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Shop 5, 23 Koornang Road, Carnegie, Victoria

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  • 03 9572 4605
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If good coffee, a sunny corner position hugging the rail line and funky industrial furniture aren’t temptation enough, three words on the sandwich board outside might seal the deal: pulled-pork brioche. Tender meat basted in sticky, home-made barbecue sauce and packed inside a seeded bun with just the right amount of mayonnaise is the ultimate in sweet surrender lunches. Those treading a healthier path might choose a roast chicken salad with smashed avocado. They do love the green stuff here, serving it three ways for breakfast on toasted ciabatta. At night, live music and tapas take over, and there is Fat Yak beer on tap.

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Shop 5, 23 Koornang Road, Carnegie, Victoria

  • 03 9572 4605
  • Prices - Breakfasts $14 Lunches $16
  • Features - Vegetarian friendly, Gluten-free options, Licensed
  • Cards accepted - EFTPOS, AMEX, Mastercard, Visa
  • Opening Hours - Mon-Wed 7am-4pm, Thurs 7am-11pm, Fri 7am-midnight, Sat 8am-midnight, Sun 8am-9pm
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