Really new and really well designed, this cafe is nestled amongst a stretch of shops along Glenhuntly Rd, just before the Kooyong intersection. Next door are older shop fronts which stoically remained shut on a Sunday.
It's definitely the new kid on the block, but it is in a good location, and has already built up a following. It's strategically located in the middle of a high dense residential area, and just beyond the hectic stretch of Glenhuntly Rd, which means that there is ample street parking nearby. Otherwise, there is always the trusty tram route 67 which stops almost at its doorstep.
Inside, the cafe has been decorated in a pretty cool kind of way with plenty of white space to showcase a bold clash between black and blue, bolstered the slightly edgy copper / bronze feature pieces.
I was quite taken with the menu, and especially the drinks. So much that I ordered three different drinks to make up my 3-course liquid breakfast. The cold brew with its mild flavours was refreshing and palate cleansing. I liked the addition of ice cubes, and relished the fact that refills were free. I counted the denser acai berry smoothie as my main, with its plethora of nutritious ingredients and sweet undertones. Finally, I had to have a Mork hot chocolate as my dessert. After I first tasted them, I vowed to myself that I would always order a cup if I saw them on the menu. The rationale behind this being that it is too dangerous to stock this in my home pantry thus I should reward myself whenever I get the chance.