Little Garden Cafe, Ascot Vale

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MELBOURNE | Little Garden Cafe Ascot Vale is one of those cozy neighbourhood spots that open without any fanfare, choosing to focus on providing something for the locals that they feel is missing from the area. It started when owner Frank decided that it would be great to start a little cafe in the back of his girlfriend’s flower shop by converting an old 1974 Viscount caravan.

The caravan houses the kitchen and counter where you order, while the rest of the small place is dotted with recycled couches, tables, and chairs. It’s all purposefully mismatched in fitting in with the family friendly backyard garden vibe of the place, and goes well with the eco-friendly ethos of Little Garden Cafe.

Food wise the menu is very simple with an assortment of savoury and sweet organic sourdough jaffles on offer. For example the “Brekkie Jaffle” offers a classic combination of egg, thick cut ham, tasty cheese and smokey bbq sauce while the “Tandoori Chick” combines Tasty cheese with a heap of tandoori chicken and tomato/ capsicum relish.

Coffee is 100% organic rain forest alliance certified and there are a few interesting drinks to bring out the child in anyone – if you’re looking for something different try the “Rainbow Hippy”, a combination of Chai, Coffee, Marshmallows, Biscuits and Sprinkles.

Little Garden Cafe

Rear, 407 Mount Alexander Road
Ascot Vale
Melbourne 3032
Australia

Telephone: 0410 922 242
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Facebook

Open
Wed – Fri: 7:30am to 4:00pm
Sat – Sun: 8:00am to 2:00pm

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