Food Scene :: Higher Ground Melbourne

We had brekkie at Higher Ground Melbourne before making our way to catch the tram towards Melbourne Museum.

Walking into the restaurant alone can take your breath away. Higher Ground Melbourne is housed in a former powerhouse and boasts a 15 meter high ceiling. The restaurant is split into three levels, further adding to its sense of spaciousness and drama. We were seated on the second level.

Attached is their menu. We ordered their Berkshire Bacon Sandwich (not pictured), Ricotta Hotcake along with a chocolate croissant and a side of bacon as well as our usual coffee orders of latte and a mocha.

Look at this hotcake! I have never eaten anything so beautiful and so tasty in my life. It was delicious and also, something that can be shared with another person. It was big and very fluffy. That mound of butter alone in the middle should tell you the story of how huge the hotcake is.

Aside from the food being delicious and very beautiful looking, the service was also amazing and great. You can read other reviews about Higher Ground Melbourne from Time Out and Good Food.

For good measure, this is the sign of the restaurant as you walk down Little Bourke Street. I walked passed it.


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