This Fitzroy North icon moved into a larger space in late 2020. It’s got the same classic menu filled with hearty, all-vegetarian soups, tagines and salads – but now, with six dining rooms, getting a table is a whole lot easier.
This bakery has been a Fitzroy North Village since 2005. Its versatility is its greatest strength: the excellent sourdough is bolstered by a line-up that includes plenty of pastries and gluten-free cakes. Don't miss the hot cross buns at Easter-time.
Blink and you might miss this tiny, light-filled Japanese cafe wedged into the corner of a modern apartment block. Teas and mainly things on white, thick-cut toast are mainstays, but comforting curries and omurice pop up often.
From the team behind Congress and Future Future, this cafe, grocer and wine bar is serving cacio e pepe eggs in the morning and locally made charcuterie by night, in a room full of mid-century design flourishes.