Freelance writer, traveller, foodie and graphic designer living at the gateway of the Yarra Valley and Melbourne's green belt suburbs..
Published March 17th 2017
A small cafe with a gorgeous outlook, the balcony wraps around what was once a post office and soaks in the stunning views of Yarrambat and surrounding countryside.
The place gets busy so best to go for brunch or a late lunch. Keep in mind that the cafe closes at 3pm. The food is fresh and locally sourced.
For lunch, ordered the green eggs and ham from the breakfast menu. The presentation of the dishes are always amazing. The eggs are free range, the bacon is Otway pork. The dish comes with potato gems, smashed peas, kaiserfleisch, kale dust and a poached egg!
The cafe sells homewares and lifestyle products, serves breakfast, lunch and a range of sweets. A great getaway from suburban cafes with not only great food, but gorgeous views!