Looking for the best places to do breakfast in Melbourne CBD? Our dedicated team have done the research and created a list of some of Melbourne's Best Breakfast Venues.
Located right in the heart of the CBD on Queen Street COF.E.FIX is the perfect spot for you next coffee, breakfast or lunch. Newly opened in 2016 COF.E.FIX has quickly become a local favourite, with many regulars making it their morning, lunch and afternoon cafe of choice. With 34 seats including split leaving dining and outdoor dining we can cater for your next long business breakfast or lunch or your next quick takeaway meal and coffee.COF.E.FIX only uses premium Allpress Espresso coffee to make sure each customer get the perfect cup and we also offer a wide menu for all tastes including a chef designed burger and parma menu, a comprehensive breakfast menu as well as quick items such as wraps, baguettes and salads. COF.E.FIX can also come to you with our CBD catering menu. Including hot and cold platter options ranging from fruit platters and sandwiches to burger sliders and calamari and much more to make sure you and your guests are well feed at your next function, meeting or event.Get your next breakfast, lunch or coffee fix at COF.E.FIX.
Located within Sofitel Melbourne On Collins, No35 is an elegant dining destination designed with rich timbers, vibrant tones, contemporary artworks and breathtaking views of Melbourne. The restaurant serves modern cuisine using fresh local ingredients matched with attentive service and an outstanding wine selection.
If it’s elegance and informal fine dining that you’re after then Syracuse has the perfect dining experience waiting for you.Syracuse offers European and International inspired cuisine in a grand and impressive 19th Century atmosphere, tucked away in one of Melbourne’s picturesque, laneways; Bank Place.Let all your senses be indulged as we take you on a flavour-rich journey. Syracuse has dining spaces to suit every occasion from cozy, romantic intimate evenings, to long business lunches and after work and pre-dinner drinks.Syracuse prides itself on sourcing only the best Victorian seasonal produce delivered fresh daily. Our cuisine bursts with flavour so the hardest part is deciding what to choose.
Tucked down a small city lane, with a neighbouring shoe-repair place and a sushi bar, this inconspicuous lunch spot draws inspiration from the classic Italian deli. And it has a lot of charm. Previously a nondescript pho joint, the space has had a complete makeover, turning the small space into a slick, modern eatery with art-deco style curves, wooden swivel stools and a bright neon “deli” sign above the counter.Chef Brian Narciso (La Luna, The European and Gorski & Jones) heads up the kitchen, smoking trout, curing pickles and preparing salads which fill the deli counter.The menu, put together by writer and regular New Guernica DJ Nick Jamieson, features six rotating daily salads. When we visited there was trout orecchiette, a salad of enoki mushroom with edamame, cherry-smoked chicken and farro and a zucchini ribbon salad. The sandwiches include a tonkatsu roll (crumbed pork, cheese and coleslaw), a mushroom roll or a Reuben sandwich. There is also house-made tequila-cured salmon and a selection of unusual cheeses (including the only smoked blue cheese in the world, apparently). Dine in or take these home with cured meat, pasta and a bottle of wine. Because it is licensed, Chuckle Deli also offers a small selection of international wines, the owner’s favourite spirits and some beers to have with lunch.
Cool & Chic modern Melbourne Bar RestaurantCombining interior design with fine wine and food, Cumulus Inc is at the forefront of the Melbourne dining scene. While a table can never guaranteed with its no reservations policy, we can assure Cumulus Inc first-timers, that this place is well worth the wait.
Located just 24 Kilometres from Melbourne Airport, Pullman Melbourne On The Park hotel is in the heart of East Melbourne within the city's main sports and entertainment district. It is directly opposite Melbourne Cricket Ground and enjoys stunning views of Fitzroy Gardens, Rod Laver Arena and Melbourne Park, home of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
Our luxury hotel in Melbourne serves its renowned afternoon tea of freshly baked scones with jam and cream, exquisite pastries and finger sandwiches on tiered silver stands daily.Upon arrival at The Hotel Windsor Melbourne, enjoy a glass of sparkling wine, whilst afternoon delicacies and unlimited freshly brewed tea and coffee is brought to your table.Vegetarian and gluten free options can be catered for at no extra cost, please advise any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
Owned and operated by the Konstandakopoulos family since 1978, Stalactites has long become a Melbourne institution and is a must for Melbourne diners.The delicious menu includes mouth-watering Greek dishes such as the world famous giros souvlaki, home made fresh dips, tasty grilled meats and rustic home style dishes from the Peloponnese region of Greece.
Locanda Steakhouse , located in the theatre precinct in the heart of Melbourne is famous not only for it’s fantastic location and decor, but the most mouth watering menu items in the area. Don’t let the name fool you into thinking sawdust floor and rustic furniture. The venue was refurbished just over two years ago, is comfortable and stylish yet down to earth catering to all peoples needs.
Representing some of central Melbourne's most charming late 19th century history, the Block Arcade site was purchased for 18 pounds in 1891 and a small tea room was set-up for the Victorian Ladies Work Association.Named after its founder Lady Hopetoun, The Hopetoun Tea Rooms continues the proud tradition of quality, combining old world charm with the heritage of fine food amidst the tranquil beauty of the fully restored Block Arcade.
This hip urban space in Melbournes CBD is a welcoming retreat from the cold with its effervescent fit-out, attentive service and creative cuisine. Queen Street Rescue Restaurant Bar dishes out contemporary Australian fare with unique flavour combinations. The restaurant has a rustic, weathered look about it, from the shabby chic wall panels in white, baby green and lilac hues to the long timber tables with their bucolic-style wooden chairs.
Reminiscent of old world Europe, The European mines the traditions of rural France, Italy and Spain.7.30 to late, breakfast to dinner, 7 days a week, The European serves honest, simple food, sourcing only the best produce from Australia and Europe. This institution is a must visit, even if it’s just for one of this city's finest coffees.
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