Coffee Edge

By Peter Sarmas on 3 Nov 2013
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Looking for a coffee after a busy morning of inspections? Street News ventured to Yarraville favourite Coffee Edge for a caffeine fix.

Coffee Edge

Coffee Edge
Photo: Kezia Lubanszky

Coffee Edge – 1 Anderson Street, Yarraville

There’s no better way to experience coffee than trying out a favourite local spot.

Yarraville’s Coffee Edge is just that. The café is regularly swarmed with locals and tourists alike, and it’s known around the area for some of the suburb’s finest coffee.

It’s not just great food that’s on offer. Coffee Edge provides a laid back and casual atmosphere where anyone can relax. There is plenty of inside seating, as well as a gorgeous outside courtyard.

The courtyard is covered and heated, so on rainy days you still have the freedom to eat outside. In addition to the warmth, an artistic mural graces the courtyard wall for you to gaze at as you sip your coffee.

“Coffee Edge provides a laid back and casual atmosphere where anyone can relax.”

Coffee Edge is the perfect place for breakfast or lunch with friends or family. I’d heard that it was a local favourite for its breakfasts, and now I know what all the fuss was about.

You can order a traditional meal, or one of their quirkier dishes, and you will always be impressed. There’s something about the breakfasts from Coffee Edge that leave you feeling both satisfied and healthy. The food looks and smells so fresh. Try out one of their many breakfast options and your body is sure to be thankful.

The courtyard at Coffee Edge

The courtyard at Coffee Edge
Photo: Kezia Lubanszky

Whether you’re a meat lover, vegetarian or vegan, there is sure to be a meal you will enjoy.

The breakfast menu includes organic gourmet cereal and the ‘avocado and feta smash’ with poached eggs. The haloumi stack with avocado, poached eggs and pesto was a personal favourite. All eggs used at Coffee Edge are free range, and the milk is purchased locally.

If you’re after something larger, the lunch menu offers porterhouse steak, lamb sandwiches and falafel wraps. Meals range from around $8 to $15, and they are well worth the prices.

“Coffee Edge is the perfect place for breakfast or lunch with friends or family.”

Coffee Edge also serves homemade soup specials every day of the week – a perfect meal to be enjoyed in the warmth of the courtyard.

The staff at Coffee Edge are always friendly. Don’t be shy to ask them questions about the menu, or make specific dietary requests. Service is attentive and quick. You only have to wait moments after ordering your coffee to find it steaming away in front of you.

If you’re after a place for lunch, a new usual spot – even someone to cater for an event – Coffee Edge is sure to do the trick.

With a variety of meals, a soothing atmosphere and welcoming staff, there is nothing to be unsure about when it comes to this Yarraville favourite.

About the Author

Peter Sarmas is a Certified Property Investment Advisor (PIAA) and Vendor/Buyer Advocate. Before becoming the founder of Street News, Peter completed a Degree in Applied Science (Chemistry) and a Graduate Diploma in Property Valuations (Hons). Peter believes property investing is a major and potentially risky undertaking. In his view, everyone should have an independent person acting on their behalf when seeking property investment advice.

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