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For decades the corner block at 347 Reynard St was familiar to locals as Emil and Houda El-Khoury’s milk bar, where they just happened to raise six children in a two-bedroom house out the back.

With a fresh perspective from the next generation, the family business has evolved from a traditional corner Milk Bar to Emil’s Café which now boasts a revamped dining space offering a delightfully array of breakfast, brunch and lunch options, complemented by a charming courtyard.

News about Emil's Cafe

The milk bar cafe that’s got RecipeTin Eats’ seal of approval

A family-run milk bar in Melbourne’s north has been converted by the next generation into a cafe that’s big on heritage. And it’s proving a hit with visitors from near and far.

Gastrology Experience

Delphine and John from Gastrology shared a blog post about their experience from Emil’s recently.

A Pascoe Vale South’s Milk Bar Legacy Continues at Emil’s Cafe

Two Pascoe Vale brothers are turning their childhood home into an all-day cafe. See the details here.

Brothers turn childhood home into cafe

Two Pascoe Vale brothers are turning their childhood home into an all-day cafe. See the details here.

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