne

In true Melbourne style, Manchester Press is located in a small alley and hidden in such a way that you could never accidentally stumble upon it. If you’re dining here, it’s because you’re in the know. Read more »

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