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Published March 3rd 2013
They say it is the most important meal of the day, but so many of us are not morning people.
White Lindt Chocolate & Raspberry Slice with Coffee
Is it laid-back cruisy breakfast or an all-you-can-eat buffet?
Which location venue or café provides the best place to take breakfast in Melbourne?
For a bit of a fun way to start the day Madams Sousou on Brunswick Street Fitzroy has great Bloody Mary's with horseradish, great if you are so hung over you can't face a solid feed for breakfast.
Warren Glen Nursery in Warrandyte provides beautiful views over the country scenes and a lovely breakfast menu *Warning it gets really busy here on weekends.
Gattica in St Kilda does great eggs.
Brunettis off Lygon street in Carlton has a really extensive menu and something for everyone.
Ripe at Sassafras provides all of the Yarra Valley produce in a lovely rustic setting.
Babka on Brunswick Street has typical Russian fare with great bakery items, although it can get quite busy for breakfast.
If you're after more of a Park style setting then perhaps you might like Madelines at Jells Park in Wheelers Hill. You can sit overlooking the parkland and have breakfast in a really lovely environment.
Some of the fancy five-star hotels in the city will do great buffet breakfast and they often have special offers such as buy one get one free - a good way to fill your tummy for the entire day.
The Post Office Cafe in Hurstbridge serves eggs florentine or eggs benedict in a great countryside setting.
If you feel like getting back to nature and hanging out with the hippies on a Saturday, you can always take a drive out to the St Andrew's Market. They have a variety of coffee, chocolate and food stalls were you can have a roaming breakfast.