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Breakfast at Mixed Business

Submitted by on March 24, 2009 – 9:10 amOne Comment

Intro: Saturday morning weariness healed by Mixed Business

 

Details: 486 Queens Pde, Clifton Hill, 03 9486 1606

 

Surroundings: A quirky cafe fitted out with nostalgic signs like Hot dimsims, no fuss wooden chairs and tables, white walls (one black feature wall), a door that doesn’t shut properly, menu on chalkboard, bright atmosphere. Alluring both the art and bohemian crowds.

 

Liquid consumption: The coffee here is amazing. However, I’d expect that since its one of the few in Melbourne to use St Ali coffee, made at the South Melbourne coffee house of the same name. The Chai Latte was also great (as below) complete with all accessories served with soy milk- creamy indeed with the cinnamon pleasantly dominant.

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Main: Menu items were definitely unique and classic from corned beef, Dijon mustard, relish, Swiss cheese and rocket to my favourite a banana served caramelised on a toasted brioche with nutmeg, pecans and yoghurt. The sweetness of the sticky caramelised banana was neutralised with the unsweetened yoghurt- making this a perfect combination.

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Dessert: I think my sweet tooth was satisfied enough

 

Bring a date here? Perfect for a breakfast date, the place itself would give you something to talk about and break up the awkwardness

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Service: Welcoming, friendly and informative.

 

$$$: 35

Food Rehab Verdict: Sent me to food rehab (book this place now! Wowzer) – Greenlight

 

Times revisited: 0

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