Back in January, I visited CoffeeHead near Camberwell Station. It is a one-stop shop for all your coffee needs with a variety of coffee on the shelves to take home as well as coffee-making accessories. If you can’t make the trip to the venue, CoffeeHead also sells their wares online. The interior is spacious with some funky art work on the walls. Out the front, there is also an extensive outdoor dining area.

·        Grilled polenta, chorizo, poached eggs, avocado and chilli jam ($17.90)
·        Super food porridge with banana, fresh berries, toasted nuts, honey and a sprinkle of bee pollen ($12.90)
·        Slow braised lamb tagine with pumpkin, dates, and chickpeas, served with couscous ($18.00)
·        Baby beetroot salad, radish, snow pea shoots, goats curd, fresh orange, mint, rocket and cashews ($15.90) 

I decided to have the ‘Veggie Burrito - spinach tortilla filled with beans, rice, roast vegetables and mozzarella, with salsa, guacamole and sour cream ($16.90)’. It was a very scrumptious meal indeed. A hearty, vegetarian burrito that had wonderful Mexican flavours.

Veggie Burrito

My dining companion chose the ‘Smashed avocado, heirloom tomatoes, feta and basil on sourdough ($13.90)’ and added a side of mushrooms for $3.50. This dish was also satisfying.

Smashed Avocado

The Cascara ($5.50) from the specialty tea section of the menu (cherry tea a unique herbal tea made from the dried berries of the coffee plant) sounded exotic. There is a rotating roster of coffee blends as well as their house blend. My Latte ($3.90) was gorgeous.


The service was flawless with absolutely no pretentiousness. It is definitely somewhere you could bring your whole family.

  Address: 8-10 Railway Parade Camberwell, VIC

Phone: 03 9882 6441


Trading Hours:
Mon - Fri: 7.00am – 4.00pm
Sat – Sun: 8.00am – 4.00pm

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P.S. Other eateries nearby are Prospect Espresso, The Hidden Cafe and Bella Sistas Espresso... 


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