A breakfast cafe that will be located in the former Bunnings supermarket in Melbourne’s inner-west has been confirmed as the site for Melbourne’s inaugural breakfast cafe.

The cafe will be run by local entrepreneurs from the local community, and will offer a menu of Australian breakfast classics, as well as serving a variety of traditional Australian dishes.

The business will take its name from the famous ‘Bunnings’ breakfast store in the Australian capital.

It was opened in 2016, and has so far served over 4,000 people, according the Melbourne’s Daily Telegraph.

The menu will be served at lunchtime, and then again at breakfast, as a variety and specialty menu will feature the best of local ingredients.

It is set to open in the next two weeks, with the opening expected in the early hours of November 9.