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Spoonbill Restaurant and Bar

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by Megan Luscombe (subscribe)
Megan Luscombe is an experienced Event Manager, having worked in the industry for 10 years prior to launching The Ideas Library. She’s also a certified Life Coach, specialising in Relationships and considers herself a passionate foodie.
Published September 7th 2014
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I'm a breakfast kinda girl, there's no denying. I'm a sucker for a great coffee, a comfy chair and delicious breakfast goodness. You will regularly find me out and about on weekend mornings going ga-ga over food options, and I'm not ashamed of it.

[ADVERT]Breakfast completes me and makes me whole. It is my happiness in the morning, on weekends and who can resist eating breakfast for dinner? Wait.. I might be amongst a small group of individuals on that one, but that's okay.

Enough about that and let's get onto this new place I've discovered that I think you should visit, Spoonbill.

I think we've already established that I live near Chapel Street, so it wasn't long before I found this little gem hidden underneath The Olsen. I'm glad I did find it though, because it's so comfy/chic that I have placed it on my 'cozy breakfast hot spot' list. I think you should do the same.

I know some of you might be thinking that because it's a hotel venue it's probably going to be a bit... dare I say, hotel'ish/boring and I can completely get your concern. Nothing worse than walking into an establishment for a good ol' breaky and feeling like you're part of the corporate chain waiting in line at the breakfast buffet (am I right or am I right?)

This place is nothing like that. It feels cosy, relaxing, clean, comforting and friendly. Yes, it is part of the hotel establishment but it doesn't look or feel 'hotel', which to me is a big win.

The breakfast menu is simple but ticks all the boxes:

Spoonbill restaurant and bar, the olsen, chapel street, spoonbill the olsen
Spoonbill Restaurant and Bar, Breakfast Menu

I was in the mood for eggs and so was my partner, so we both chose different dishes for extra review and picture effect. Queue the photos:

Spoonbill restaurant and bar, breakfast
My breakfast was: poached eggs, grilled tomato and sourdough. Delicious!


Spoonbill restaurant and bar, the olsen, chapel street, spoonbill the olsen
Gwen's breakfast was: scrambled egg whites, spinach and sourdough. Amaze!

Did I mention the coffee is also really good?

Spoonbill restaurant and bar, the olsen, chapel street, spoonbill the olsen
So. Good

So, what are you doing right now? Put this little gem into your calendar and go smash some breakfast.
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Phone: (03) 9040 1333
Where: 637-641 Chapel Street, South Yarra
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What a great lively review!
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