Top 5 Mushroom Breakfasts in Melbourne

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Can you name one food that is low in calories, fat free, cholesterol free, has very low levels of sugar and salt and provides a valuable source of dietary fibre, as well as several vitamins and minerals?

Well, that superfood sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it. But guess what, it does exists and is called mushroom.
Luckily for us and you, we’ve found a way  how you can perfectly integrate this superfood in our daily foodie lifestyle… in the form of brunch.

To give you an idea of how that can look like, here’s our list of the “Top 5 Mushroom Breakfasts in Melbourne”:

East Elevation
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King and swiss brown mushrooms with baby spinach, goats cheese, on toasted rye.
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Hannah
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Enoki, swiss brown, button, shumaji and shitake mushrooms, fontina, rye toast, poached eggs, truffle oil and cress.
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Monk Bodhi Dharma
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Slow roasted king oyster, shitake, oyster & swiss brown mushrooms on a house made pumpkin, spinach & sun-dried tomato polenta bread. Served w/ goats cheese, thyme & red chile oil.
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Stagger Lees
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Shrooms ‘n’ Truffles –  Pan roasted local pine mushrooms, truffled polenta, confit egg yolk, pecorino pepato, farmhouse toast.

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Salford Lads Club
Salford-Lads-Club-15-Bite-Mushroom Sautéed mushrooms on toast, with poachies on tomato ragout
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Do you know of a mushroom breakfast we shouldn’t miss out on? Let us know in the comments.


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