• This charming daytime diner is by a respected Melbourne cafe mogul. It walks the line between cafe and restaurant with breakfast classics and lunchtime dishes inspired by European bistros.

  • This beloved bakery was a hit in Collingwood before branching out to the south. Come for slow-fermented breads, hazelnut babka and loaded focaccias. Take your treats home or enjoy them in the park across the road.

  • This Victorian era-inspired cafe and diner from a group of hospitality veterans makes good use of the beautiful space it lives in. Whether you’re stopping by for breakfast or a drink, you’ll find a menu of spryly tweaked classics.

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  • Coffee is their thing.

  • A change of management hasn’t dampened the appeal of this trusted veteran.

  • Breakfast that goes beyond the usual Melburnian staples.


  • This tiny bakery churns out a colourful array of coeliac-friendly cakes and treats – plus bagels, babka and challah. Need an egg-free, gluten-free celebration cake? A fodmap-friendly focaccia? Baker Yinon Hacham has you covered.

  • This family-run bakery serves up Middle Eastern-inspired pita pockets, bagels, challah and loaves. Bag a loaf of bread for home or pick up its grab-and-go lunches of shakshuka-stuffed pita pockets, and bread twists topped with fragrant za’atar.

  • Pick a beer or wine from the wall and drink it right there.

  • Raw vegan fare inspired by the Incan goddess of health and happiness.