Trei Cafe Location: 232 Blackburn Rd, Glen Waverley VIC 3150 Phone: (03) 9802 0960 Disclaimer: Sponsored article T & I popped into a local that is always packed. Trei cafe’s rather Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde menu personality dismisses any banality from breakfast. Be it pre-gym boost, post decadent night cleanse or early feast there’s a wild selection for the healthy and the luxurious alike.
Mocha Jo’s Burger Bar Location: 87 Kingsway, Glen Waverley, Melbourne, 3150 Disclaimer: Sponsored article With T & I living up the round, the Kingsway strip in Glen Waverley is like a local oasis, a sneaky sojourn when I simply can’t be bothered cooking. The existing Mocha Jo’s now has a separate burger bar serving up American style fair, complete with screens and heaters for those chilly winter months.
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Max Brenner Chocolate Bar Various Locations The Max Brenner chain is now invading Melbourne, but the offering is reliable and a go to for a late night chocolate fix. The coconut hot chocolate and the milk hot chocolate with waffle balls are definitely my favourites here – the coconut flavour is so intense and smooth, and the waffle balls melt in your mouth. Chocolate heaven for all you chocolate lovers out there looking for a bit of a twist.
Shira Nui Location: 247 Springvale Rd, Glen Waverley, VIC Contact: 03 9886 7755 We’re not quite sure what we feel about Shira Nui, mainly because the service, when we attended, was appalling.
I really wanted to like Paradise Road. The cheerful Thai restaurant, nestled in the heart of Glen Waverley, is rather picturesque – artworks bearing buddhas and monks are spotted throughout the eatery, with large, bowl-shaped mellow lamps dangling from the ceiling.
Since its opening in 2012, The Black Toro has been a hive of activity. Offering a higher level of dining on the already bustling Kingsway strip, even only a mere year after opening its doors The Black Toro is still packed to the brim with customers on a cold night.