Three Bags Full Cafe

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Three Bags Full Cafe @ Abbotsford, Victoria.

 iEAT – a new addition to I Sign. I Wander. is finally here!

And…Three Bags Full Cafe has been chosen as the first foodie review on ISIW. Yay!

My friend Megan asked me to meet her there for brunch this morning, as we had originally planned to go to another cafe in Richmond but it was shut today. It’s one of her favourite cafes in Melbourne, and she swears by their breakfast menu.

It took me a while to get there from Burwood. I’m still yet to master Melbourne’s public transport system – it’s confusing at times!

Anyhow, I walked down Langridge Street after getting off the bus, and it was a rather lovely stroll and I loved the atmosphere. Abbotsford is an unique suburb, that’s for sure 🙂

There’s cute yellow tables made out of old road signs with yellow chairs outside the cafe – a very welcoming sight. I walked inside and found Megan. The room we were seated in was very spacious and warm, yet unique. I loved the wallpaper and the lights. Well, everything.

I loved the design of the menu, and there was so many options for breakfast! I settled on Vegie Breaky (AUD$18) and fresh watermelon & passionfruit juice (AUD$6.50).

The staff there are so warm and friendly, and their service was prompt. They understood our needs, and were too happy to converse via pen and paper or using iPhones.

We didn’t wait long for our meals to arrive – probably around 10-15 minutes?

I was instantly impressed with the juice and breakfast. DELICIOUS!

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I literally died and went to heaven. This was one of the best breakfasts thus far. Everything was so fresh, and I especially LOVED the juice!

I can see why Three Bags Full is one of Megan’s favourites – I’ll definitely be back here; their lunch menu looks amazeballs!!!

Three Bags Full

Cnr Nicholson & Mollison Street, Abbotsford VIC.

Monday – Friday: 7am until 4.30pm

Weekends & public holidays: 8am until 4.30pm

Peace out,

S x

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