Ash & Monties Espresso Bar

West End

West End's cool new coffee nook is Ash & Monties Espresso Bar and Kitchen serving top notch breakfast, lunch and coffee.

Man sitting on stool at counter of Ash & Monties Espresso Bar in West End

Owned and operated by award winning chef Lorenzo Nobilio (Bistro Alegria) and Richard Mastro, this hole-in-the wall cafe can be found tucked away on Ashington Street off Montague Road; where stools line the laneway and the building's facade features a funky mural by local street artist Gus Eagleton.  

Cafe Latte in glass served with a sweet

Sit back, relax and enjoy a cup of locally roasted coffee by Veneziano with breakfast served til 11am. Breakfast fare ranges from house made muesli and mango lassi (mango, yoghurt, honey and cardamon) to A&M Breaky buns filled with honey baked bacon, mushrooms, spinach, eggs and tomato relish and Croque Madames (ham and manchego cheese between toasted sourdough topped with a fried egg).

Salad dish

The lunch menu, served til 2pm, is as multicultural as the West End: Italian pork roast with coleslaw on crusty rolls, New York cheese burgers, German hotdogs, Mexican quesadillas, Greek and Moroccan couscous salads.  

by Deb Lidster

Ash & Monties Espresso Bar 

1A/304 Montague Rd

West End 

Mon-Fri 6-2:30

Sat 6-1

0447 843 062


304 Montague Rd West End

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