1 Swanston St, Mentone VIC 3194, Australia
1 Swanston Street Mentone VI
Bagel Shop, Brunch Restaurant, Breakfast Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Diner, Hamburger Restaurant, Moroccan Restaurant, Spanish Restaurant
Restaurant, Bar, Food
(03) 9583 6462
Monday 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Saturday 7:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM
About the business
The Corner Store – 1 Swanston Street, Mentone Vic
The Corner Store is a cafe, restaurant and bar in the heart of Mentone, Melbourne, Australia. Open from first latte to last drinks 7 days a week.
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Recent Google Reviews
We go there often, always great service and delicious food. Nice to chat with the wonderful manager who really knows how to run a restaurant by looking after his staff as well as the customers. They are the first point of contact, great staff = great experience
A lovely, quirky cafe, restaurant with a wonderful wall of old fashioned scales. The breakfasts and coffees were good and the staff were friendly and chatty. There is outdoor seating but we were happy inside.
Great service, friendly, fast and efficient. Prices are reasonable and the food is fantastic. Recently renovated, and while it was a good look before, it's really outstanding now if you like techno/industrial/retro with a touch of eclectic and nostalgic Update... Monday afternoon for coffee and cake, what a disappointment. No greeting as we arrived, just a "pick any table" shouted out to us from the barrista behind the counter. Ordered a coffee and cake. The coffee was only warm, and as is so common in Australia, the flat white had a good centimetre of foam. It's called a FLAT white for a reason! A while had gone by without sight of the cake so I asked the waitress how much longer it would be. She told me she had no idea, but was "sure it was on it's way"... would it have hurt to find out? When it finally did arrive, the coffee was stone cold. Cake was wonderful though.
We stopped at The Corner Store on a whim whilst looking for a brunch spot. It was busy so we knew it must be good and we weren't disappointed. Delicious food, generous serves and friendly service, everything you want on a relaxing Sunday morning. Only disappointment was a miscommunication where our small coffees turned up large... if it wasn't for that, it would have been a 5* review!
Tasty food, great atmosphere and friendly staff! Our boy bumped his head and they were very helpful with ice and cloths. We'll definitely go back!
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