I ordered the chicken parmigiana, which was served with chips and a salad. The salad was drowned in a vinegary dressing, but the meal was otherwise quite pleasing. At $15.90, it was one of the pricier options on the menu.
Meanwhile, my companion ordered the salt and pepper calamari. Unlike some restaurants in which they are stingy with calamari and puff your dish up with salad, there was a reasonable amount of calamari, as well as a decent serve of chips and salad. Not bad for $14.90.
With delicious food and great atmosphere, Platform One will be your only stop for an all-day breakfast or comfort food lunch. Just steps away from Ormond Station, it is located in a convenient location with no other cafes of calibre nearby.