|We love food so needless to say, when we have
the opportunity to go out for brunch, we always try to find
a new place. In Melbourne, it isn't so easy to exhaust your
options even if you want to. Cumulus Inc. is heavily
reviewed and very popular for both breakfast and dinner. We
came here brunch and only had to wait about 20 minutes (not
very much considering most popular places in town will
require a bit of a queuing time). The restaurant is well lit
We had the Cumulus breakfast which offered a boiled egg, toast, preserves, and yoghurt. We also had the smoked salmon on buckwheat waffle. The salmon was delicious and was easily the highlight of our meal. The coffee was not bad as well. The food was good and simple. It is refreshing to find a brunch place that does not try to do too much. But we both thought the food was just that... good. It wasn't outstanding but it was ok. It may have been all the hype from hearing others rave about this place. Anyway, would we come back? Definitely will one day. Afterall this is one of the better brunch options in the city.
Les Petites Choses
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|Melbourne is filled with great restaurants and since we moved to this city, I think we have barely scratched the surface of all the good eats this city has to offer. A great space with loads of light and limited space - and of course, great food. The dishes are meant to be shared with others so it was perfect that we had four of us there.|
Pretty well everything we had was delicious including the
oysters (simply done, just the way we like it and fresh
too). The slow roasted red cabbage sounded interesting and
it was different from any veggie plate we have ever had. We
finished with three entrees including the charred pork loin,
slow roasted lamb shoulder, and the red snapper. The lamb
shoulder is huge but well worth it. It was fatty, tender,
and perfectly seasoned.
It was a great dinner and a great way to kick off the weekend.
The Town Mouse
312 Drummond Street, Carlton