Seddon is one suburb that is well acquainted with quirky cafes. The Little Man is the latest to pop up, and he's quite the honest guy. Tall glass windows allow you to get a good glimpse of its interior, reminiscent of Scandinavia; clean surfaces, exposed bricks and neutral furniture. Cool tones are echoed through its playful blue tiles and closely matched cups and saucers.
The menu is relatively simple but features beloved favourites with egg variations, sweet corn hot cakes and colourful salads. Better still, it's all day breakfast with lunch options served from 11.30am onwards. Coffee is supplied by Five Senses and should you prefer elsewise, they also offer Chamellia teas.
Families with younger children are welcome and they may choose a Nutella or Jam crepe with ice cream to content themselves with. The cafe is open 6 days a week, closed Tuesdays. That might sound like bad news, but at least they'll still cure Mondayitis.
Mon, Wed-Fri: 7am - 4pm
Sat, Sun: 8am - 4pm
Find them at 158 Victoria Street, Seddon