Three Bags Full is one of my favourites.
First, the menu is crafted with the utmost thought, with most options seeming to treat and delight:
- Beetroot cured salmon with pea, feta, and corn fritter; avocado, rocket, dill sour cream, and lemon (pictured)
- Overnight braised pulled pork on brioche bun with celeriac remoulade, and house made barbecue sauce
- Roasted mushrooms on toast with confit garlic, rosemary, goats cheese, and almond dukkah
There’s also some serious coffee on offer, as well as a delicious range of fresh juice mixes, smoothies, and milkshakes.
In addition, Three Bags Full is set within an old Abbotsford Italianate building, which provides as much comfort and pleasure as the food it serves. Within these red brick walls, you’ll find yourself in the company of some intriguing design: a ten-pin bowl lane-communal table, bright upside-down teacups, and industrial chic light fittings.
So, a wonderful experience all round, and one that I’d happily recommend to anyone.
Address: Corner Nicholson & Mollison Streets, Abbotsford, VIC 3067