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On Flinders Lane in Melbourne, Cafe Bar Mile has been raising the bar, offering creative breakfast options that won’t break the bank. There’s much to be said about the wholesome modern Australian cuisine on offer here, and it’s a huge hit thanks in part to the kitchen’s willingness to cater to dietary needs. The cafe’s location couldn’t be better – it’s in a Heritage-listed building found right in the heart of the CBD, just a hop, skip and a jump from Flinders Street station – and it even features outside seating in Bligh Place. Owing to its popularity, booking ahead is advised.
The food was ecxellent. Staff were remarkably friendly and attentive, bringing water without being asked. A nice surprise in the CBD. You'll see me again. Well done!
Great place, great food. Value for money and quiet environment. Definitely recommend cafe mile for work lunches, casual get together or just a quiet meal.
Fantastic Coffee, great food. My go to location on flinders lane. Good ambiance as well. I will go back to cafe mile again for sure.
The perfect everyday cafe on the corner of Flinders Lane and Bligh Place, Cafe Bar Mile in Melbourne’s CBD is an excellent option for breakfast, lunch or a hot drink in the city centre. Open from early in the morning until the early evening, with extended hours on Fridays, this local hotspot features friendly table service and provides a relaxed setting for any dining occasion. The clean, nature-inspired atmosphere and the 25-foot ceilings make the restaurant all the more inviting for busy workers looking for an oasis of calm and relaxation right in the CBD.
For a satisfying breakfast in the CBD, Cafe Bar Mile offers diners everything from homemade muffins to big breakfast spreads with all the fixings. Try the corn fritters served alongside smashed avocado, poached eggs and a tasty basil salsa verde, or go for the baked eggs, two eggs baked with spicy beans, slow-cooked pork shoulder, dukkah, salsa verde and sourdough toast. Wash it all down with a mocha – Melbourne’s Cafe Bar Mile is known to make this chocolatey drink particularly well. And Cafe Bar Mile is fully licensed, so you can feel free to order up a pint of beer or glass of wine to pair with your meal.