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Nourish poke bowls are full of natural and fresh flavour. They focus on locally-sourced, fresh produce, to enliven your body naturally.
Arrive early for your Malthouse Theatre experience and relax over a pre-show weekend breakfast or weekday lunch or dinner at the Coopers Malthouse Café.
The Coopers Malthouse Bar is also open for pre-show tipples and post-performance indulgence.
Dedicated to making the best schnitzels in the world, Schnitz brings the culinary tradition of schnitzels to modern-day tastebuds. Using fresh ingredients, a signature pan-cooking technique and delicious, crunchy crumbs, you are sure to get hooked.
Gloria Jean's Coffees
Australian owned and locally operated, Gloria Jean’s Coffees sources the world’s best Arabica beans, delivering a great cup of coffee every time.
Each cup of coffee at Gloria Jean's is handcrafted by a passionate barista.
The Terrace On Exhibition
Downstairs in the Mantra on the Park hotel, the Terrace Restaurant Bar & Grill’s relaxed atmosphere attracts hotel guests and cafe patrons alike.
Enjoy a delicious full breakfast, or a la carte dining at dinner.
Perk Up Cafe & Burger Bar
Perkup is a fun, energetic cafe and burger bar serving coffee, salads, burgers and fries. Sink your teeth into a signature Perkup gourmet beef, chicken, kangaroo or veggie burger.
Dine in, takeaway or order online for delivery.
Situated under a glass atrium, Romano’s coffee shop serves hot breakfasts and meals throughout the day, along with a range of snacks and sweet treats.
The focus at Romano’s is on the coffee, a rich-bodied blend of beans sourced from the world over.
No lattes. No long blacks. No flat whites. Just boutique coffee with or without milk for which the gods themselves would descend from high.
Tucked away near the Halls of Justice, Patricia’s worker bees pump out the coffees all day long in double time.
Om provides healthy and affordable vegan and vegetarian Indian cuisine. Their specialty is the $6.50 all you can eat Indian Thaali. This includes two curries of the day, rice and naan. This meal can be refilled to your heart’s content.
The breakfast menu at Little Charley Café takes inspiration from what is ‘in’ in Melbourne right now, with their own little twist. It includes pancakes, benedict and a favourite smashed avocado, along with toasted take away items.