Go to CoffeeHead on Mother's Day

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Happy Mother's Day!

Why not take Mum and the whole family to CoffeeHead for Mother's Day this year (Sunday, 10 May, 2015) for a delicious champagne breakfast, brunch, lunch or afternoon tea?

There is a children's menu as well, and uber chef Francis and the friendly staff will provide an unforgettable Mother's Day experience!

Young acoustic guitarist and and singer/songwriter Lachie Rainford will entertain with his original compositions and cover items while you enjoy wonderful food in a warm and welcoming ambience.

CoffeeHead is proud to support local talent for everyone's listening pleasure.

Breakfast is available at Coffee Head every day until 2pm and there is something to please everyone's palate, from organic, gluten-free muesli with poached rhubarb and yoghurt, to Superfood porridge, to the BigHead breakfast of eggs, grilled sausage, bacon, hash browns, tomatoes and mushrooms on toast.


Wake up with a delicious espresso or filter coffee, Koko Deluxe hot chocolate or chai by Calmer Sutra.

Teas are from Tease and refreshing cold drinks await your choice.

Brunch and lunch options are just as tantalising.

Fancy a Moroccan spiced burger with roast beetroot and babaganoush, a red lentil dahl with toasted pide or a marinated tofu on soft taco?

It will be difficult to choose....

But wait, there's more!

Pizzas are available from 11.30am and sandwiches, pastries and cakes await your fancy all day.

If Mum is a coffee aficionado, buy her a bag of boutique coffee from the retail section, or perhaps some specialty pasta?

CoffeeHead is more than just a stylish, friendly cafe.

It is also a roastery, supplying freshly ground coffee beans to other cafes and retailers, a specialty shop and much more.

The concept of CoffeeHead was the brainchild of veteran restaurateur Paul Mathis, who turned a converted garage near Camberwell railway station into this funky cafe.

Current owner Ash Nathan, a chef with many years of experience, has worked closesly with Paul and took over the reins two years ago.

Ash has expanded on the concept, adding to the menu and improving the range of merchandise.

"I started my journey here with Paul Mathis and have learnt a lot from him," Ash said.

"At CoffeeHead we also want to give back to the community and are involved with a number of charitable organisations."

Watch this space for more news on what's happening at CoffeeHead as some exciting projects are being planned.


8 Railway Parade

Camberwell 3124

Phone 03 9882 6441