From sunny kitchen gardens to some of the best bakeshops in the city, Melbourne's west is hoarding some serious gems. Here's where to go.
*Be sure to check venue's websites for holiday trading hours.
The right balance between hearty and experimental.
A tiny cafe with a big local spirit.
Consistency and comfort are key.
For your caffeine-fuelled study break.
Solid coffee and one hell of a pulled-pork panini.
A refreshingly simple menu.
A clean, minimalist space with a community atmosphere.
A transportable cafe fashioned from three shipping containers.
Coffee veterans serving standout breakfasts.
Friendly service and a comfortable atmosphere.
Supplied by its own organic garden.
Restaurant-quality food at cafe prices.
Old world charm combined with modern eating standards.
Dog and pram friendly.
A menu full of unexpected twists.
A no-frills bakery that keeps things simple.
An Aussie bakery with a sweet American twist.
A shed that serves ethical produce.
A playful space with dim sims worthy of a cult following.
A bustling brunch destination with a Mediterranean and Middle Eastern infusion.
Like sitting in your own sun-lit kitchen.
Tons of healthy, clean-eating options.
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Sourdough, croissants and more.
From cutlery and ceramic vases to curtains and bedspreads.
08 Jul 2020
09 Jul 2020