The Foodstore Cafe, Hawthorn

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MELBOURNE | I was recently invited to The Foodstore Cafe in Hawthorn for a midweek breakfast, and location convenience on the day meant I was happy to break my no eating out for breakfast during the week rule.

The Foodstore Cafe focuses on no nonsense versions of Melbourne cafe classics, and judging by the constant stream of regulars being greeted by owner Ahmad Hawli, it’s very popular with locals.

Shakshouka is one of my weaknesses and I find it hard not to order it when I see it on a breakfast menu. The version here combines baked eggs with a spicy tomato and capsicum sugo, cava beans, crispy kale, sujuk, and lime tahini yoghurt. Served with multi grain toast, it’s a filling, tasty way to start the day. Also tasty are the corn and pumpkin fritters. They’re topped with fennel and zucchini slaw, a poached egg, beetroot puree, and the same zesty lime tahini yoghurt that’s found in the shakshouka.

The fresh and light fruit smoothies are also well worth trying, and the house blend coffee by Veneziano Coffee Roasters is a good one.

The Foodstore Cafe

464 Auburn Road
Hawthorn
Victoria 3122
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9819 3835
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 6:00am to 3:00pm
Sat: 7:00am to 2:00pm

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