A very nice, quite and cosy spot to enjoy an enjoyable brunch with the one you love. The scenery of the bush, the warmth of the fire place, added to the wonderful atmosphere that we enjoyed.
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Gorgeous little cottage serving great coffee and solid breakfast menu. The bacon & egg roll is huge and served on the yummiest crusty roll. Good bacon full of flavour. Warm relaxed atmosphere. Friendly welcoming staff made us feel right at home.
I wanted to take the kids back to the Dandenong Ranges for Devonshire Tea but the last few times I'd gone the venues had been really hit and miss. I googled 'Brunch' and the reviews were all good. The actual experience was even better. The...More
We had first visited Brunch as we had a Good Food Voucher to use, and happened to be in the mountains. When we had first arrived, it appeared to be a little cottage tucked away. Once you get inside the restaurant, there is a beautiful...More
Great coffee and huge variety of food options. From traditional to nouveau cuisine in a the rustic querky environs in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges. A lovely brunch at Brunch.
we have been there a couple of times, the service is good, the food is very nice but the prices are a little over the top.
We initially entered because of the second hand bookstore $4 HB, $2 PB which proved to be quite extensive and unique in the Dandenongs. The Food was an added bonus, Beef burgundy casserole, Ham, Brie & Cranberry baguette both tasty & satisfying. The place good...More
Stopped for a quick bite and a coffee. Had avo on toast with Persian feta and poached eggs with dukkah which was delicious- really nice flavour combos with grilled Mediterranean veges as a side. Coffee was so smooth and delicious - their own Colombian blend....More