70 Mitchell St, Northcote VIC 3070, Australia
70 Mitchell Street Northcote VI
Cafe, Grocery Or Supermarket, Store, Food
(03) 9489 8040
Monday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
About the business
Red Door Corner Store
Red Door Corner Store, Northcote, is committed to local, traceable and sustainable produce. We bake all our pastry and sweets in-house from whole and organic ingredients.
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Recent Google Reviews
Charles Costello said 3 years ago
Impressive cafe on a lot of levels; really feels like a local dairy turned into the perfect brunch spot. Vintage decor and a menu that focuses on using as much local produce as possible. Long Black (Market Lane Coffee) was one of the best I've had in Melbourne so far. Shorter than other cafes but amazing rich chocolate afternotes. Check it out during the weekdays for a coffee if you can. It’s too small to tackle the weekend crowds and the food isn’t that special. I’ve had better Bacon Rolls and Eggs Benedict in a few cafes in nearby Northcote.
Sara Gremaj said 4 years ago
A hidden gem! Love their food and atmosphere and their staff are pretty fantastic too. Have tried a few of the options on the menu and they are all absolutely delicious. It's also very kid friendly. We usually sit in the beautiful back garden so our son has a bit of space to move. Would definitely recommend it to anyone.
Bridget Hoadley said 4 years ago
Live locally and finally got the chance to come here - and wow - a very cool cafe! Great food and local jam's etc for sale. Just been diagnosed with some lame wheat allergy - so will be coming back to sample all the gluten free options soon! :)
Juliana & Fernando Koch said 3 years ago
Our neighbourhood cafe with amazingly tasty food and great menu diversity. The place tends to get busy on the weekends packed with the neighbourhood crowd. The price is a little bit pricey ($25 pp for a brunch) but still good value for money and great place for your regular weekend brunch.
Natalie Stevenson said 4 years ago
So delicious! This was my first time visiting and I had the benedict in a gluten free version. I get nervous visiting somewhere that doesn't do the traditional type breakfasts as have had underwhelming experiences before but this meal was divine! The flavours didn't compete instead they blended perfectly together. I was going to share some of my crackling with my lunch partners but decided it was too good to share 😉I would recommend adding crackling to the sides menu (probably not too healthy but so worth it). We were all really happy with our meals and friendly service and I look forward to visiting again 👍🏻
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