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    Store Fifteen is a wonderful little cafe down on the Mornington Peninsula. Not too far from Arthurs Seat if you are having a day out the Mornington area or live nearby. Store Fifteen is on the main street in Mornington and really close to the beach, perfect for a post-brunch stroll along the water. There is parking out the back and an alley walkthrough to the street. All wooden tables with cute little stools outside to allo…

    Moby 3143 on High Street in Armadale is magnificent.  As you stroll down High Street this café is unmissable.  The first part that will catch your eye is the umbrellas on the roof.  Instantly making you want to eat breakfast on the roof. Greeted at the door, and given a table quick smart we sat down to survey the menu. Now before we get into the menu, we can say that the duo behind Moby is Christina Higgins and Steve Svenson.  Steve is the former head …

    Lot 3 is an absolute GEM.  It’s right next to the train station in Ripponlea, but if you blink you might miss it.  To make it easy for you all, they are on the outbound side and on the side street Glen Eira Ave.  Now that we have the formalities out of the way, let’s get down to the food, coffee, and hospitality. First off, they are probably the nicest café owners you will ever meet.  They have also thought about a whole lot of things to make life easy for you all, in…

    Chin Chin is an iconic Melbourne eatery.  With a no booking policy for small groups, it can be a hard place to get into without a long wait. When you do manage to acquire a table, you can rest assured that the food is going to be great. The Chin Chin experience is based on more than just food. Listen to curated playlists by one of Australia’s most respected DJs. Introducing yourself to the waiter/waitress is your first mission, …

    There are two things you need to know about Smith & Deli. Number 1: It doesn't look all vegan but it is. Number 2: They have gluten free everything so talk to the staff. Now that we have cleared that up, you need to find Smith & Deli.  You will want to walk down Moor Street and look for the Eat Vegan sign which is synonymous with Smith & Daughters.  Then through the small door into this cool looking deli with lists of different sandwiches up on the wall in front of you.  All written in chalk and changing constantly. Now you need to know that Smith & Deli have morning sandwiches and lunchtime sandwiches.  The lunchtime ones start …

    If you live on the south side of Melbourne and haven't had anyone speak to you Combi then you may need to reassess your friends. Everyone should be telling you to go here. It's small but it packs a punch, and a line if you get there a little after 10 am. There are so many good things to eat at Combi and they make it very difficult to say no. If you make it in the door then you will walk past a glass cabinet full of Raw Vegan Desserts.  Then stopping to stare for a whi…