100 dating cafes
An Oreo cookie is vegan, but it's not plant-based …) and even entire vegan menus have brought us "clean eating" at the likes of Power Plant Cafe (Templestowe), Matcha Mylkbar (St Kilda) and Serotonin Eatery in Richmond.
We are lining up the non-coffee nut-milk lattes in a rainbow of colours and flavours from mushroom-earthy to turmeric-bright, but the real coffee action is not in wellness drinks.
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Wide Open Road Probably Melbourne's coolest, hippest or grooviest coffeehouse (you choose).
Co-owner Hootan Heydari labours out back roasting the signature Bathysphere blend and a bunch of single origins for filter and espresso brews, while the kitchen lays it down with an inner-north take on cafe classics – and a fish-finger sandwich with smashed peas and seaweed tartare.
It sat alongside other super-tasty but not so "healthy" choices like eggs brulee (eggs soft-boiled, halved, sprinkled with sugar and blasted with a blowtorch) served with zucchini pickle, and the similarly sugared, torched and caramelised slice of pineapple that was part of chef Emma Jeffrey's dish North Shore (a hash of ham hock, potato and chicken mousse served with two poached eggs, a jalapeno "popper" and said torched pineapple).
The burger – South Australian rock lobster in a yeast-based doughnut from 5 & Dime Bagels dusted with salt, pepper, cinnamon and sugar and loaded with a tasty, tangy and very messy green mango and papaya coleslaw – featured at Mammoth in Armadale.