Abacus is located very close at the heart of Chapel Street. We instantly fell in love with the building and the high ceiling restaurant with lots of greeneries which we love so much. Love the semi open air restaurant with chilling vibe and really nice place to stay around hanging out with friends or families over drinks. We’re so excited to be invited to try their new menu.
We participated in the Thanksgiving “Breakfast for 2” giveaway run by @whitemojo early December 2019. We’re so thankful and give thanks that we won this giveaway.
White Mojo conveniently situated in Hardware Lane, Melbourne CBD. Literally you can take any public transport to go to this cafe, just 10-15 mins walking distance from the busy Elizabeth Street and Little Bourke / Melbourne Central Station.
It is one of the rare occasions @what.epi.eats travels to West side of Melbourne and when we do, it was always full of pleasant surprises. This time we came to Bean Smuggler in the outer western suburb of Point Cook.
This humble cafe is very spacious and offers ranges of very interesting brunch dishes. Truly love the wide variety of choices in the menu and definitely you can see that this is not just your typical brunch place.
It is hard not to feel welcome here, especially with a warm welcome and comfortable ambience.
Temperance Society is a brunch cafe opened in 2016 taken a spot of the old milk bar and transformed to a cool and vibrant cafe loved by locals and neighborhood.
They also offer an array of creative and interesting brunch dishes and drinks;
The team behind Temperance Society has a massive experience, so you’ll be amazed when you’re here!
We’re glad to be invited by Temperance Society’s team to have brunch experience.
The iconic cafe, The Fitz is one of the longest-running cafe in Melbourne. Without looking at the location, people might take a guess where is the location of this cafe.
I bet you know it! Yes, it’s located at the heart of Brunswick street, Fitzroy.
We’re glad to be invited by The Fitz team to have our foodie experience.
Lux Foundry is located in large warehouse space with plenty of seatings both indoor and outdoor. We went there on rainy day sadly that we could not sit outside – it would make good pictures with natural lighting though (the perks of being a food blogger – LOL).
It’s a hidden gem and humbly looking coffee shop in South Yarra with great coffee and reasonable price. We came on public holiday and the good thing was, they didn’t charge any additional surcharge (business as usual price) #awesome.
The service was really quick! Lovely, nice and friendly staffs and skillful barista will look after you.
Grand Lafayette offers range of very instagrammable brunch menu with Japanese fusion dishes from around the world and also all-you-can-eat for only $32.80.
Wow. I know. The shop is recently opened in Prahran area and quite hiding in the alley. It has this spacious warehouse feel with so colorful splashes in every corner and touch of greenery here and there which we love.
The venue will easily accommodate big groups.
This time is our revisited session in Louis, Fitzroy since December 2018 (Louis Review Dec 2018). We’re back cause we’ve just won the recent raffle competition organised by Louis Cafe.
Yeayyyy!!! so happy to win the raffle and be back to one of our favorites brunch spots.
We visited this hidden gem during a bright sunny afternoon and just love the rustic cafe. Located just in the corner of Bridge Street and Ross Street, this heritage building is hard to be missed. The seating inside was not too spacious so might not be suitable for large group, but they have much spacious eating place outdoor and pet friendly too!