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Serving modern Australian cuisine with attitude, Cafe Florentine is a legendary restaurant situated in the heart of Brighton. Utilising sustainable produce whenever possible and making sure that each and every dish is made with the very freshest ingredients, Cafe Florentine has been a legend in Brighton since its establishment in 1989. Found on Church Street, this popular restaurant just outside of Melbourne is worth trekking out to.
Great service and lovely friendly staff delicious food and the restaurant had a lovely warm feel about it. Highly recommend you to eat here and enjoy the warm atmosphere.
Great friendly service. Good coffee, consistently good food. A regular haunt that is a well frequented by a wide range of people. Highly recommended and will be back
Really enjoyed breakfast on Mother's Day. Lots of people and really tasty well cooked options. Good welcome and pleasantly warm inside and out. Would certainly recommend Cafe Florentine.
A comfortable cafe by day and a sleek restaurant by night, Cafe Florentine is raising the bar for modern Australian cuisine in Melbourne. An institution on Brighton’s Church Street, Cafe Florentine offers diners an out-of-the-ordinary dining experience that’s unlike anything else in the city. Head chef James Adams is a master in the kitchen, and settles for nothing less than excellence – chances are, you’ll see him buzzing around the dining room conversing with guests and taking feedback on his creations.
The menu at Cafe Florentine is lengthy and full of gourmet options. For lunch, we recommend the asparagus puff pastry tart, the duck liver parfait, the braised lamb shoulder or the house-made three cheese gnocchi. At dinnertime, you can’t go wrong with the charcuterie board or the mussels in basil butter sauce before diving into mains such as the pork belly, the 250g Black Angus eye fillet, the veal schnitzel or the ravioli filled with creamy pumpkin and ricotta. Cafe Florentine’s desserts are amazing – make sure to sample the tiramisu with chocolate chips, mascarpone & espresso for a sweet finish to your meal at this Brighton favourite, just outside of Melbourne proper.