A new local favourite of mine! As the name suggests, sons of mischief has a fun menu and atmosphere with a large neon sign quoting “Don’t tell me what to do unless you’re naked” setting a playful tone. I was first introduced to this cafe by attending their bottomless brunch with a group of friends and have returned a handful of times since for breakfast.
WHAT I ORDERED
- The smashed avo with Saganaki, lemon, chilli herb salt, aged balsamic and fresh herbs on buckwheat and chia GF toast. I also added mushrooms!
- Light and bright layout/decor
- Fun twists on Melbourne brunch classics
- Great “extras” to chose from. I mean any menu with saganaki and halloumi is a winner in my books
- Great $50 bottomless brunch
I found it easy to spot some really tasty nut-free options on the menu plus some dishes that could quite easily be adjusted to be nut-free
If you’re building your own breakfast you will not be short of inspiration from the sides menu full of fructose friendly options. They’re were two types of salad bowls and an acai bowl that could be made fructose friendly with sourdough and GF bread available
Friendly staff who seem genuinely keen to make our experience a positive one! I like that they use note pads to write down our order (most cafes don’t these days) for extra comfort my needs are passed on to the chef correctly. The waiter provided some funny banter about my lengthy requirements and even showed me that they had written down “NO NUTS” in capitals and circled it so I felt at ease
I did not need to change any elements of the meal I ordered but they assured me that I could if I wished.
Average pricing for cafes in Melbourne
SONS OF MISCHIEF
326 Highett Road, Highett 3190