Best Known For
Stayin’ Alive Burger: famous winner of Frankston’s burger-off competition – crunchy lentil patty, cucumber, tomato, maple mustard aioli, cos, grilled pineapple, hummus, tomato relish and alfalfa, on a beetroot brioche bun.
For food that tastes as good as it looks and is 100% healthy, Frankston locals head to Nature Café Bar on Thompson Street. This plant-based vegan and vegetarian restaurant serves up an oasis of calm in surrounds of vibrant wall murals, an abundance of greenery and home accents sure to tempt those dropping by; while on balmy days the alfresco courtyard is the place to linger over a cold beverage. All-day breaky plates like smashed avocado, feta, dukkah, lemon, roasted tomato, radish, mint and balsamic glaze on sourdough are sure to entice; while the lunch crowd enjoys a glass of wine with the likes of hola nachos – saucy Mexican beans, avocado, corn chips, herb sauce, fresh tomato and capsicum salsa, grilled sweetcorn and cashew cheese sauce. Don’t forget to finish with a sweet raw treat.
1-3 Thompson Street, Frankston 3199 VIC - See Map