Porgie & Mr Jones

291 Auburn Road, Hawthorn, Victoria

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Publication Desktop GFU30 AGE 2014

Nice place they’ve got, these two. With a choice of dining areas as varied as the menu, this homely yet high-brow Hawthorn cafe caters to all tastes. Dive into luscious smashed avocado with thyme buttered mushrooms and marinated feta for breakfast in the laid-back front space; lunch on succulent, lentil-flecked scallops in the white-tableclothed ‘good’ room; or lounge in one of two sunny courtyard areas with a tall drink and a long baguette – the one with poached ‘happy’ chicken slapped with celery and chive mayo could be the definition of mood food. Dinner’s good, too, but it’s not under $30.

 

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291 Auburn Road, Hawthorn, Victoria

  • Cuisine - Italian
  • Prices - Breakfasts $15 Lunches $17 Dinners $55 (2 courses) $70 (3 courses)
  • Features - Licensed, BYO
  • Cards accepted - Cash
  • Opening Hours - Mon-Fri 7.30am-4pm, Sat-Sun 8.30am-4pm, Fri-Sat 6.30-9pm
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