The best cheap eats in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs
Join MasterChef semi-finalist, Elise Pulbrook, as she reveals where you can get a filled bagel for less than $10 in Melbourne’s east.
When Gabriel Kurban had the opportunity to open a hospitality business in Richmond he was adamant it wouldn’t be your run-of-the-mill café.
“Everyone is doing cafes, it’s boring. Melbourne needs something different,” he says.
Instead Kurban decided to open up Bissel B, a Richmond bagel shop (find them using the arervo journey planner app) offering a Melbourne take on New York’s famous bagels, plus excellent coffee. Grabbing a bite from Bissel B won’t break your bank either, with schmear-filled (cream cheese) bagels costing less than $10.