Ceiling light at a cafe in Hampton. I haven’t the foggiest on what the name of the cafe was, so I can’t give my usual link or review. I went for a tour down to Hampton with a friend to find some op shop bargains. The only person in our family who scored anything from the outing was Amelia.
Back to the photo… the light has a beautiful art-deco feel doesn’t it.
Yummy lunch with manzel and his mother in Richmond today at the very popular Pillar of Salt. Great food, excellent coffee with friendly top-notch service. Will definitely go again.
This is the outside of the fun Windsor cafe/bar Tyranny Of Distance which is a converted petrol station. The green wall caught my eye today as we went for a late afternoon walk to catch the last of the winter sun.
There is a sweet little deli around the corner from our place. Windsor Deli is run by Alan and Kat you can always be guaranteed good coffee and a smile by them and their staff.
Amelia and I sat inside today to avoid the rain while I enjoyed my morning coffee.
Manzel, Amelia and I checked out the new-ish Vietnamese cafe/bar Hanoi Hannah on High St. It was the perfect way to spend the warmest winter day we’ve had this season.
I chowed down on a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup – a fresh beef pho – and topped that off with the juice of a young coconut. Yum!
Today we tried the coffee at the acclaimed Batch espresso on Carlisle St. We’ll have to go back for breakfast, it’s often named one of Melbourne’s best breakfasts.
The side wall of Orange cafe in Duke st had a major facelift this week with several street artists using the wall as their canvas.
This trapeze (unless anyone has another suggestion?) artist hangs gracefully from one of the pipes protruding from the wall. It’s a very clever piece.