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It is never easy to satisfy that insatiable urge for our favourite snack, meal or guilty pleasure. Here is a quick run down on some of Melbourne’s most delightful and appropriately priced selections.
Seven am is a cosy bay side café in Port Melbourne that offers a modern breakfast for the hungriest early riser with a wide selection of delicious dishes to compliment the morning coffee or chai latte. Whether you have ridden your 70kms along Beach Road or you are nursing an epic hangover, Seven am can kick start any Sunday.
Look no further than the Queen Victoria Market. Whether it is a quick dash from the office during the week or a Sunday stroll that is capped off with $3 worth of goodness, you cannot bypass the Borek stand.
Turkish pastries that contain lamb, vegetables or cheese and spinach are certainly an iconic pillar of the deli section. Judging by the hungry customers that block the entire corridor waiting for their own freshly baked Borek, you know it is a winner. It is certainly a worthwhile journey from wherever you may be in Melbourne Town. After all, 96% of Urbanspoon voters simply cannot be wrong.
If you must, don’t be afraid to grab an American Doughnut from the Donut Van.
It is certainly no longer a hidden solace for the alternative eateries in Melbourne, the once inconspicuous Sydney Road has now developed into a mainstream haven for the foodies in town. One place that excels amongst a myriad of excellent options is Tom Phat. With finely prepared South East Asian cuisine within an inviting setting, the atmosphere is perfect for a cocktail after work or an evening meal with a significant other. The menu provides tantalising variety with some old favourites to persuade the whole family.