No Eggs on Toast · The Story of Hardware Société

by Amanda Pantas March 13, 2019 1 min read

Coinciding with both their 10 Year Anniversary and new cafe site in the CBD, Padre family member and Melbourne institution Hardware Société have released their first cookbook, fittingly titled No Eggs on Toast. Born in the laneways of Melbourne, the book documents Hardware’s journey from Melbourne to the streets of Paris.

A story that is lovingly told through a series of extraordinary recipes and incredibly beautiful photographs. We recently joined owners Will and Di, and the rest of the extended Hardware family at the launch of No Eggs on Toast in their incredible new space at 10 Katherine Place.

We’ve been a part of the Hardware story from the beginning, and couldn’t be prouder of our friends for their hard work, determination and loyalty. Bring on the next 10 years! Rest assured, the team will still be serving Padre Coffee alongside their delicious food at 123 Hardware St - because what would Hardware Street be without Hardware Société? No Eggs on Toast is now available in our stores and online

(Above) General Manager Aaron from Hardware Société at the launch of No Eggs on Toast. 



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