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This Chapel Street Breakfast Venues guide offers you 10 of the best Breakfast Venues on Chapel Street instantly. If you are looking for a Chapel Street Restaurant or Cafe that serves great breakfast or just some of Melbourne’s best coffee our Chapel Street Breakfast guide get you connected.

  

Chapel Street runs through Toorak, Windsor, Prahran, South Yarra and finishes in St Kilda East. Chapel Street Breakfast Venues makes it simple to find your next breakfast spot in Chapel Street!

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  • Lucky Penny
    Lucky Penny

    Successful entrepreneurs Justin Re and Matt ‘Lanis’ Lanigan have partnered up with Vanessa Nitsos and Jason Chan owners of the award winning Lady Bower, Reservoir. They are set on celebrating the fine local produce at hand and providing Melbournians with what we know and love best - good food and coffee. Opening in May 2014 Lucky Penny serves up quality coffee, all- day breakfast and brunch, and a menu full of flavour and variety. The Lucky Penny menu focuses on using seasonal fresh and locally- sourced goods, and features some 'must haves' of 2014: the Smoothie Bowl, green juices and quinoa salad. But bacon fans need not fret – the menu is not all green and granola (ours features carrot slice). If you fancy an indulgence, Lucky Penny offers the likes of an authentic champagne breakfast, black pudding with spiced plum jam, poached egg, chicken liver and brioche, or waffles with salted chocolate and ice cream. Breakfast can be hearty, healthy or both, and is available all day. Lunch includes meatballs in flat bread with smokey sauce, and egg and bacon rolls. You can also tuck into some tasty salads featuring whipped feta, mushrooms, cos lettuce, lentils and rosemary, or dine on seafood. Calamari Skate in brown butter with brussel sprouts, lemon and wild fennel perhaps? While you are at it, you may as well throw in a Five Senses espresso martini. Yolo! The support for locals doesn’t stop at produce either – the aprons are designed by successful Melbourne label Bul, nominated for the 2014 Australian Designer of the year award. More ‘local’ love is given to the baking of bread, with the team working in conjunction with Ed's Bread to develop their own unique style of bread exclusive to Lucky Penny. Whether you are brunching post-Pilates or post-party, Lucky Penny has something for everyone. Take away coffee tarts and gluten-free bliss balls will be at the ready for drop ins. Lucky Penny pays homage to vintage modernism, opting for a rustic Scandinavian vibe. Using Biasol Design Studio to fit out the venue, the space is coated in fresh white brick walls, warmed up with furnishings of pale wood, tanned leather and soft lighting. The cafe bar is made using beautiful reclaimed wood and accompanied by shelf space and a fridge display. Now to the all-important talk…coffee. You will be pleased to know Lucky Penny uses 5 Senses coffee seasonal blend and baristas are experienced with rock star training from the Australian Barista Academy.

    South Yarra, Victoria
  • Amici Bakery Cafe
    Amici Bakery Cafe

    Welcome to Amici Bakery Café - the taste experience of Chapel Street that's delighted friends since 2003. With a very unique atmosphere that tantalises all of the senses from the aroma of the freshly brewed coffee and artisan breads, to the spectacular feeling as though you're amongst the cooking excitement in the open kitchen. Everything is baked, prepared and cooked in-house; so let the flavours take you in and enjoy your experience both in the café or even at home or in the office.

    Prahran, Victoria
  • Morris Jones
    Morris Jones

    This amazing 1887 landmark heritage warehouse building has been given a modern restoration by award winning architect/designers Russell & George, who have taken inspiration with the design from the 1960 classic French film ‘À Bout de Souffle’ and its legendary charismatic lead actor Jean-Paul Belmondo. Morris Jones is all about great food, great cocktails, a relaxed social atmosphere, our beautiful garden courtyard and the fantastic old heritage building that has so much rich history.

    Windsor, Victoria

Chapel Street Breakfast Venue of the Month

Borsch Vodka & Tears
173 Chapel Street, Windsor, Victoria, Australia

Founded by a trio of Polish expats, this restaurant/bar has a warm bohemian atmosphere, with candle-strewn wooden tables and gilded mirrors. The menu is apt, offering Polish cuisine and over 100 vodkas from the Eastern Bloc. The vodka infusions and varietals can be experienced straight up in delicate shot glasses, on the rocks, or made into a fantastic hot vodka tea.

The classic and house-created cocktails are well worth ordering and arrive festooned with fruit, making it difficult not to want to swap sips with your friends. The relaxed vibe and quality of the food and drinks even make Borsch, Vodka and Tears worth a walk down Chapel Street on a Saturday night, though you may find yourself waiting for a table.

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