Opening up a cafe in Melbourne is certainly no mean feat. Melburnians take their coffee more seriously than anyone else in the world, and it’s the same when it comes to cafe-style fare. So when a spot does open up, in Brunswick West no less, and then wins several awards in only a few short years, Melbourne foodies flock there like nothing else. And this is exactly what happened at Lolo & Wren. This chic, artisan cafe serves modern Australian cafe cuisine with a slight European twist alongside 5 senses coffee, brewed to absolute perfection. This Albion Street spot is one of the best in the city of that we are absolutely certain.
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Big portions, delicious Croque Monsieur. Spanish omellete and Brunswick Brekky were other must tries. Coffee was outstanding
I absolutely love coming here. The baked eggs were the best I have ever tasted. Coffee is lovely and would like to try the mork hot chocolate next time.
Lolo & Wren is one of Melbourne’s best and brightest spots for breakfast, brunch and lunch. With a prime spot in Brunswick West, the team here know what they’re doing when it comes to brewing coffee and serving unique and interesting cafe-style Australian dishes. Lolo & Wren is truly everything you could wish for in a neighbourhood cafe: cosy and stylish and a plethora of delicious dishes from locally sourced produce. In fact, Lolo & Wren is so committed to local and organic produce that it even has some grown especially for the cafe on Fenton Farm. With rustic wooden furniture and decor made from repurposed materials, Melbourne’s Lolo & Wren feels somewhere between a country cottage and a hip, inner-city coffee shop, and on the menu you’ll find everything from breakfast dishes like the Brunswick breakfast with bacon, baked field mushrooms, fennel sausages and hay-smoked roma tomatoes, with herb pesto and organic eggs and sourdough to southern fried soft shell crab served on a sesame seed bun. Located on Albion Street in Brunswick West, Lolo & Wren is popular for a very good reason, so be sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment.