Fine diners, Italian restaurants, burger joints. They're all here.
Where to find coffee and food south of the river.
Track down the finest coffee and food in 3205.
The range here may be eclectic, but the best bars in South Yarra are all crowd-pleasers with broad appeal.
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An all-day eatery worth visiting for the interior alone.
This is much more than a bakery. Sure, the bread's great and so are the sweets. But what you really want to do is stay here for a meal. The brunch menu – whose past dishes have included mascarpone pancakes and chicken-liver pâté on brioche – is just too good not to try.
This Chapel Street cafe caters to the health conscious and health careless alike.
Drinking is encouraged at this Barbie-pink daytime disco.
Fresh organic meals that taste as good as they look.
Vegan food and superb coffee from the team at Monk Bodhi Dharma and Admiral Cheng-Ho.
A serene little smoothie shop in South Yarra.
It's an indoor-outdoor cafe experience on a bend of the Yarra River.
A nostalgic garden cafe in South Yarra’s historic Como House.
A sophisticated but down-to-earth spot, with plenty of warmth.
A cafe and roasting operation with a strong focus on education.
A cousin to Caulfield’s Einstein 251 with the same winning formula of great coffee and food with a Middle Eastern twist.
A tiny, friendly coffee shop with a charitable streak.
Enter for vegan cheesymite jaffles and Pina Colada smoothies.
Whether you like raw greens or dessert for breakfast, this spot has it covered.
A down-to-earth locals' haunt providing relief from busy Toorak Road.
A specialist US-inspired cafe with a focus on quality coffee.
A rustic spot specialising in more than 15 types of pide.
Industrial, yet somehow incredibly homey, too.
For dude food and a signature coffee blend.
Nothing too fancy here. Just a solid menu of cafe classics and a comfortable, relaxed vibe.
Having a local barista is very much like having another husband.
There’s something to suit everyone at this health-conscious cafe.
Whether it’s for breakfast at three in the afternoon or picking up dinner on the way home from work, Urban Provedore is here to remind us that local is still best.
Eat breakfast, then take lunch or a litre of milk home.