Thursday, 5 March 2015

Terminus Lane

In a small group of interesting shops in Waverley Road, there is a gorgeous café called Terminus Lane. Birch wallpaper and exposed brick walls create an inviting space to enjoy a coffee and some cool tunes. There is also a fantastic organic shop, Green Onions Organic Grocer, a couple of doors down that you should definitely visit...

·        Roasted field mushrooms with hummus, rocket and feta ($15.50)
·        Quinoa salad with roast pumpkin, asparagus and pomegranate ($16.00)
·        Belgian waffle with vanilla ice-cream, banana and coconut ($16.50)
·        Mini big breakfast with grilled bacon, fried egg, avocado, rocket, and tomato relish ($16.00)

I was tempted by the ‘Chicken, avocado, cheese and mayo fresh sandwich ($11.00)’. This really was a very scrummy sandwich packed full of quality ingredients. The chicken was perfectly cooked and the bread was delightful. I wish I could cook chicken like this...

Chicken Sandwich

My dining companion chose one of the many vegetarian options available. Although the ‘Tomato and bocconcini tart with olive tapenade ($14.00)’ was a simple dish, the high quality ingredients made it very enjoyable. The salad of rocket, sun-dried tomatoes, and onion was also yummy as was the balsamic dressing.


They have a good drinks list with T2 Tea ($4.00 pot for 1 or $7.00 pot for 2) available and you can even add a slice of lemon for 50 cents. We both had lattes ($3.90) made with Sensory Lab Coffee which were very nice.


The lovely barista had to work the coffee machine and provide table service but did a wonderful job.  

Address: 272 Waverley Rd, Malvern East, VIC 

Phone: 0421 049 724


Trading Hours:
Mon - Sun: Early – 4.00pm

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P.S. Other eateries nearby are Fergus and Mr Foxx... 

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Miss Sage Sugar's Fashion Edit - March 2015

The Spring/Summer 2015 runways were heavily inspired by the seventies with flares and fringing making a comeback. This month I am featuring handbags... The star of the season was the drawstring bucket bag which is right on trend with the seventies infatuation. Mini bags, floral, and heavily embellished bags were also prevalent.  

Keona Quilted Duffle Main Image

Atlanta Small Bag Main Image

Block Quilt Bucket Bag

P.S. Did you miss last month's fashion edit? Check it out here...  

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