Hiatus, Kew (Invited)

Hiatus cafe located in the busy High street closed to Kew Junction.
Perfectly situated with the easy access using public transport and private vehicles.
They offer healthy option of the brunch dishes with reasonable price (nothing is over $20.00), unique dishes and great quality; thus you might not see mainstream brunch dishes such as, big breakfast or other meaty dishes.
This doesn’t mean that they’ve neglected the meat lovers, they do serve meaty dish in the limited options.
The idea makes Hiatus stand out among other brunch cafes.

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Charisma Workshop (Invite)

Charisma Workshop is a newly set up family business cafe, run by Ko’s family (Jonathan Ko & Matthew Ko). Jonathan is the man behind the kitchen with his great passion, talent and skill to create such a beautiful dish and sweets to spoil Melbournian brunch or coffee lovers.
The cafe is a hidden gem and rising star cafe situated in Frederick Way, A’Beckett Street, Melbourne CBD.
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Mary Miller, Fitzroy North

Mary Miller is an adorable and cute cafe situated in the corner of Miller Street, Fitzroy North.
The cafe is located in the residential area rather than in a busy street / business area of Fitzroy North.
Despite of this location, this cafe is always busy and becomes the favorite of the locals; surely it satisfies the Melbournian of their great service and food.
The cafe itself looks very attractive with their light blue color and green plants inside.

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Who Is Bunker Spreckels

We are lucky enough to win another give away to 2 free main dishes and drinks.
We used this opportunity to review the newly opened cafe in Elwood, Saint Kilda – Who Is Bunker Spreckels.

If you type on google search wiki “Bunker Spreckels”, you’ll notice that it was a nickname
from Adolph Bernard Spreckels III and he was an American surfer and an early pioneer of surfboard design.

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Legacy Camberwell

We are lucky enough to win $50.00 AUD voucher from online raffle to spend in Legacy Camberwell.
We arrived after lunch time at around 1.40 PM, surprisingly the cafe was still busy.
The cafe wasn’t too big but they had really smart concept to cater small/big group of people by having the large communal tables in the front section and smaller tables at the back. Continue reading