Spoiler: most of the action is on Carlise Street.
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Chef Coskun Uysal ships the flavours of modern Istanbul to downtown Balaclava.
A tiny brick cubby serving up breakfast, lunch and the occasional dinner.
Grab a seat, get chatting to your fellow diners and traverse a menu that changes every day.
A family-run bakery chain for bagel lovers.
A Carlisle Street veteran that has stood the test of time.
Bagels, doughnuts, coffee and smoothies next to Balaclava Station.
Coconuts on Carlisle Street.
There’s nothing faux-industrial about this cafe, where the tables are made of old machinery.
A self-serve yoghurt bar with more than 22 toppings to choose from.
Possibly the most famous wall in Melbourne, Wall Two 80 is much more than that.
Ziggy’s in Balaclava is all about full flavours with no frills.
Authentic Mexican street food and a killer courtyard to enjoy it in.
A modern-Japanese take on the traditional Izakaya.
A second casual Italian diner by the people at Cicciolina, just down the road in Balaclava.
Vibrant colours and storybook prints define this Melbourne womenswear brand.
A home away from home for the Kiwis.