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The best family-friendly restaurants in Melbourne
Handle hangry children by heading to these kid-approved spots.
Fresh Air & Pancake Melbourne
A Japanese dessert heaven with soufflé, dorayaki and soft serve.
The Budapest Cafe
A hidden gem of Carlton, inspired by Wes Anderson’s film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
The Journal Cafe
A relaxed cafe with plenty of reading material to browse while you sip a coffee, wine or dine.
The Olive Jar Cafe
Focused on pizza and pasta with some excellent starter and dessert choices.
A Japanese bakery and cafe with lunch specials and freshly baked pastries.
Workshop Bros showcases the best of seasonal coffee, with something for every coffee lover.
Cartel Coffee Roasters
Specialty coffee, brunch and wine in a minimalist surrounds in Somerset Place.
The best Korean street food in Melbourne
Find the best Korean food in Melbourne, from fried chicken to stacked whipped cream desserts.
Where to find the best street food snacks in Melbourne
Become street-smart for lunch time with these small but mighty eateries
Vertue Coffee Roasters
A small cafe serving breakfast, lunch and house-roasted coffee.
Melbourne's best hole-in-the-wall cafes
We found Melbourne's tiniest cafes in laneways, under train tracks and on top of traffic islands.
Where to find the best Hong Kong–style cafes in Melbourne
The best Hong Kong waffles, cheap noodle bowls, condensed milk treats and more.
The chocolate lover's guide to Melbourne
Find Melbourne's best chocolate chip cookies, chocolate cakes and more delicious desserts.
Brunetti’s Carlton headquarters boasts one of Melbourne's biggest arrays of cakes and pastries.
Melbourne’s best Korean street toast cafes
Load up on buttery brioche with gilgeori toast and K-sandwiches from these Melbourne cafes.
Cafe and wine store offering a sustainable, seasonal menu for breakfast and lunch.