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Top Five Cafes in Melbourne

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Brunching is one of Melbourne’s most popular pastimes, and there's always some place new to explore each week. Here are five of my current favourite cafes, in no particular order:

Penta (38) Nutella Panna Cotta w nut butter banana sushi, honey joy crumb, strawberries, pomegranate molasses, torched marshmallows ($18,50)
The food at Penta is consistently good with plenty of inventive options, and it’s rather conveniently located next to the train station. The Nutella panna cotta is definitely one to try.

28 Riddell Parade
Elsternwick, VIC, 3185
(03) 9523 0716

Street Talk Espresso
Street Talk Espresso (31) The Boss of all Challah - Challah French toast squares, stewed apple, seasonal fruits, mascarpone, Tim Tam sand + espresso caviar ($18)GRAM2
The flavour combinations of Street Talk Espresso's dishes are creative and well thought out, and attractive plating doesn’t hurt either. Don’t forget to check out the bright and spacious courtyard at the back.

Street Talk Espresso
710 High St
Armadale, VIC, 3143
(03) 9509 9687

Fourth Chapter
Fourth Chapter (18) Peanut butter s’more waffle - salted caramel, grilled banana and marshmallow ($21,50)edit
I was initially drawn here by the temptation of savoury waffles – beetroot and cheddar waffles with hot smoked salmon anyone? – but the other dishes are equally impressive.

Fourth Chapter
385 High St
Prahran, VIC, 3191
(03) 9510 2277

Prospect Espresso
Prospect Espresso (23) Jaffa Brioche French Toast served w whipped Nutella mascarpone, citrus segments, orange syrup, freeze dried raspberry, matcha soil and hazelnut crumble ($18,50)
Insta-worthy dishes that don’t just look good, but taste great too. It’s quite a small and cosy café – get in quick before the lines get too long.

Prospect Espresso
2A Prospect Hill Rd
Camberwell, VIC, 3124
(03) 9882 7359

Sir Charles
Sir Charles (35) Sir Charles Benedict w. Panko Crumbed Eggs, Sriracha Hollandaise, Bacon, Roti ($18)
For some Asian-inspired brunch in the middle of Fitzroy, you can’t go past Sir Charles. The Sir Charles Benedict is still one of my favourite café dishes in Melbourne.

Sir Charles
121 Johnston Street
Fitzroy, VIC, 3065
(03) 9415 7077


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Aleisha is the author of the top food blog "A Chronicle of Gastronomy". Born and bred in Melbourne, much of her free time is spent either eating, looking for new places to eat, or blogging about it through A Chronicle of Gastronomy - the product of her love for food, travel and photography.


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