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Rose & Clive Roaming Canteen in Cheltenham

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Writer, blogger, Mum-of-two. Advocate for sustainable fashion (recycled-fashion.com) melbourne.kidtown.com.au
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Rose & Clive is new venture that popped up in Cheltenham just three weeks ago. Mini KidTown and I popped by to see what it's all about.

c/o Rose & Clive Facebook


Operating as a 'roaming canteen' this bright and airy open space is home to a pristine turquoise Kombi van serving takeaway coffees, chais, bounty hot chocolates (which are amazing by the way) babycinos and the like.

Rose & Clive Roaming Canteen in Cheltenham Montage


Foodwise, expect lunchtime snacks; toasted sandwiches, pastries and home baked empanadas aka 'Spanish pies' cooked fresh in Brunswick by the owner's mother!

Rose & Clive is not so much a cafe, but a space to show off their mobile food services catering greater Melbourne.

That said, this light warehouse-style space, tucked away in a suburban street in Melbourne Southeast is a welcoming venue for families open every day of the week.

With a basket filled with toys, upcycled denim bean bags to lounge about on and DIY fairy bread* kiddies love it here as much as Mums and Dads enjoy the serenity.

DIY fairy bread: your kids spread their own bread with butter, sprinkle with hundreds & thousands and use cookie cutters to shape their own treats.*

DIY fairy bread


Swing by if you're in the area. Rose & Clive is open 7am - 2pm on a Monday and 7am - 3pm Tuesday - Sunday.

Where: Rose & Clive, 1/16 Charlton Avenue
Cheltenham, VIC
Facebook: HERE

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