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Where's Melbourne's Best Brunch Spot?

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by Vanessa (subscribe)
WeekendNotes Chief Editor / Chief Writer / PR & Communications.
Published June 27th 2011
There are many great places to have a long and relaxing brunch in Melbourne. Brunch is of course composed of breakfast and lunch dishes, and it is usually associated with a lazy Sunday afternoon. Brunch is also the perfect opportunity to catch up with friends and family. There are numerous cafes in and around Melbourne offering great brunch menus, some even have all day breakfast menus. Brunch can also be Dim sum.

The Hardware Societe, located in the CBD is perhaps one of the most popular spots to have brunch. Creperie le Triskel, Famish'd and Roule Galette, which are also all located in the CBD, all have a reputation for a great brunch menu. The WeekendNotes team have also reviewed a number of Melbourne cafes; Nick Tranter highly recommended Sugardough Panificio and Patisserie and Small Block, Quinn B was quite fond of Cafe Vue, while Fog Bar and Restaurant was the top choice of Michaelie Clark.

If you have a favourite brunch spot in Melbourne, please let us know by leaving a comment. And while you are at it, please let us know your favourite menu item.
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By sonia56 - reader
Thursday, 30th of June @ 01:17 am
The Nacional, Mills St, Albert Park.

Fantastic Staff... Delicious Food & very laid back
By vicki76 - reader
Friday, 1st of July @ 06:04 am
Auction Rooms, North Melbourne
By kath_4 - reader
Friday, 8th of July @ 02:19 pm
Is It Cafe, 11 Izett Street, Prahran
By segal - reader
Friday, 15th of July @ 01:53 am
Dead Man Espresso in South Melbourne
By Anonymous
Tuesday, 19th of July @ 01:51 am
Tusk on Chapel St have a great brunch menu too - but it's best to go prepared to wait. Snagging a table can be hard and the staff can at times have a bit of a relaxed attitude to service. Good place to go late on a Sunday morning though - especially if you've been out on Chapel the night before!
By Michaelie Clark - senior reviewer
Friday, 1st of July @ 08:46 am

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