Main St is oddly enough tucked along the Main St in Mordialloc right at the end of the Neapean Highway in a lovely old historic building on the corner. The restaurant is all about exposed brick, brown paper specials and eclectic sugar bowls.
Dee arrived a little before me (now, you may choose to correctly interpret that as I was running late) and snagged one of the last tables available, although a few communal benches we’re still up for grabs.
The menu was really cutely done featuring a great selection of breakfast options (including “bling” such as spinach, hash browns, bacon) with a special seasonal highlight of Mexican options (thus explaining the random Mexican hats hanging from the walls). There was a great selection of veggie and gluten free options as well.
Given the heat we bypassed the caffeine that has received mixed reviews, missed out on the granitas and settled on sparkling flavored water.
Dee ordered a calamari salad and I went with the veggie patch breakfast. Both were tasty, fresh and incredibly generous serves. I only made it half way through the veggie patch extravaganza of toast, avacado, fetta, mushrooms, peppers and roast tomato – it was scrumptious.
While Main St is a little further out than my normally city bound self can handle it was worth the trip and the main st of shops seemed to have several opp shops tucked in it so may well draw me out this way again. All in all if this was my local, I would be one very happy girl.