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Three One 2 One / Richmond

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Driving through Richmond, a group of friends and I were starved after a slow and hungover morning. We needed a place for lunch. I was hesitant to stop on Bridge Road, for reasons you would know if you’ve ever been there. Majority took rule and destiny (or should I say, distance) brought us to Three One 2 One.

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To my pleasant surprise, this café had character. Decorated in fun with it’s plastic toy rhino’s, action figurines, lego in brick walls and toy trucks.

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Not only that, the café had decent branding, décor, booze collection, free wi-fi and a myriad of condiments.

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They had some appetising dishes on the menu, mostly standard café dishes such as poached eggs, smashed avocado and muesli. The best thing about the menu was $3 Coronas.

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The cold weather and hungover stomachs were enough to stop us from taking advantage of the cheap beer offer, however the coffee went down a treat.

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The big breakfast, or as they should call it, the “rhinoceros breakfast.” This is probably the wisest dish selection to make if you’re hungover, I enjoyed the hash brown the best, crunchy and flavoursome.

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The bircher muesli with pomegranate and crisp apple was crunchy, healthy and delicious. Dusted in cinnamon, giving the dish some more complexity and depth.

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Smashed avocado, deliciously fresh and flavoursome with two perfectly poached eggs.

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French toast with bacon, vanilla bean mascarpone and maple syrup dusted in cinnamon. Lauren is an expert on french toast, and this one got her lick of approval.

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I got one of the weekend specials — Prosciutto wrapped omelette with sautéed spinach on toast. The smokey prosciutto flavour dominated the dish, with enough bread and spinach to balance out the saltiness.


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A surprisingly good café on Bridge Road.

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Three One 2 One
424 Bridge Road
Richmond

Ricky Sam