Buffet Breakfast at Intercontinental on Collins Street – Beautiful and classy interior with great customer service even when we went in with a discounted Groupon voucher (Food shown in picture are only a small part of what we had).
The Hardware Société on Hardware Street. One of the popular must eat place for breakfast, especially their baked eggs, coffee and hot chocolate. On weekends there’s usually packed with people and long line ups.
Little Cupcake at Degraves Street
Hopetoun Tea Room, Collins Street within Block Arcade. The arcade represents the late 19th century charm and beauty and, within it is the ever Hopetoun Tea Room with their gorgeous and delicate sweetness. *always a line up (yet to try it)
KoKo Black, Royal Arcade CBD. Yummmmmmy chocolates and desserts – highly recommend their salted caramel chocolate.
Lygon Street for Italian Food! Bravo!
Cupcake Central, Melbourne Central – Best red velvet cupcakes ever, must try. There’s also other very exciting flavours which I will have to try next time.
Le Belle Miette, Hardware Lane. The best macaroon I have had yet. I used to think Ladurée macaroons are the best but now it would have to be L Belle Miette.
Burch and Purchese, Chapel Street – love everything!
Hot Jam Donut, Victoria Market – 5 is just not nough
Something healthy to break down the disaccharides.
Cupcake family, QV – known for their cake decorations
I Love Dumplings on A’Beckett St. Cheap and authentic tasting Chinese – 15 pieces of dumplings for $10!!!!!
Other Macaroons I have tried during my stay in Melbourne but still Le Belle Miette is still the favourite
Breakfast at Southern Cross DFO, despite what the outlet shopping centre look like. The restaurant inside was very nice and had a great atmosphere with a man playing piano while we had a breakfast.
Having a coffee and chilling at Federation Square near Flinders Train Station
Degraves Street, Laneway Breakfast. Really enjoyed my laneway breaky experience!