More than just great Vietnamese.
Our favourite spots for breakfast, coffee and cheerful vibes between Victoria Street and the Yarra.
Looking for the perfect pre-game pub? Or just a quiet spot for a glass of wine? We've got both, and plenty more.
When it comes to pubs, this is one of the best areas in town.
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The third outpost of the inventive French boulangerie is a testing ground as well as a bakery.
A local landmark from Melbourne cafe royalty.
By dining here, you're helping people in the Third World get a feed of their own.
It’s designed to feel like your lounge room. But you could never make food this good at home.
A classic sandwich shop with elevated ingredients and credentials.
Enter for superb single origin and filter, or invest in a $10 shot of espresso.
At this “cellar door” for coffee you can taste up to five single-origin brews in a single visit.
Paleo fiends, this one's for you.
A relaxed cafe, bar and grill open every day of the week, serving booze at whatever time you’re ready for it.
An all-day every-day cafe with a solid list of brunch cocktails.
Camel-milk lattes and bowls of crickets. This isn't your average cafe.
Fresh bean curd turned into creative lunches since 1982.
Coffee is the focus at this spot from Axil Coffee Roasters, but the menu is no B-team.
A social-enterprise cafe upholding the idea of a fair go.
The all-day, all-week canteen trying to change fast food in Australia.
As solid as the immovable pillar in the middle of the seating area.
Daytime staples and intriguing sit-down dishes.
Like the milk bars of yore; a place to drop in for coffee, breakfast or a sandwich.
Healthy food within footy-kicking distance of the Epworth Hospital.
This Greek deli’s third-generation owner is serving contemporary takes on his mother’s recipes.
Taste, watch and learn at this longstanding coffee roaster's shiny, voyeuristic HQ.
Cruffins, strawberry-cheesecake croissants and stunning petit gateaux in a matching petite shopfront.
Asian-influenced brunches and a nod to Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe.
Indian-inspired dishes matched with Padre coffee.
It’s easy to while away an entire afternoon here on a wet weekend ... if you can find it.
This backstreets spot is dedicated to using the freshest local and organic produce in a way few others are.
120 seats and a huge menu to match. This is one seriously ambitious cafe.
Simplicity and class are the hallmarks of this cafe.
Providing the Richmond community with their daily newspaper, milk and bread since 1956.
A tranquil cafe on an otherwise hectic strip.