Squires Loft, Camberwell (Invited)

If like us you ever had the craving for endless supply of tender juicy pork ribs then look no further because Squires Loft Camberwell’s got you covered.
Today the Whatepieats team has been invited to sample the loft’s Monday night special – $50 for “all you can eat ribs” only at the Camberwell Store.
We reckon that’s a pretty good deal right there – who does not love finger licking bbq ribs?!

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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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Acai Brother, Camberwell

Acai Brother considered as a new healthy breakfast shop opened in Camberwell.
It was a cute little spot situated just next to Camberwell Station which is conveniently accessible by public transport and private vehicles.
Though the shop is small and suitable for a take away, they managed to provide indoor and outdoor table for those who want to have it there.
The shop is very clean, modern and bright. The vibe and ambience are great.
The customer staffs are extremely friendly.

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Legacy Camberwell, 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