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Hole-in-the-wall coffee shop The Single Guys is gaining notoriety amongst the coffee snobs of Brisbane’s western suburbs.
They are known in Kenmore for their dedication and consistency in preparing quality coffee, delicious food and impeccable service.
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After a few weeks of not brunching, it was time to get myself back in the game. Naturally, I decided on checking out one of the most popular brunch spots in Richmond, indicated by the large groups of young professionals draped in yoga gear whoÂ form queues outside:Â Pillar of Salt.Â
When the brunch culture is as thriving as it is in the city of Melbourne, it can be overwhelming toÂ decide where to go. One of my favourite ways to find new restaurants and cafÃ©s is to use Instagram to find the best looking dishesÂ and to get an idea of what places have people posting.Â The best way to begin this process is to follow a few Instagram accounts that specialize in the wonderful genre that is brunch to get some ideas flowing of where you want to check out. The following are a collection of accounts that are the best at what they do: showing the people of Melbourne the best places to grab a delicious and beautifulÂ breakfast.
Nursing a pretty serious hangover from the night before, I felt as though I owed it to my body to replenish it withÂ some much-needed nutrients.Â Knowing that Combi was home to a number of raw and organic smoothies from their Instagram account pretty enough to makeÂ any #basic chick swoon (myself included), my boyfriend and I made the trip to check it out.Â
When I consider the elements of a good brunch restaurant, a few things come to mind. Obviously good food is essential, but so is atmosphere, service, (and in typical Melbourne fashion) good java. I was pleasantly surprised that Journeyman, also known to some as Dukes Coffee Roasters, ticked all of these boxes.
When I stumbled across The Kettle Black on Instagram I knew I had to experience this place for myself.
It was a hot Saturday morning when my two friends and I headed to Two Birds One Stone. I had heard that this was another must-try brunch spot in the city that was once owned by the same group that runs Top Paddock. Based on how positive my experiences have been there, I knew I ought to give TBOS a shot.
I only live just a few minutes from Tall Timber, which has become both a blessing and a curse. Â Although I may not be writing this review as a newbie to the cafÃ©, based on their amazing menu that delivers consistent quality I thought it would only be fair to include them in my collection of brunch reviews. Â