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October 10, 2018

Hardware Societe – Cafe Review

118 to 120 and 123
Hardware St,
Melbourne VIC

The list is now getting quite complicated in Melbourne when you punch into your review platform looking for a great breakfast. Hardware Societe kept coming up as Melbourne’s top breakfast spot. So, there was only one way to find out what all this hype was about and why Hardware Societe, located in Hardware Lane, was packed at 8am on a Monday morning, while businesses around them were near empty. I knew that my hunch was right when I had to wait for a good seat. The breakfast menu was very impressive, having a good range of choices from healthy fruit to indulgent. My choice of the pork belly with potato croquettes and soft poached eggs was a wise one, as the presentation and taste was of top restaurant quality. The beverage cup-ware was bright and colourful, with the Padre coffee well made by a happy barista. My fellow diner chose a hot chocolate to complement their French toast, which came out in an individual pouring jug to pour the hot chocolate mixture over a warm marshmallow. Each meal that was served around me was elegantly garnished, again taking this food service up to restaurant quality. Hardware Societe will definitely be on my fab list and I’m sure I will be a returning customer.

by Sean Edwards





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