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Heirloom - Class and Elegance on Bourke St

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Heirloom exudes class and elegance at every level. It is primarily an izakaya and sake destination of note.

Heirloom loomed as a great breakfast destination for moi. I've been there several times for breakfast. The breakfast scene here is different to the izakaya - and so soon I will visit again for lunch or dinner.

In the meantime I recommend Heirloom for breakdast options such as the Salmon bagel. Loads of salmon and creamy sauce is an excellent morning starter.

Heirloom even makes a great fruit toast. Not bad for an izakaya. They have a $20 Big breakfast option that is also popular.

And Heirloom serves up a creamy flavoursome latte.

For great service and breakfast options I enjoy Heirloom. The fit out is modern with high ceilings, mosaic concrete floor, naked bulbs, large windows overlooking Bourke, and cool art on the walls.

Coming back for some izakaya action.

 

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David Hagger is a bald headed man with a penchant for finery, convivial dining, and festive culture. He honestly believes Melbourne is an impressive global city.

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