There's been a string of intriguing and stylish eateries popping up outside of popular high street locales in Melbourne; like Left Field and Sugar Buns for example. More and more youthfully renowned eateries are calling random street corners and outer suburbia home these days. Dare I say this has more to do with Melbourne's ridiculous housing and rental markets seeing Generation Y and younger pushed out further into the greater suburbs. Of course according to "expert" and very much infuriating Baby Boomer Bernard Salt, smashed avocado is what's keeping us out of the housing market. I could compile a thesis on how horrendously idiotic that statement is, but I'd rather not give such nonsense anymore airtime.

If you recall this previous post, I mentioned cravings for a chia pudding I'd consumed the other week. Its generous lashings of mango puree and delectably fresh seasonal fruits are what rekindled such fondness for it.

Well it was here in which such nostalgia took place.

Mr Black Juicery is located in Berwick, and while this suburb is hardly unusual, for me to find this kind of well-being centred eatery certainly feels so. This cafe is neatly ensconced away from the main street; it's brilliantly stark white facade and opulent warehouse-like arched windows are concealed by lush foliage. You'd expect such a nondescript exterior to attract little attention and yet this site is perpetually teeming with energy and verve; much like a well guarded secret.

And from stepping inside it's easy to comprehend why.

The interiors are industrial meets Australian Scandinavian design. A slick combination of monochrome commingled with natural elements like wooden slats and succulents. It's clean and beautifully uncomplicated, much like it's menu.

Or so it would have you believe with a simple page dedicated to either hydration or nourishment. The options may appear somewhat limited but the detail in each dish certainly compensates. From quinoa porridge compiled with coconut milk, dukkah, fresh fruit and apple and rhubarb compote to lunch bowls composed of buckwheat noodles, shredded vegetables, sprouts and served with miso soup and nori strips. (If you hadn't noted the above are two dishes I am very much eager to further examine.)

Hardly straightforward yet very much enticing.

Of course the main star that day was that now infamous chia pudding. An Instagrammable beauty, the creators masterpiece and a delightfully palatable dish for the patron. It was as delicious and as refreshing as it looks. And I personally adored that they shied away from the typical (overused) mason jar to a chic little presentation canister. And the accompaniment of a dollop of their in-house speciality, "coco whip", makes this hearty dish all kinds of amazing. Do yourself a favour and see for yourself. There's also a great selection of juices, smoothies and tea to accompany a health induced feast.

-Sxx

1 Blackburne Square
BERWICK, VIC
AUSTRALIA
03 9707 5143
There's been a string of intriguing and stylish eateries popping up outside of popular high street locales in Melbourne; like Left Field and Sugar Buns for example. More and more youthfully renowned eateries are calling random street corners and outer suburbia home these days. Dare I say this has more to do with Melbourne's ridiculous housing and rental markets seeing Generation Y and younger pushed out further into the greater suburbs. Of course according to "expert" and very much infuriating Baby Boomer Bernard Salt, smashed avocado is what's keeping us out of the housing market. I could compile a thesis on how horrendously idiotic that statement is, but I'd rather not give such nonsense anymore airtime.

If you recall this previous post, I mentioned cravings for a chia pudding I'd consumed the other week. Its generous lashings of mango puree and delectably fresh seasonal fruits are what rekindled such fondness for it.

Well it was here in which such nostalgia took place.

Mr Black Juicery is located in Berwick, and while this suburb is hardly unusual, for me to find this kind of well-being centred eatery certainly feels so. This cafe is neatly ensconced away from the main street; it's brilliantly stark white facade and opulent warehouse-like arched windows are concealed by lush foliage. You'd expect such a nondescript exterior to attract little attention and yet this site is perpetually teeming with energy and verve; much like a well guarded secret.

And from stepping inside it's easy to comprehend why.

The interiors are industrial meets Australian Scandinavian design. A slick combination of monochrome commingled with natural elements like wooden slats and succulents. It's clean and beautifully uncomplicated, much like it's menu.

Or so it would have you believe with a simple page dedicated to either hydration or nourishment. The options may appear somewhat limited but the detail in each dish certainly compensates. From quinoa porridge compiled with coconut milk, dukkah, fresh fruit and apple and rhubarb compote to lunch bowls composed of buckwheat noodles, shredded vegetables, sprouts and served with miso soup and nori strips. (If you hadn't noted the above are two dishes I am very much eager to further examine.)

Hardly straightforward yet very much enticing.

Of course the main star that day was that now infamous chia pudding. An Instagrammable beauty, the creators masterpiece and a delightfully palatable dish for the patron. It was as delicious and as refreshing as it looks. And I personally adored that they shied away from the typical (overused) mason jar to a chic little presentation canister. And the accompaniment of a dollop of their in-house speciality, "coco whip", makes this hearty dish all kinds of amazing. Do yourself a favour and see for yourself. There's also a great selection of juices, smoothies and tea to accompany a health induced feast.

-Sxx

1 Blackburne Square
BERWICK, VIC
AUSTRALIA
03 9707 5143

48 comments

  1. Oh yum that does look amazing! Sounds like a really nice little cafe too! :) There are lots of awesome places to eat in Melbourne for sure! :) I feel like I just shop and eat every time I visit!

    Hope you're having a wonderful start to the week :)

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  2. Cool place!!!
    xoxo
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  3. What a nice bakery, Inlove the design, Inwish we have something similar in rome too!

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  4. Me too, dear :D They are so fresh and healthy :D

    Ohn, this place look so fabulous. So yummy photos :D

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  5. Oh. My. Goodness. So yummy, it makes me hungry looking at these.

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  6. Delicious food!

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  7. food looks amazing!!! great blog post :)

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  8. What a beautiful place and it looks so healthy and delicious too. I love the interiors x

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  9. It looks like a wonderful place, dear. I wish i was in Australia so i could eat such a pretty and delish chia pudding.
    Have a wonderful week.
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  10. Un lugar genial para conocerlo ^_^

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  11. Great post ,coming to Melbourne soon ,will make sure to check them out
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  12. Everything looks so yummy!!
    xx
    Mónica Sors
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  13. Oh wow the food looks amazing! I'd love to visit xx

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  14. The atmosphere looks really inviting and i would like to try their smoothies. Great post.

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  15. The chia pudding looks amazing! Would love to try it some day ^^.

    TheNormcoreRebel

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  16. What a lovely place, wish there was something similar even in my city. The decor is plain yet cosy and the food seems delish, I love how they serve it! Kisses Sonia! xo

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  17. It looks delicious! :)
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  18. This place looks awesome! Healthy creative and yummy. I wish we had something like it.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

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  19. So cozy and clean. The food looks yum also! Trust you had a great time

    Funmi xx
    www.funmialabi.co.uk

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  20. This place looks very inviting, I wish to have the same one in my city :-)

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  21. What a lovely, healthy place! Great post :)
    xx
    LA VEINE

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  22. This looks great and the food sounds delicious :) Sadly there isn't anything like this at all near where I live but I'm hoping something similar will open up soon! x

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  23. Looks like a place I would love to eat at regularly!

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  24. Woah!This place looks great. I'll definitely have to check it out. Thanks for sharing :)

    Love, Lindsey
    http://thenomisniche.com/

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  25. I don't think that I've ever had chia pudding. This one looks so colourful and delicious; I'd love to try one.

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  26. And aren't those little eateries the best. Like hidden treasures. I love the food here, the pictures say it all. You lucky duck, how fun!

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  27. OMG I'm hungry again! The pictures look so yummy :D I really should reading blog post about food in the evenings. Great post x

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

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  28. It looks like an amazing juice bar/cafe, so yummy.

    xo
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  29. Oh yum! Healthy food never looked so good! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  30. I love eating chia pudding. It's such a delicious dish, and so easy to make! I love crunching into chia seeds because of their weird texture. That pudding looks sooo good! I really want to try! I definitely agree that the whole mason jar container for food is so overused along with that whole "hipster" trend.

    ~Andrea Tiffany~
    aglimpseofglam.blogspot.com

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  31. This looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing. Xo, Ellese

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  32. I love your writing and the way you play with words when you describe certain features about a place or thing. Great post and should I ever find myself in that part of the world, I will find this place.
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  33. Wow, everything looks incredible! And the logo is super adorable haha :) Adding to my never-ending need-to-go Australia list... xx

    Erica
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  34. The food looks lovely and I really like the simplistic interior :)

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  35. I like finding new places to hangout and eat. The place seems refreshing and so the foods. Thanks for sharing!

    xoxo,
    SHAIRA
    www.missdream-girl.blogspot.com

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  36. It looks so chic <33 (and so mouthwatering)

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  37. Foods looks nice and appealing to too. Feel like tasting them immediately, lol..
    great post.


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  38. The food looks totally yum especially, the fresh fruit.

    XoXo Noma

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  39. omg looks like an amazing cafe! I want to visit Australia so bad

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  40. Great post! This looks like my kind of place! Everything looks so delicious! xo

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  41. I wished really in Bavaria it would be the same as in Melbourne and there were also such new places to eat :) In Bavaria we have mostly the same old restaurants ...
    xx Rena
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  42. this place looks amazing, the food and decor is stunning :) xx

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  43. Okay, I'm curious. Is there actually such a thing as Australian Scandinavian Design? Because I have been trying to describe my favorite Aussie-based coffee shop interiors for years lol, and that title would really help! It's like they are Scandinavian, but then obviously ran by Australians... Anyway... The food here looks so on point! I have to say I always see a healthy amount (no pun intended) of health restaurants in Australia. It seems really trendy there to eat healthy! Lol about the avocado too. The food here sounds so amazing. You describe everything so well!

    -Emily www.coatandcoffee.com

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  44. Juiceries are really becoming popular! I love what they offer! Looks so good Sonia!
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