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Little Green Corner

Sustainability and community are at the heart of this brunch spot, which also hosts regular food workshops.
By Nik Addams
April 28, 2021
By Nik Addams
April 28, 2021

Simple, local, and sustainable. That's the name of the game at this excellent Little Ryrie Street spot. The kitchen's ingredients are sourced as widely as possible from local farms — through sustainability and education, Little Green Corner wants to promote the idea that creating tasty, hearty food can still be kind to the planet. Some of the cafe's food waste, for example, goes straight to the chickens who produce the eggs. The produce-driven menu ensures that it's an ever-evolving one, but an excellent meal is all but guaranteed whenever you come. 

Little Green Corner is also behind The Good Meal Project, which was set up to further the mission of showcasing local produce, while also allowing customers to pay a meal forward to a family in need. The cafe also offers a range of regular workshops — upcoming sessions include salami making and guided mushroom foraging.

Images: Julia Sansone

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