Nurikko Visits

Simple Food Reviews based in Melbourne

Invita (Queen Victoria Market)

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Location: 76 Therry St, Melbourne 3000
Telephone: (03) 9329 1267
Trading Hours: TBC (should follow closely to market hours: 
Monday & Wednesday CLOSED, 
Tuesday & Thursday 0600 – 1400, 
Friday 0600 – 1700, 
Saturday 0600 – 1500, 
Sunday 0900 – 1600)
www.invita.com.au

 

Invita is a fantastic market styled cafe resided just next to the organic section of Queen Victoria Market. Their menu is full of drink and food varieties which includes coffee, tea, wine, beer, fresh juices, smoothies, cookies, cakes (yum!), soup, pasta, burgers and more. What makes Invita really special is that it emphasizes on using organic ingredients and has created a range of gluten-free, vegan and 100% vegetarian food for Melbournians. 80% of their food being vegan and GF friendly; and six out of their ten cakes are either GF or prepared without using eggs.

Since summer is very near; the Suzuki Night Market season is about to begin. Invita will be extending its operating hours on Wednesday catering the night crowd with their delicious range of food.

The high quality of the food and service must be consistent, no exceptions! - Janaka, founder and proprietor of Invita

Invita (West Melbourne, Victoria Market)
Chai Latte and Mochaccino
Invita (West Melbourne, Victoria Market)
Date, Carrot and Walnut Cake

 
Just a bit of extra information on Suzuki Night Market:

Date: Every Wednesday night from 16 November 2011 ~ 29 February 2012 (excluding 28 December 2011)
Time: 5.30pm to 10.00pm
Location: Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne. Enter via Queen, Therry or Peel Streets.
Cost: FREE ENTRY

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