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Ever-changing menu with dishes such as arepas with beef brisket, slow-cooked beans, corn cakes, avocado, almond feta, coriander and pickled vegetables.
Footscray locals nourish their mind and body at Small Graces on Byron Street. This cosy, friendly neighbourhood café welcomes diners with recycled timber tables, potted and trailing greenery, shelves stacked with produce and comfy couches to chill out on while lingering over a leisurely breakfast or lunch. On balmy days, sit alfresco under market umbrellas and peruse an ever-changing menu focusing on seasonal, wholesome fare that is ethically sourced; think breaky plates like Colombian-style eggs, scrambled with spring onion, tomato, spice, corn cakes, cheese, avocado and chorizo. Drop by later and sip a grapefruit spritz cocktail while sharing small plates such as slow-cooked beef brisket in spicy adobo sauce; or wrap your hands around a tasty curried roast chicken toastie, on sourdough.
57 Byron Street, Footscray 3011 VIC - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 47 Chef: Diego Portilla