A new cafe in Melbourne’s inner west has opened in a suburb called Eden, about 30 kilometres west of the CBD.
The garden cafe has opened, along with Mimis Cafe, a cafe and restaurant, in Eden’s north and south suburbs.
The cafe and the eatery are named after the two main street names in Eden, Mimis and Garden.
They opened on Saturday and the new restaurant and cafe are due to open in March.
The new cafe will have two separate entrances, with one on each side of the street.
Both restaurants will have an area for seating and an open kitchen, which has been designed by architect Michael Janssen.
“I am very happy to open up the kitchen, and I want to give the restaurant a real taste of the city,” said owner of Mimis cafe and garden cafe Aline Dessie.
“It will be a real pleasure to open the two cafes.
It will be more relaxing and more creative.”
The new eatery is designed to be a place where people can relax and unwind.
“Mimises Cafe is a cafe that you can come in and enjoy,” Ms Dess, who has lived in Eden for 15 years, said.
We have a dessert bar with vanilla ice cream and chocolate cake. “
And you can choose your own dessert, and choose your dessert and dessert and drink from the bar.
“The cafe is going to be more family-oriented, so we are going for people who like to hang out together.” “
The garden café is expected to open by the end of March. “
The cafe is going to be more family-oriented, so we are going for people who like to hang out together.”
The garden café is expected to open by the end of March.
It has been named after Melbourne’s Eden Gardens, which are located between the Melbourne CBD and the inner suburbs.
They have a range of outdoor seating, including chairs, a table and a table top.