Nothing makes a good Sunday without a decent Brunch date included, it should become a obligatory rule for every weekend without question.
Seriously I literally love nothing more than waking up nice and early, throwing on some workout clothes and skipping breezily past someone doing the walk of shame and then just walking around the Botanical Gardens or along the beach until my stomachs growling like a feral animal and it’s time to feast.
Sounds pretty perfect right? If anythings going to put you in a good mood for the day I think this has to be it and just think by the time you’ve exercised and eaten most people haven’t even managed to crawl out of bed. So you can feel nice and smug as you consider making Tall Timber you’re next Melbourne breakfast spot…
This little cafe kept popping up all over the place until we finally decided it was a sign and since we’d only heard good things it would be silly not to see what it had to offer. It’s pretty small compared to most places and yes it does have the same ‘look’ that every new cafe seems to have, another interior design of basic, industrial chic but it’s cute and if you manage to snag the table top in the window you’re in perfect people watching position.
Given that it actually was a hard decision for both of us on what to have then I’m going to definitely say it has a good and slightly different menu, we decided to leave the fate of our brunch in the hands of our server and tell us what to order, I went for the Sauteed Kale, Asparagus and Greens and Jonny the Beetroot Cured Ocean trout and we had two very empty plates and satisfied customers at the end so the girl did good. Plus Jonny rated the coffee highly and since we know what a flat white snob that guy is, then thats praise indeed.
So all we can say is definitely drop by this place and check it out, the portion size alone is incentive enough to visit, unlike some ‘stingy’ places you won’t leave here still hungry.
Another successful Sunday completed. What’s your Sunday routines?
Find Tall Timber here –
60 Commercial Road,