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housed in a room in an old building built in 1849 & originally the home of Crossley, the butcher

named after the painter Eugene von Guerard, who lived there at one point

french/european cuisine & an international drinks list

charming with its amicable bar staff & rustic with its old fireplace, dappled walls & dark wooden furniture

a secret hidden laneway gem

get in early to claim a seat in this small establishment

Von Haus

1a Crossley Street, Melbourne, Australia VIC 3000

+61 3 9662 2756

Sun-Thurs: 7.30am-11pm, Fri-Sat: 7.30am-1am

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like stepping into a friend’s apartment – intimate, cosy & tucked away

just enough room for about 20 people

serves breakfast, lunch & a limited dinner (w/ daily specials etched out on a chalkboard)

grab a sit by the window & enjoy a quiet cup of coffee

like hanging out at a friend’s pad, you can enjoy a quick snack or some drinks here when you feel like it

fresh flowers on the communal table in the center of the quaint space

nestled among other distinguished small business neighbours such as pellegrini’s espresso bar

share some drinks outside in the equally cosy courtyard

the cappuccino

where food & reflection complement each other wondrously

made cosier w/ it’s dim lighting, flickering candles & that ladder

stop by the nearby bookshop after your meal & linger over the irreplaceable smell of printed books