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Naughty Boy Cafe

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by Gwen O'Toole-Luscombe (subscribe)
Gwen O’Toole is an accomplished writer focusing on travel, food, wine and events management. Follow her on Instagram @Gwennieo
Published December 16th 2014
Where it's ok to be a little naughty
Everything's ok in moderation, right?

Which is apparently the idea behind Naughty Boy Cafe, the latest foodie hotspot on Lygon Street in Princes Hill where diners can choose from a menu offering plenty of both Naughty and nice options.

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Naughty Boy Cafe is the latest foodie hotspot to hit Lygon St.

From the culinary creatives behind Mama Bear in Flemington, Daniel Katz and Ashley De'Hartman took their head chef Mark Wallen with them and north taking over what was once the Residential Kitchen café space.

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What used to be Residential Kitchen cafe has undergone a refurb to become Naughty Boy.

The space has been given a bit of a makeover inside to reflect the industrial chic vibe that's on trend. You'll find plenty of quirky signage, a pressed metal deli counter and the best thing yet- all day breakfast!

All day breakfast menu includes both naughy and nice options such as the (naughty) Mr Benedict with poached eggs, grilled short cut bacon, English muffins, and apple cider hollandaise, or the Pork Belly Scrambled with twice cooked pork belly, caramelised onions, chilli, scallions, noisette brioche, and pomegranate and fennel salad or a (nice) gluten free and vegan bircher muesli with almond milk, quinoa, chia seeds, spiced muddled berries and pistachio.

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A bit naughty, a bit nice, carrot and walnut muffins!

Can't decide? Try the fine balance of both with a carrot and walnut cupcake with lime icing, or in liquid form like the When Doves Cry which is a mix of white chocolate, vanilla, Raffaello chocolate, vanilla ice cream, Flake bar, and skimmed milk. Seriously, you won't be sorry.
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Why? For somethign a little naughty and something a little nice
When: Monday to Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm and Saturday - Sunday 8:00 am - 4:00pm
Phone: 03 9041 7870
Where: Lygon St, Carlton North
Cost: Breakfast roughly $12-20 per person
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