Fifty Acres, Richmond

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MELBOURNE | Fifty Acres Richmond is located towards the city end of Bridge Road and offers and enticing stop off for those looking for a pre or post game feed, or just a feed in general. It’s all about simplicity here, with owner Nick Nick Gaoutsos going for a fitout that’s both industrial and welcoming.

The food here is seasonal, with ingredients fresh and local. The menu, which contains all day breakfast and a few lunch options, might be focused but that doesn’t mean choosing what to eat is any easier. When we visited we went for the chorizo scotch eggs with avocado, manchego, spinach & seeded mustard mayo. An interesting twist on the classic scotch eggs which worked very well in unison, the key being to get a bit of everything in each bite for a textural and flavour medley. The theme of twists on classic is present throughout the menu, be it pumpkin pancakes with candied walnuts or citrus cured salmon on rye bagel with smashed peas.

Coffee beans come from Duke’s Coffee Roasters and is available black, white or filter (V60). We had a flat white and a V60 and both were spot on. Tea comes from Storm In A Teacup and there’s also a few juices on offer.

Service is friendly and attentive and, combined with the unpretentious atmosphere and tasty food and coffee, makes Fifty Acres a spot worth visiting.

Fifty Acres Richmond

65 Bridge Road
Richmond
Victoria 3121
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9421 0296
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.fiftyacres.net.au/

Open
Mon – Fri: 6:30am to 4:00pm
Sat: 7:00am to 4:00pm
Sun: 8:00am to 4:00pm

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