So, Urban Listers, clear the diary and get excited for our Fave 5s. Our Patch Cafe picks are the Cave Man brekkie of eggs, bacon, tomato, Wagyu beef, sweet potato fritter, silverbeet, and kale, with relish, and the oh-so-fresh smoked trout salad, peppered with pine nuts and capers. There was a slight acidity present in the dish, possibly from vinegar on the poached eggs. The space is fresh with white tiles, exposed brick, a quirky breeze-block bar and… table tennis tables. The bar is made from Azzura blue honed marble and features simple wooden shelving. Nicely put together with other fresh I ingredients.
Icon - Facebook Facebooks brand mark for use in social sharing icons. Icon - Pinterest Pinterests brand mark for use in social sharing icons. Rated What a lovely place to come and dine. Coffee very nice thank you. The bircher was composed of activated hazelnuts and almonds, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, goji berries, apricots, orange, vanilla bean, coconut, poached fig, coconut nectar and a dollop of Coyo yoghurt.
A geometric pattern of soft blue, black, and gray tiles creates a whimsical backdrop to the bar. Icon - Email Used to indicate an emai action. Patch Cafe: A Playful Custom-Built Restaurant in Melbourne - Remodelista Icon - Arrow Left An icon we use to indicate a rightwards action. Since we were in a paleo cafe, I had opted for paleo bread rather than sourdough and, well, how often do I get to try paleo bread? We found it to be firm and tart, sort of like natural yoghurt though its texture was not quite smooth — more like a thick, textured mousse. Icon - Arrow Right An icon we use to indicate a leftwards action. Above: The plywood scalloped shingle canopy above the bar area imparts a village vibe to the industrial warehouse space.
The must-try guide to Melbourne, celebrating the launch of! Gluten-free friends and those who like to food-shame on Instagram , this excellent Melbourne cafe is for you. Sounds like a mouthful, but it was very good. Friendly staff and service is good. At Patch, we only use the produce that is fresh, local and direct from source wherever possible. The brainchild of local personal trainer and Paleo devotee, Tom Davidson, Patch is a chic space, perfect for a post-workout primal pick-me-up.
As expected, the Patch bircher had plenty of crunch, and sweetness from the fruits, which was tempered by the Coyo yoghurt. With a rustic, beachy fitout and a super-chill vibe, Combi gets props for producing some of the most delectable raw cakes and treats in Melbourne. The bread was dense and a little cake-like and had a subtle, interesting flavour. Some things just go together. The fragrance of the truffle oil wafted up and taunted me, so tried to take my photos as quickly as possible. Icon - External Link An icon we use to indicate a button link is external. Your resource for finding the best storage and home organization solutions for every room in the house.
It's chock full of banana, blueberries, house-made nut mylk, crispy coconut flakes, activated caramelised buckinis, maca, and cranberries so, basically, lots of healthy stuff. I had the açai and was tasty. From food to fashion, Campari to Crossfit, each Fave 5 edition is researched and recommended by The Urban List, and driven by the new —putting the city at your fingertips and giving you the freedom to explore it!. The definitive guide to stylish outdoor spaces, with garden tours, hardscape help, plant primers, and daily design news. Above: Guests can peek into the cafe through a newly opened black steel facade which was tied in with the old existing wall and structure , creating a sense of transparency. Please note: Patch Cafe takes bookings, but it is not essential. They are happy to come up with a solution to your dietary requirements as the order is being taken.
Icon - Down Chevron Used to indicate a dropdown. Have a look at the menu. Fortunately A2 picked it so I still got to have a taste. This addition to the fold arrived mid-last year, when co-founders Tom Davidson and Jacob Burke sought to carry over their passion for clean eating into a new eatery. Prams and strollers can fit.
Open for breakfast and lunch every day, coffee fiends are well catered for at this healthy Melbourne cafe, with brews keeping locals perky. Patch Cafe Richmond The first dedicated Paleo café in Melbourne, is tucked away on leafy Bendigo street in Richmond, within the restored heritage surrounds of Studio 9. My friend had the avocado that was plentiful and tasty. Thy Self Co Yarraville No tour of the best healthy Melbourne cafes would be complete without a nod to the west. Choose from the Be Kind, Be Loving, Be Awakened or Be Strong smoothies… but whatever you do, check out Heal. The barstools were painted a custom lacquer shade of green.
Cofounders Tom Davidson and Jacob Burke turned to interior designers and former partners in the Melbourne-based Studio You Me to transform the raw industrial space, with its exposed brickwork, arched steel windows, and soaring ceilings, into an intimate dining spot. A little walk past the front gate brought us to a long and narrow space, with an open kitchen occupying much of it. Icon - Zoom Out Used to indicate a zoom out action on a map. Nestled in Richmond, Patch has become the destination for the booming wave of health conscious urbanites. Icon - Dropdown Arrow Used to indicate a dropdown. Icon - Message The icon we use to represent an email action. Icon - Close Used to indicate a close action.