Sir Charles, Fitzroy (Invited)

Do you know that the name of Sir Charles named after Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy?
Who’s that guy? He was the a British military officer, politician and member of the aristocracy,
who held governorships in several British colonies during the 19th century [skip] [skip] [skip] Australia …
Back to the original story of our food journey cause it’s not a history lesson 🙂
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Collective Espresso, Camberwell (Invited)

Located just 3 mins away from Camberwell Station, Collective Espresso is easy to be be found.
The place is good for small to medium size group of people given the size of the place.
They have a long table with high chair in the middle of the restaurant with lots of light. Perfect for casual brunch with friends and family.
They also have some outdoor table if you come with pets 🙂
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Enter Neighbour, Camberwell (Invited)

Enter Neighbour is a humble looking and cosy local cafe tucked in the heart of Hartwell and close to the hustle & bustle Burke Road, Camberwell.
The cafe is easily reachable if you want to come either using public transport or private vehicle; it’s just a door step away to catch public transport (route 75 tram) and plenty of on the street car parks available.
We’re glad to be invited by Jack (owner) to have the food experience.

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The Coventry, South Melbourne (Invited)

Apparent from its name, The Coventry is located just in the South Melbourne Market neighbourhood in Coventry Street. A big spacious, high ceiling and full of light café with red canopy is definitely hard to be missed. The overall look inside is very clean and spacious, definitely is pram friendly and suitable for big group as well. They provide a private area upstairs for small function up to 10 people. They serve Asian fusion brunch menu from Middle Easter Breakfast to Korean Fried Chicken.

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Monochrome Coffee and Tea, South Yarra (Invited)

nochrome Coffee and Tea is a newly opened cafe (just couple months old) situated in busy Toorak Road, South Yarra.
Perfectly located, just minutes away from South Yarra station and a minute walking distance to tram stop if you use public transport and plenty on the street car parks available along Chapel Street or Toorak Road.
We’re glad to be invited by Monochrome’s team to have brunch and coffee experience in this cafe.

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