Best Known For
Saint Benedict: Berkshire pork shoulder, fresh apple, poached eggs and beurrre noisette hollandaise on toasted sourdough.
Spinning a British take on the Melbourne coffee scene, Saint James Café on Malvern Road is a linger-worthy local hangout. On the sunny side of the street in Malvern Village, Saint James entices guests with a sleek, subway tiled frontage where alfresco tables await those who want to watch the world go by; or head out back to a courtyard with flowering plants, wooden features and geometric patterned tables to sip a latte and ponder an English-inspired menu. Early risers may be tempted by Port glazed wild mushrooms, poached egg, housemade ricotta, tarragon and sourdough; while those stopping by later may opt for a fish finger butty, with crushed pea aioli, dill and cabbage salad on fresh white bread, or smoke trout salad, asparagus, beetroot carpaccio, pickled radish and whipped goats cheese.
1376 Malvern Road, Malvern 3144 VIC - See Map
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