Top picks in Melbourne - Paleo cafes

Top picks in Melbourne - Paleo cafes

by Rachel Foo 16 Oct 2018

Being devoted to a healthy lifestyle means living it every single day, even while on holiday. However, we all know the temptation to toss our diet out of the window the minute we come across something tasty. Finding food that pushes all the right buttons can be tricky when you’re on something specific like the paleo diet. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here are some of the best Paleo cafes you can dine at in the city of Melbourne:

 

Patch Cafe

1/32 Bendigo Street, Richmond 3121, Victoria, Australia

 

Former footballer, Tom Davidson, is the person behind Melbourne’s first paleo cafe. With a gorgeous black and blue interior and a wide range of paleo food selections on the menu, you can count on having a fantastic and guilt-free time at this cafe. You might spot a couple of cute furry customers too; this cafe is dog-friendly!

 

Serotonin Eatery
52 Madden Grove, Burnley 3121, Victoria, Australia

 

With a name like that, you can expect to be hit with a huge serving of gastronomical happiness whenever you dine at the Serotonin Eatery. Not only do they have paleo food, they even serve vegan and raw food as well. an Exercise Centre and an education platform integrated into this cafe, you have no reason to not leave this cafe with your body, mind, and health well-nourished!

 

The Deck Brighton

212 Bay St, Brighton 3186, Victoria Australia

 

Located on the busy Bay Street, Brighton earns its reputation as being one of the best cafés in Melbourne. Their sizeable menu includes paleo, gluten-free and vegetarian options. If you’re ever in the neighbourhood and lucky enough to get a table, give their bun-free brekkie burger or cauliflower rice risotto a try! You can also mix-and-match from a separate paleo menu if you feel like customising your own meals.

 

Thr1ve

Various locations


Using locally-sourced produce and none of the artificial nasties, this paleo café runs a tight ship when it comes to the kitchen. Choose from their chef-curated and nutritionist-approved menu or customise your own! More food court retailer than neighbourhood café, Thr1ve has various outlets that you can dine at. Their paleo pancakes – Dutch mini pancakes made with coconut and almond flour – are simply to die for!

 

Third Wave

189 Rouse Street, Port Melbourne 3207, Victoria, Australia


If you’re hankering from some American BBQ in the Land Down Under, then you won’t need to go much further than the Third Wave. With a menu built on slow-cooked and smoked meats, you’ll swear that you’re dining in a smokehouse restaurant somewhere in Texas. No problems with protein here!

 

With such a wide variety of paleo-friendly locations in Melbourne, you’ll be more than able to find something suitable for your palate. While nothing beats whipping up your own meals at home, it’s always nice to know that you can dine out somewhere without having to compromise on your nutrition!

 

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