Mary Miller

November 5, 2019

We cycle past the cafe Mary Miller on our way home from work
most days. We know the spot well from its previous incarnation as

Julio
, and even spent the 2007 federal election night there. As
Mary Miller it has received plenty of sponsored blog attention (see
links at end of post), which I didn’t really bother with… until
Cruella
deVegan
posted about its vegan options, including
a kaleidoscopic bibimbap

I stopped in for a quiet solo lunch on a public holiday. The
menu had a lot to linger over: that bibimbap, a vegan chicken
burger, French toast and pancakes, fritters, eggs, and veges.
Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and adaptable dishes are abundant
and clearly marked. The vegan B.L.A.T. ($16) had the right balance
of mock meat and fresh greens for me: the Turkish bread was
unusually fluffy and light, and it was generously layered with
vegan bacon, vegan feta, spinach, avocado, tomato and
mayonnaise.
The menu covers so many of my meal moods, from
fruit-and-yoghurt to rice-based bowls and burgers, that I’m seeking
any excuse I can to go back for more. 
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I’ve gotta thank Cruella
deVegan
for getting me through the Mary Miller door!
Otherwise in blog-land, Mary Miller seems to have given out a
zillion freebies, most of them declared, with predictably positive
reviews: A
Chronicle of Gastronomy
The
Penguin Eats
Lips
Temptations
fo0die
(twice), Love
at First Bite
thelittlehungrylifeSuzie
Scribbles
2WO
FAT GIRLS
WHATEPIEATS
and Gastrology.
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Mary Miller
171 Miller St, Fitzroy North
9489 6740

meals,

kids’ menu & drinks

https://www.marymiller.com.au/

Accessibility: There’s a step up on entry (see top
pic). The indoor furniture consists of reasonably spaced low tables
and chairs with backs. I ordered at the table and paid at a low
counter. I didn’t visit the toilets.

Source: FS – Healthy – Vegetarian
Mary Miller



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