Top 10 St Kilda Brunch Spots

The morning is possibly the best time of the day to be in St Kilda. The local pups are out for their morning walk while their owners crowd around bakery windows, picking their morning pastry. Another beloved local tradition is catching up over a hearty brunch, and there’s plenty of places to do it, whether you’re partial to pancakes, eggs or an acai bowl. Here are our top ten places to grab a good brekky in St Kilda, in no particular order.

1. Fitzrovia
Many know Fitzrovia for its impressive wine list and dinner dishes, but this Fitzroy Street favourite also boasts a breakfast that oozes the same class. Their menu is made with quality, local ingredients and makes for a difficult choice, but we’ve got our eye on the Persian style baked eggs.

 

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2. Miss Jackson
Filled with personality and simplicity, Miss Jackson is certainly a local favourite. The coffee here is some of the best in the area, and you can always count on the menu to serve you up something new – like the pork belly on top of buttermilk waffles! See more here…

3. The Galleon
The Galleon. Yet another St Kilda institution. Sporting a colourful and communal atmosphere, The Galleon know how to do Brunch (and GREAT coffee)! We won’t spoil the surprise… try it out for yourself! See more here…

4. Il Fornaio
Il Fornaio is a little vintage, a little retro, with a whole lot of sass. Doubling as a bakery, you certainly can’t go past the toast menu as you relax on the front deck. These guys aren’t afraid of the avo, and pair it beautifully with snow peas in menu favourite, ‘The Avo-cuddle’. See more here…

5. Matcha Mylkbar
Vegetarian? Then add Matcha Mylkbar to your Brunch Bucket List! Located on the bustling corner of Acland and Carlisle Streets, Matcha offers a bright and bold Vegetarian menu including Amazebowls, Vegan Eggs, Longevity Bowls and #nofilter dishes packed with goodness. See more here…

6. Staple
This new kid on the block is fast becoming a local’s hot spot, offering a simplistic menu grouped with quality produce, ambience and enthusiastic service. Build your own brunch or indulge in a traditional dish with a quirky twist. Tip: the Beef Brisket Hash with a Fried Egg and tasty condiments is a must try! See more here…

7. Grocery Bar
Sleek and stylish, Grocery Bar brings a friendly vibe and puts the customer at the forefront. These guys are proud pastry makers, as they should be, and if you’re looking for a solid, classic avo on toast, look no further. Why we love it? The Al Fresco seating in the heart of St Kilda’s iconic Fitzroy Street! See more here…

 

8. LeRoy Espresso
Why we love Leroy? This cafe with character is located smack bang in the heart of Acland Plaza! With great coffee and a hearty menu, Leroy is a St Kilda institution. Tip: head there on a Sunday for a late brunch and you may just catch some live entertainment in Acland Street’s new Plaza! See more here…

9. Dr Jekyll
This quiet café is located far from the hustle and bustle of St Kilda’s main drag and has a bit of a neo-noir feel about it. Take a seat in Dr Jekyll’s stylish, bold interior or out in the peaceful courtyard and choose from a menu comprised of fresh, seasonal produce. The bircher is a reliable choice, made up of oats and chia mixed with passionfruit and coconut yoghurt. See more here…

10. Iddy Biddy
If you are looking for a hearty Big Breakfast or Eggs Beni, then Iddy Biddy is the place to go! Located on Blessington Street, Iddy Biddy has a gigantic brunch menu that comes in the form of a Children’s Story Book. Why not? With both relaxed outdoor seating and cosy indoor couches, you won’t be short of choice. Why not? See more here…

So there you have it! 10 St Kilda Brunch spots to pencil into your diary. Enjoy!

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