Best Cafes in Albert Park

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  • The bakery’s southside location is near-identical to the light-filled North Melbourne original. Go for stracciatella-filled sandwiches, eggplant parmigiana-style pies and pepperoni pizza on weekends. Plus, chocolatey hot cross buns and hefty cardamom scrolls.

  • Fresh coconuts and Southeast Asian fare are the hallmarks of this spot.

  • Hit this Euro-inspired daytime diner for its marmalade-slathered carrot-cake toast, hotcakes two ways and killer chicken-caesar sangas. Sit at a snazzy stool inside, or in the shaded outdoor area, and sip on Industry Beans coffee, or boozy-brunch-friendly cocktails and pét-nat.

  • At this beachy brunch and lunch spot – from the duo that brought us Moby – you'll find a range of creative but approachable dishes. It's all set within a light-washed, coral-accented space with room for plenty of people.

  • Named after an iconic Paul Kelly song, this neighbourly cafe turns out spicy, buttery Turkish eggs and thick-cut French toast behind a baby-blue facade. It’s also pouring hot coffee from Inglewood Coffee Roasters.

  • Order a punchy chilli scramble in the morning or a loaded chicken sandwich around lunch, which you might pair with a brunch-friendly Bloody Mary or wine. And on your way out, be sure to grab a loaf of Ned’s crusty seeded sourdough – or local’s favourite olive grissini.

  • Swing past Pipi’s takeaway window for fish’n’chips and potato cakes, or hit the elegant restaurant for a reimagined spaghetti vongole and beachy, pét-nat-spiked cocktails.

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  • A cafe championing simple, ingredient-led food and genuine hospitality.

  • A local institution for both eating and taking away.