Making life better is the concept behind Melbourne’s New Leaf Cafe, where guests from all walks of life are welcomed with open arms. Established with the purpose of strengthening the local community through creative outreach and excellent food, while at the same time providing a safe space for families, outsiders, and those looking to start anew, the cafe on Woods Street is committed to making a difference in the lives of Newport residents. Open for lunch and dinner from Monday to Saturday, New Leaf Cafe is a caring alternative.
A popular choice among busy parents and their children, New Leaf Cafe on Newport’s Wood Street provides a hospitable environment where guests are greeted with positivity and kindness. Lovingly decorated throughout, this Melbourne cafe is casual with modern touches and chic lighting. Featuring a separate dining area complete with a jumping castle, toys, and even an outdoor play area, New Leaf encourages diners to bring along the little ones for a hearty breakfast and plenty of good clean fun.
In addition to providing a space for personal development, Melbourne’s New Leaf Cafe also offers contemporary Australian cuisine alongside excellent pasta dishes, high-quality coffee and plenty of options for the kiddies. Did we mention the all-day breakfast? Go for the decadent French toast with maple syrup, or opt for a big breakfast complete with sausages, eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, fried tomato, baked beans, mushrooms and sourdough breads. The burgers are also excellent, and include beef and chicken schnitzel varieties. You’re invited to turn over a new leaf at this humble Newport cafe, but make sure to reserve a table ahead of time!
First time visit and will definately be back. Friendly staff, lovely food and more importantly kids had a ball in both internal and external play area. Look forward to our next visit.
I went with a group of friends, and our toddlers. Everybody loved their food, the kids were happy, and the service was friendly and helpful.
This is a Fantastic little cafe excellent value for money and lovely staff. It is easy to miss given it is not in a strip of shops but well worth finding