Good Times Milk Bar, Bentleigh

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MELBOURNE | Suburban hotspot Good Times Milk Bar in Bentleigh is inspired by 80’s nostalgia with their retro themed interior and milk bar schoolyard favourites. Amongst the pastel coloured décor, the corner shop café offers a delicious all day breakfast menu (vital for Melbournian brunches), a juicy burger menu with all the sides, and a dog friendly courtyard making it a space suitable for family and furry friends.

The spacious diner is brightly lit with natural light projecting through the glass shop front windows. Wooden picnic bench booths line the walls of the café with pastel blue tabletops and summery pop art inspired posters hanging on the walls. Splashes of greenery from pot plants dotted in corners and hanging from the ceiling gives the café an upbeat feel. A decorative highlight is the speckled countertop bursting with pops of pink and blue tiles, complimenting the colourful colour scheme and giving the diners a view of the open kitchen peeking through behind the counter.

Good Times serve up classic breakfasts with a twist – the presentation of dishes is unique and makes for an exciting dining experience. For instance their very Instagramable dipping eggs are served in an egg carton, with each compartment filled with a different topping, making each mouthful taste different. Complementary to the oozy egg yolks are avocado cream, a smooth light texture with a citrus tang to it, followed by a chunky sweet tomato relish with a vinegary kick. Once you dip your cheesy toasted bread soldiers in your eggs it’s like an assembly line where you continue to dip your bread in the various toppings.

The menu selection is broad, giving diners plenty of options from burgers to sandwiches, salads to soups and more. The Mexican inspired chicken poblano taco is a delight. Juicy pulled chicken fills a toasted tortilla shell and is contrasted with crispy cabbage, topped with soft avocado cream and drizzled with lime. It’s a simple combination of flavours that tastes incredibly fresh, which goes to show that a simple balance of flavours makes for an incredibly satisfying dish.

What’s a milk bar without milkshakes? The original milkshakes are all here – think classic vanilla, chocolate and strawberry, but the special menu gives you the exciting options of Golden Gay Time, Oreo or peanut butter and chocolate. Surprisingly for such loud flavours the milkshakes are creamy and light, not super thick at all making them sweet and refreshing. Biscuit crumb pieces served on top of the milkshakes add a nice crunch against the liquid gold which is a must try for kids and adults.

Good Times covers all the bases with menu options to cater for everyone’s mood. It’s a family friendly environment with upbeat music filling the energetic atmosphere and a big bonus in being dog friendly. The retro inspired interior with pops of pastel colours creates a nostalgic feel for adults giving them the opportunity to reminisce about their childhood and enjoy quality hospitality. Excuse the pun, but if you come here for a feed, you’re sure to have a good time.

Good Times Milk Bar

83 Tucker Road
Bentleigh
Victoria 3204
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9557 4868
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Wed: 7:00am to 4:00pm
Thu – Fri: 7:00am to 9:00pm
Sat – Sun: 7:30am to 9:00pm

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Celeste is a Melbourne native who has a deep passion for art and live entertainment. She is currently completing her final year of her Journalism degree at Monash University with hopes of becoming a lifestyle writer. She aims to inspire people to immerse themselves into new cultures or to simply try something new. Her extrovert personality sparks her love of listening to people and hearing their experiences furthering her appreciation for feature writing and storytelling. When Celeste isn’t writing she is either painting, singing, reading Harry Potter, attending art exhibitions or exploring Melbourne’s nightlife.

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