Where to order it: The PremisesThis warm and bustling Kensington café is crammed inside and out most mornings with locals taking advantage of The Premises' consistently excellent coffee and chef Bec Kaye's inventive brunch options. The 'bellair eggs' with felafel, hummus and cucumber and walnut tarator on Lebanese flat bread is consistently cited as one of Melbourne's best breakfasts, but Time Out Melbourne is quite partial to the pumpkin pie French toast with baked custard, cinnamon mascarpone, pretzel crunch and maple bacon (pictured above).
OK, so maybe you saw our take on Melbourne's best breakfasts and thought to yourself, "Thanks Time Out, but I'm after something a little more... extreme." Well, this here's for you. These creative dishes are pushing breakfast boundaries in ways you never thought possible (or sensible). Are you game to try them?
And hey, if the thought of eating deep-fried Pop Tarts for breakfast is making you reach for your gym membership, perhaps you'd like to try Melbourne's best porridges instead.