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341 Sydney Road,Brunswick VIC
I had breakfast at this venue on Sunday and it had a very relaxed, friendly feel. The location is perfect, so I sat outside. Unfortunately my breakfast was interrupted by a multitude of fellow diners smoking. He meal was beautifully presented and the flavours were divine. Toasted sourdough bread, poached eggs topped with sprouts, grilled tomatoes, pan fried bacon and the hero piece-deliciously prepared chorizo sausage. Immaculate. Even my mocha latte was perfection and served quickly and with a smile. I'll be back, but I might sit inside.
Great place to eat good food and drink beautifully brewed single origin coffee. The ambience is as intimate and relaxed as you want it to be. Service is efficient, unobtrusive and friendly. Mmmm yummy!
Nestled in a century old heritage building on Sydney Road, Brunswick Flour Mill blends old world charm with new age café fare. Step into a well-worn vibe with an exposed brick fireplace, rustic timber and subtle olive green walls, where an eclectic mix of artwork and newspaper cuttings create a welcoming vibe to linger over a coffee or glass of wine. Softly glowing globes cast subtle light as diners peruse a menu brimming with all-day options such as dukkah herb breakfast salad with poached eggs, smoked salmon, avocado, feta and grilled asparagus on sourdough toast. Lunchgoers may opt for a hearty Wagyu beef burger, with lettuce, bacon, caramelised onion, pickled cucumber, melted cheese, tomato relish and chips; before a sweet treat from a daily selection of pastries, muffins and cakes.
Sweet corn and zucchini fritters, with grilled halloumi, thin bacon, crushed avocado, tomato relish, poached egg, rocket, grilled corn and tomato salsa.
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Brunswick Flour Mill
The Spice Adventuress Blog Review
Brunswick Flour Mill is situated on the iconic Sydney Road in Brunswick, which is a food lover’s paradise. The name comes from the unique heritage building that is atleast 100 years old in which the café is housed. Apparently, it was a location for trading and flour was one of the main commodities, hence the name.
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