Great spot to take in a Melbourne morning. Great coffee and omelette. Watch the locals go to work whilst kicking back enjoying this great location. Fast and great staff too.
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My boyfriend and I experienced an amazing breakfast at the quarter accompanied by a spicy Bloody Mary and a wonderful "big hug". The staff were amazing, the beautiful waitress with the curly (sorry I didn't catch her name) was brilliant, so warm and friendly as...More
My boyfriend, his family and myself we're pleasantly surprised with hidden gem. We had breakfast here and it did not disappoint. The scrambled egg special was amazing. The perfect balance of creamy eggs, chives and chillies, all on top of a beautiful tortilla. The hot...More
This place is delightful. Very cute and Parisian in style. The brunch menu, served til 11.45 mid-week, was fantastic. So hard to decide as it all looked good. Lots of gluten free and some vegan options too. The coffees are the best I've had. Only...More
Dined here with 2 others, we only ordered a Pinot Noir and 3 mains that were all superb. A nice creative selection of dishes from contemporary Australian, Moroccan and Italian. Food was fresh and nicely presented and for our moderate ordering costed us 3 $44...More
Okay, staff nice, but nothing out of the ordinary. Standard menu, though nice food. Basically a tourist trap on Degraves St.
My daughter celebrated her 15th birthday at The Quarter and had a wonderful night with her friends thanks in part to the attention and great service of Alan and his staff...we enjoyed a fantastic night. Food was great all round. Thank you Alan! We'll certainly...More
Many places to choice from but this stood out. The brekkie was great and not too big and overwhelming but quality. Fresh orange juice was delicious. Decided to have coffee after brekkie abd while there notice huge take away business for coffee and thought it...More
If you are looking for a great Melbourne laneway cafe experience. This one of the ones to go to. A quirky place that could have been a small room in your nana's house stuffed with books and gathering dust but that added to the whole...More