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While Melburnians tend to associate High Street with shopping and Glenferrie Road with eating, the divide isn’t that simple.

While High Street contains more than enough options to keep you fuelled between change rooms, Glenferrie Road is coming more and more to resemble a universe condensed. And with each addition to Armadale’s streetscape adhering to the high standards that set this suburb apart, all of your choices — either retail or culinary — are bound to be top of their game.


All about conscious eating, Walk Don’t Run is a calm and inviting local that’s effortlessly chic space mirrors its simple but powerful menu.

Focusing on sustainable lifestyle practices - mindful eating with organic, locally sourced produce - their guilt free dishes give new meaning to healthy living.

The coffee is Allpress, the bread is Noisette, and the staff are delightful.

Coin Laundry is a charming corner café with a bright, airy interior and a focus on the best of seasonal produce. And with breakfasts such as caramelised french toast on offer, it sure beats doing the washing.

Mr Hubbard is yet another example of Wattletree Road’s uniquely appealing sense of community.

Bookended by two of Melbourne’s most vibrant streets, it is small village warmth that reigns in this tree-lined stretch, with Mr Hubbard’s rustic-yet-gourmet sensibility fitting perfectly into the mix.

Phillipa’s has become somewhat of an institution for those who love their bread crusty and their pasteries buttery.

With shelves laden with perfectly baked biscuits, hand-roasted nuts, homemade preserves and traditional French loaves, it’s easy to see why Phillipa’s continues to be to the go-to bakehouse for food enthusiasts.

Gardiner & Field is as charming and wholesome as something you’d find in the country,

with a menu and interior aesthetic that is inarguably Melbourne. A favourite amongst Armadale locals for their ability to make healthy food taste good, the thoughtfulness of this café even extends to packing lunch boxes you can take with you if you’re rushed.

Sagra is a bold, multi-level Italian food and culture emporium serving up a plethora of traditionally inspired goodies sure to inspire all of your senses.

This former garage-come boutique artisan space features a restaurant, alimentare and enoteca on the ground level, function spaces and an art gallery on the mezzanine, while a bar serving up jaw-dropping cocktails overlooks city views on the top level.

Like stumbling upon your own little pocket of Europe, Toorak Cellars is a Parisian-inspired winebar,

masquerading also as an upmarket bottleshop. Sourcing, selling and, of course, serving up an eclectic array of both local and international wines and beers, drop by for a glass and leave with the bottle.

The Tasting Table has all of the unusual drops you won’t find in a bottle shop. The best thing about this store is that you can taste the wine before you commit to a bottle, with a rotating selection of by-the-glass wines readily available.

High Street is a year-round runway for the most covetable names in Australian and international fashion.

Behind the glossy windows bearing names such as ACNE, Ginger & Smart, Josh Goot and Megan Park, you’ll find endless potential for wardrobe reconstruction.

Timeless, elegant and with an unquestionable femininity, Megan Park has long been coveted by those who appreciate quality equally as they do style. With designs having graced the covers of British Vogue, this Malvern icon is sure to have the perfect gown for any occasion waiting on its racks.

Lauriston Girls’ and Malvern Central School are but two of the superstar academic names to be found in Armadale.

The calibre of schools in this area is one of the many reasons why so many of the Melbourne’s most discerning families choose to make their homes here.

Narby Armadale Station provides fast-track routes into the CBD. Wherever you find yourself in this suburb, there’s bound to be transport close by.