Brunch & Bubble Tea: New To Liven Melbourne!

Boy oh boy, we've got a mad line up for you this week. New to Liven is two of Melbourne's favourite brunch spots, as well as a bubble tea empire you already know and love.

Add these to your list of favourites; we've got a feeling you'll love them.


Tall Timber

60 Commercial Rd, Prahran
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Rustic • Breakfast • Coffee

What comes to mind when you think of a Melbourne cafe? White brick walls, sleek timber benches, greenery, wooden boxes... Tall Tinder do all that and more. They're known for their generous and versatile food menu (it's egg-cellent) and longgg drink menu. Freshly squeezed juices and packed smoothies perfectly accompany their brekkie and lunch options. Their Insta feed is part glorious food and part glorious doggos that visit. Heaven.

You should try... the Eggs Benny with smoked ham hock terrine, champagne poached apple and poached eggs topped with apple cider hollandaise and maple bacon crumb.


Sharetea

Carnegie | Hawthorn | CBD | Springvale | Westfield Doncaster | Eastland Shopping Centre | Highpoint Shopping Centre | Box Hill Shopping Centre | Clayton
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Bubble Tea • Worldwide • Fresh

Sharing is caring, right? But it makes it awfully hard when Sharetea is just so damn tasty. With over 450 stores worldwide, this is bubble tea worth talking about. Dating back to 1992 in Taiwan, they've made a commitment to brewing fresh tea. Sharetea even test their tea leaves and selected ingredients are shipped from Taiwan – that's authentici-tea. It's not just about milk tea here, there's fruit tea, brewed tea, fresh tea and more. Plus, their Carnegie and Hawthorn locations are new on Liven!

You should try... the mango and passionfruit green tea or the strawberry black tea.


Bawa Cafe

248 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn
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Interior • Greenery • Cafe

Bawa chicka wow wow. That's our first impression of Bawa Cafe. And also that it's like a jungle oasis. It's fitting that the cafe is named after Geoffrey Bawa – a Sri Lankan architect who was behind the design style 'tropical modernism'. The open and leafy interior of Bawa creates a zen escape from the hustle and bustle of the outside world. Pair that with the jungle prints lining the walls and the light filtering through the large windows – it'll transport you straight into another world. Bawa Cafe is from the team behind Tall Timber and Friends of Mine, so you know the food will be top notch.

You should try... the Salmon Gravlax. It has poached eggs, smashed peas, beetroot relish, marinated feta, croutons with a dill and caper dressing.


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