Food Review: Three Bags Full

On a rainy August morning I visited the famed brunch place in Abbotsford just off of Victoria St, Three Bags Full.

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The menu.


We ordered a skinny latte as well as a flat white, because who goes to Three Bags Full and doesn’t order a coffee? There’s a certain tang to their smooth blends which cannot be found elsewhere.

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The tangy tastes of the goats curd, witlof and pomegranate certainly carried the flavour in this dish, leaving a certain strong savoury bite lingering in your mouth -Thanks to the delicious grilled Haloumi.

The dish was an explosion of soft, chewy, rough and dry textures and which was put to rest by the tame sweet potato and carrot fritters stacked underneath the mountain of flavour.

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Coleslaw is a salad that can be a hit and miss. Over-pickled coleslaw can almost taste onion-y, however I must admit Three Bags has achieved some nice slaw teamed up with aioli which contrasted with the dry lightly crumbed chicken breast and toasted sourdough in this Free Range Chicken Schnitzel.

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Understandably, by visiting a notorious brunch spot in Melbourne during lunch time, you can expect the service to be a little on the short side. When at other times I have visited Three Bags Full at different times of the day the service was terrific, yet unfortunately the day I decided to write a review, the standard was not met.

Overall, delicious food and great coffee!

✖️xx –K


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