Liminal is the most ambitious cafe opening of the year so far. But we shouldn’t be surprised. It is, after all, the first cafe from the Mulberry Group since it sold genre-defining cafes Kettle Black, Higher Ground and Top Paddock. Liminal is just as show-stopping as those other spaces, but for different reasons. For one, the scope is more ambitious: more than just a cafe, Liminal also encompasses an eatery, a grab-and-go, a wine shop, a cheese store and a private dining room. Food is exciting too, whether it’s familiar (a hot rotisserie chicken roll with gravy) or more out-there (a mapo tofu noodle roll). The only problem? It’s not open on weekends.