Food: {Twenty & Six Espresso}

Weekend brunches are something that I look forward to every weekend.
Best is when the weather is inviting and the place that I go to, serves all day breakfast & good coffee!

Twenty & Six Espresso is all that plus good customer service and nice ambience.

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Recently discovered this quaint little cafe in North Melbourne after hearing lots of good reviews from my friends about Twenty & Six Espresso. I'm always up for trying new cafes, so why not give this cafe a shot.

From the outside, it looks pretty small, but there's an outdoor area behind the cafe. Be sure to check out the back as well.

I love their minimalistic and simple decor of the cafe. I also love how they have fully transparent windows and door so it doesn't feel too cramped up inside.

The menu:

As you can see from the above picture, their price ranges from $15 - $30. Coffees are around $3.50 and above, if I am not mistaken.

I ordered "The Hulk" which basically consists of salmon, smashed avocado, and fetta cheese on sourdough bread.

Jay ordered "The Hunter" which is Portobello mushrooms, and chorizo sausages with truffle oil on sourdough bread. 
We both added an extra poached egg on each of our dish.

My dish was really good, though I would prefer less alfalfa sprouts on my avocado. Jay's dish was only okay for me but he seemed to enjoy it.

I ordered their iced latte as it was a pretty warm day. It was SO good! :) Thumbs up for their Proud Mary coffee!

All in all, it was a great experience dining there. The food was good, coffee was excellent and they have friendly staffs. 
I will definitely go back there for another round of "The Hulk".

 Have you tried Twenty & Six Espresson before? 
If so, let me know in the comment box below.