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About Jake and the Beans Talk

Looking as pretty and whimsical as a child's fairy tale book, Jake and the Beans Talk sits tall and proud on Waverley Road. Just minutes away from Malvern East train station, this southeast Melbourne gem charms with a polished interior through wooden furnishings, a white tiled counter and potted green plants for a splash of colour. Let the beans do the talking with a freshly brewed cup of coffee (soy, almond and lactose free milks available) and sit down to a hearty breakfast dish such as Moroccan baked eggs with chorizo, smoked Napoli sauce, shaved Parmesan and basil pesto, or select from a range of lunch options like a Trio of Brioche Sliders with pulled pork, beef and chipotle chicken or a Crumbed Chicken with slaw, house made potato rosti, chilli lime aioli and chilli tomato.

Location & Map

510 Waverley Rd, Malvern East 3145 VIC - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  7:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Tue  7:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Wed  7:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Thu  7:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Fri  7:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Sat  8:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Sun  8:00:AM - 4:00:PM

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Member Reviews (5)


Split bill and surcharge
The food matched the $19 charge for a breakfast. Drinks arrived spasmodically as did the food, so we did not eat and drink together. Staff were pleasant. However, on trying to pay we could not split the bill 3 ways. So one of us had to pay and then they added a 10% surcharge for the public holiday. If there was to be a surcharge they should have informed us when we sat down. We play golf at the Malvern Valley regularly and would have liked a place close by for breakfast. We will not be back. They have lost over a thousand dollars yearly income because they were difficult at the cash register. With only credit cards now, restaurants need to allow you to split the bill (divide by 3). Trevor


So wonderful to have a great local cafe! Crisp fresh fitout but somehow maintains a very cosy vibe- probably something to do with how family orientated the place is. Had a beautiful long black, I think they're using five senses coffee. Had the big breaky was value for money and the mrs had the French toast, apparently was also on point. Friendly staff, can say for sure I'll be back!



Best big breaky and awesome coffee !