I have found a niche! After typing into Google”Best muesli Melbourne” and then down-playing my expectations to simply: “Good Muesli Melbourne” (catch phrase or new cool greeting potential?!), I was not met with a flurry of pages dedicated to my favourite breakfast. Indeed, I was disappointed not to have someone tell me where to go to get my grainy fix. And so begins my taking the reins, boldly going where lots of people have probably gone before but not really documented to my knowledge, and putting my thoughts about muesli onto the internet!

My motivation: I love cereal. If cafes sold Weet-Bix I would be writing about Weet-bix, but most places do not consider them fit to make all fancy so I guess I’ll stick to the second greatest cereal – muesli.

I’ve now also decided to take on the task of not only seeking out the best muesli that Melbourne cafes have to offer, but also exploring the world of store bought oats. Yes, Miss Muesli is learning new breakfast skills and broadening her horizons! Click the “Home Made” tab to see how that goes.

If you have any questions or suggestions, or just want a confidant regarding your until-now unvalidated infatuation with muesli: comment or email me at missmueslimelbourne@gmail.com


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  3. Baby on Church St Richmond does a mind glowingly good Bircher with berries, roasted hazelnuts and rosewater jelly! The portion is a bit stingy but its so worth it.

    • That does sound lovely! I will have to give it a try. Thank you for your recommendation and also warning over the small portion size – I’ll go there when I’m not ravenous.

  4. Dear Miss M,
    Please give me the pleasure of your company Monday mane! We shall have some home made muesli for breakfast & then I shall drive you in my automobile to our shared destination – The Austin.
    Kind Regards,
    CC (Cherry Capone)

  5. Hi Miss Muesli,

    I just stumbled across your site after looking for a review of 56 Threads – so thank you for that one 🙂 Have you tried the muesli at Common Galaxia in Seddon? It’s a good bircher and the orange blossom yoghurt is lovely. 🙂

    Miss occasionally-muesli-but-mostly-poached-eggs

    • Hello Miss OMBMPE!

      Happy to help – no matter how you ended up here! (I prefer to saunter rather than stumble, but that’s personal style).

      I have been considering visiting Common Galaxia for a while now and your recommendation has tipped me over the edge. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to go soon, thanks for the recommendation!


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