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Sunday Brunch 5.0 – Little Big Sugar Salt

Cafe: Little Big Sugar Salt review = yes.  This place caught my eye via instagram pictures people posted. I became aware of two things: the power of social media, and my absolute desire to go here for brunch.  

I haven’t had brunch for a very long time and was so looking foward to coming here. 
I packed my camera, laptop, and friend into my bag (she didn’t fit) and we spent a gloomy monday morning sitting in the window sil eating, chatting, watching people, drinking coffee and smelling the delicious meals cooking behind us. 

little big sugar salt cafe review


I had the Freekakes which were like corn cakes minus the corn and add some Freekeh (Farro), grated sweet potato and currants. They were sitting on a bed of wilted kale and cashew cream with 2 perfectly fried eggs and some chilli jam. This one gets a tick. Actually, two ticks for the cashew cream. 

little big sugar salt cafe review

Shauna ordered the GF*HM (actual name!) which were gf almond berry pancakes with coconut ice-cream, date syrup and fruit. Again, a delicious dish. I also ordered an almond milk latte and I loved it. 

little big sugar salt cafe review


We actually had a really hard time choosing our meals. Shauna was tempted by honey puffs because she’s a sweetie (aw yeah) and I, because the other dish I wanted was called DR RON SWANSON. HOW COULD I NOT? 

The staff were oh so friendly and we actually sat there chatting on and off for a few hours. They didn’t mind us sitting there stealing their wifi and were very welcoming and accommodating. 

little big sugar salt cafe review


There were two back rooms with large tables and some smaller ones, so if you have a group of people wanting a delicious brunch get there early to secure the big table!

Have you been to LBSS or have any other cafe’s  around Melburne you would recommend I visit? 

385 Victoria St, Abbottsford VIC 3067 –  Bec x 

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  • Reply Dancing Through Sunday September 18, 2014 at 9:06 pm

    Hi April, I went to Minanoe and loved it! It’s just down the road from my house. I loved it! Thanks for the suggestion. x

  • Reply Dancing Through Sunday August 20, 2014 at 10:40 pm

    The menu does sort of warm you up to making the right decision, it asks you if you’re after something Sweet or Salty, then Big or small and theres only one option in each category. Its very fun!

  • Reply Katie August 20, 2014 at 10:38 pm

    Ah the Freekakes look delish, I’ll have to try them! Then again so do the pancakes…

  • Reply Dancing Through Sunday August 18, 2014 at 8:24 am

    It was indeed.. too yummy, now I’m thinking about it again.

  • Reply Dancing Through Sunday August 18, 2014 at 8:24 am

    I will of course, America is on my travel list. I heard about this stuff in Texas.. I forgot what it’s called now.. umm its a tex mex kind of food and its like the melted cheese/salsa stuff you put on chips and everything? YUM.

  • Reply Dancing Through Sunday August 18, 2014 at 8:23 am

    Ooooo I had a coffee once at Minanoe but didn’t eat. The cakes cabinet looked unreal. Thanks for reminding me April – I will go there!

  • Reply DangBat Industries August 17, 2014 at 1:04 pm

    yum! good looking food!!

  • Reply Nancy @ Neatly-Packaged August 17, 2014 at 3:23 am

    Loving the breakfast photos! And you at the computer (cute!) 🙂 I haven’t been to Melbourne so I don’t have anything to recommend. But if you head to Texas, let me know 😉

  • Reply april August 16, 2014 at 7:38 pm

    Definitely try Minanoe (on peel st, collingwood) or Cibi (down the road on keele st) the most delicious hearty/healthy home cooked style japanese food. As well as being set in the most beautiful converted warehouses. Both places are run by the same family.

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