Onethirtytwo on Chapel St
Hearty breakfast and lunch, with the best coffee in the neighbourhood
It wasn't until a few months ago that Gab Donoudis and Arthur Hountalas decided to take their 10-year friendship to the next level by opening up a cafe.
The two Greek foodies chose the ambient space on 132 Chapel Street, in the heart of Windsor, to bring together their love for food and great coffee.
OneThirtyTwo came naturally as a name, as both owners love to keep things simple and to the point.
Combining distinct Hellenic flavours with Aussie café style, they have created a delicious seasonal menu which features brekkie items such as freshly-baked almond croissants, buttermilk pancakes, Greek yoghurt bircher muesli, smashed avo with feta, eggs Benedict and omelette.
The OneThirtyTwo kitchen has received rave reviews for its home-made mushroom and parmesan arancini balls, the wagyu burger and beef ragu rigatoni.
The zucchini, corn and haloumi stack, panko-crumbed chicken breast, fried calamari, not to mention the soup of the day are only some of the Chapel Street crowd's favourites.
The coffee is consistently of top quality, but it's the genuine, caring service that brings the locals back every morning.
Kid-friendly and with a separate smoking section, the café is also equipped with a lovely outdoor seating area and offers vegetarian and gluten-free options.
If you're looking for a place to enjoy your coffee with warm, home-style cakes straight out of the oven, OneThirtyTwo in Windsor is definitely worth a visit.
132 Chapel Street, Windsor, VIC
(03) 9510 7320
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