Kisume is Chris Lucas’ (Chin Chin, Kong and Hawker hall) first foray into Japanese cuisine and it’s an exquisite culinary experience.
8bit. is the perfect CBD pitstop for some of Melbourne’s finest burgers and smoothest milkshakes.
Sometimes you plan to write a blog post but things happen and you keep putting it off. By then you’ve forgotten what the dishes were called, how they tasted, the level of service and the amount of damage you wallet sustained. This is when you resort to just uploading photos and writing about what vague details you remember. In this case what I do remember is that L and I had lunch at the acclaimed Cumulus Inc. We actually had planned for breakfast but due to our bad timing we had to default to lunch. The dishes as you can see were beautifully presented and well cooked.
|Blackmore’s Wagyu Beef Bresola $21
Will I Return?
Yes. I really want to try their breakfast next time I’m in Melbourne.
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The Hardware Societe has built up a reputation for its delicious French/Spanish brunch menu. After my visit a few weeks ago, I can say it certainly has lived up to the hype.
The modern, bright decor combined with the unique cutlery and fixtures sets diners in a happy mood.
To start off the meal I ordered the cold drip coffee, which comes in a sealed bottle labelled poison haha. After mixing all the components, you get a balanced and smooth cup of coffee 🙂
Oh paper straw again!
The baked eggs is the signature item at Hardware Societe, it comes in a cute, mini sized iron cast pot and a few slices of bread drizzled with olive oil. The dish is well seasoned, the chorizo and cheese really complement the eggs.
The scrambled eggs are just as good as its baked cousins. Well made and beautifully plated.
Hardware Societe is a must eat cafe if you visit Melbourne!
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The Little Mule Co. can be found at 19 Somerset Pl in Melbourne. It’s a combination of a hip cafe and a bicycle store, this unique place carries a simple and minimalistic menu for breakfast.
The iced coffee comes in a jar and a paper straw! Man I have never seen or used a paper straw before my Melbourne trip. The iced coffee was balanced and the vanilla ice cream provided a touch of sweetness.
Baked eggs were accompanied with chorizo, beans and layered with gruyere cheese. A very filling and delicious meal.
So if you are looking for good coffee and breakfast then head over to The Little Mule Co. who knows you might take a bicycle home while you there.
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