The Age's recent "Coffee Army Handbook". Our first stop: Three Bags Full in Abbotsford. Whilst I'm no expert when it comes to coffee (quite frankly I can't stand the taste of it), I am quietly confident that these coffee hotspots around town will also serve a mean brunch. I was excited to try their peas and eggs dish and it didn't disappoint with sweet crushed peas, perfectly poached eggs, a tangy tomato vinaigrette and crumbly feta. I felt comfortably full but not roll-me-out-of-here full and washed it down with a refreshing watermelon, strawberry, apple and mint juice. I won't deny that the sweet tooth in me felt a little food envy for Ben's incredible twice baked french toast with creme patisserie, rhubarb and almonds. It was a taste sensation but let's be honest, it's really a dessert more than a breakfast dish! I have it on good authority that the coffee was excellent too as Ben had 2 (or was it 3?!) as I sat sipping a chamomile tea. All up my meal was $24.00, not bad for a satisfying, slow Saturday morning.