Muharam Cafe

Thursday, September 24, 2015 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Muharam Cafe is famous for their donut nutella milkshakes and this milkshakes has made Muharam Cafe on of the popular kid in town. Muharam Cafe does not look attractive from the outside but it is well decorated inside. They have 3 seating area, small area outdoor in front of the cafe, indoor and outdoor patio at the back with partial shades. The walls in the indoor area is decorated with pots of plants and bicycle wheels with open bar, where you can see the barista work their magic.

The cafe has some Indian influence to the food. The Muharam curry served with basmati, roti and mint yoghurt ($13). This dish come out surprisingly good, the curry was sweet not spicy but too thin.

Soup of the day was potato and leeks. They made it really thick but have a deep, rich flavours and have a strong smell.

Big Breakfast - eggs anyway with bacon, avocado, mushies, rosti and spinach ($19). I have to wait more than 30 minutes for this dish and then they make a mistakes of making the egg poached instead of scrambled. Everything fall average, nothing memorable.

Do Nut Scream (Mars Bar edition) is their new dessert at Muharam Cafe. The donut was toasted but somehow it makes it a bit tough to eat. It was served with average vanilla ice cream, popping candy, colourful candy and pieces of caramel.

Sydney foodies has been heads over heels for the nuttelin - nutella donut milkshales. Finally, Muharam cafe decided to make the same concept of nuttelin. The famous nutelin was sweet and filling, especially with the nutella donut on top. It is certainly nutella overload. For all the girls, I recommended that you share it.

Besides the nutellin milkshakes, they also have Golden Gaytime Milkshakes ($10). In my opinion, this milkshakes has a better flavour than the nuttelin.

They served fruits infused water which give a nice smell and sweet flavour to the water. The staff tend to be a bit disorganised and less attentive on peak hours. Come early or on weekdays to avoid the crowd. The prices of their food is relatively reasonable, approximately 30-40 dollar for two people.

Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Friday: 7.45am-3.30pm
Saturday-Sunday: 8.30am-3.30pm

Muharam Cafe
97 Burwood Rd
Hawthorn, VIC 3122