If last year The Age Good Food Month is any indication for this year, there is no doubt it’s going to be even bigger. Last year saw the introduction of the Night Noodle Markets – which in our opinion – felt a bit more like a music festival than a foodie event. It was a great setting for a spring evening of eating and drinking for a large group of friends or families.

In its second year for Melbourne, the month long festival is jammed packed with various food and drink events. At Brunch Addict HQ, we were very excited to see the selection of brunch events that are taking place throughout the month of November.

Breakfast Club

While there is an endless selection of lunch and dinners to choose from in this years’ official program, let’s not forget that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. #Breakfastclub offers a number of quality brunch destinations which have been specially developed for the event. There are a number of locations around Melbourne where you can sink your teeth into an exciting brunch meal deal including coffee or tea [$20].

Participating Cafes:

North
Auction Rooms – North Melbourne

South
Brighton Schoolhouse – Brighton
Young Uncles – Dandenong
The Ormond Provedore – Ormond
St Ali – South Melbourne

East
Little Big Sugar Salt – Abbotsford
Mr Hendricks Café – Balwyn
Doug’s Porridge – Richmond
Richmond Hill Café & Larder – Richmond Hill

CBD
Cecconi’s – Melbourne
Long Shot Coffee – Melbourne
Mister Close – Melbourne

West
Duchess of Spotswood – Spotswood

The important stuff

The Breakfast Club runs throughout the month of November. The offer is only applicable on weekdays.
Price: $20
When: Throughout the month of November (except weekends)
More information can be found here.

Vietnamese Brunch

Brunch isn’t just about avocado, poached eggs and sourdough bread. Tan Lec Vien in Springvale is offering a Vietnamese brunch that is sure to surprise the tastebuds. Try either diced beef or chicken fillets with eggs and Vietnamese salad, served on a sizzling plate [$15]. This offer is only available on Saturday and includes a Vietnamese iced coffee.

The important stuff

Price: $15
Location: Shop 2, 310 Springvale Road Springvale
When: Saturday (8th, 15th, 22th of November) 10:00am – 5:00pm
More information can be found here.

A Mediterranean Brunch

Yotam Ottolenghi is a man with many talents; writer, chef, TV personality and deli/restaurateur. His style of cooking and writing is engaging, vibrant and exceptionally easy to follow. Let’s not forget, he was responsible for making vegetables sexy! The high attention to detail that Yotam brings to his restaurants while cooking and constructing recipes (with his right hand man, Sami Tamimi) is an inspiration for any person who loves food.

Sunday 2nd November, Yotam Ottolenghi will appear at a once-off collaborative brunch. Joining Yotam is Karen Martini (Epicure Good Food and Better Homes and Gardens) and Shane Delia (Maha and SBS TV series, Spice Journey) who have designed a unique Middle Eastern / Mediterranean shared menu. This once in a life-time brunch is only available for 400 ticket holders [$180 – Including Yotam’s new book – Plenty More / $150 without the book] who will meet and hear from the special guests.

The important stuff

Price: $180 includes a copy of Plenty More; limited tickets without book $150
Location: Aerial by food & desire, South Wharf
When: Sunday 2 November, 10am – 12pm.
This event is a share table / share meal experience.
More information can be found here.

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