Franks Melbourne crepe

Frank’s Cafe Melbourne has a new summer menu complete with incredible crepes

Its interior gives you Japanese chicness, its exterior is trendy but inviting and its menu is as wide ranging and varied – and the desserts! – as the best of them.

This is Franks Cafe – a Bayside suburban cafe that has taken the traditional and made it better, adding-in quality coffee, forward thinking food done well and a unique take on something for the sweet-toothed that needs to be tried to be believed.

Complete with a new menu for summer, starting this month, Frank’s is stepping up the food game, rolling out their usual stunners like eggs Benedict with crispy pork belly and a chicken reuben sandwich that would make a Frenchman’s toes curl. In short, it’s good.

Head chef Eli Faye has added eight new breakfast and lunch dishes to the menu alongside the incredible and not-too-sweet Violet Crumble Crepe.

It’s a delicious honeycomb crepe is filled with light textured, rich-flavoured chocolate mousse, topped with vanilla bean ice-cream, fresh honeycomb and chocolate floss. 

Yes, it’s every bit as amazing as you’d think and the best bit? It doesn’t leave you hating yourself afterwards.

Eli models the menu around a simple philosophy of good food, good produce, Instagram worthiness and a happy feeling at the end of it that means you’ll be considering going back every weekend – or more.

You can find Frank’s Melbourne at 97 Cavanagh Street, Cheltenham in southeast Melbourne.

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