Russian Titbits adds to the multicultural mixing pot in Carnegie and offers much for your pots! Sausages from across Eastern Europe, hams and frankfurts are produced in the factory at the rear 🍖
✅ Snacks ✅ Seasonings ✅ Meat … and even dumplings ✅ ! Hao’s Asian grocer sells premium Japanese, Korean and Chinese food! They’ve got it all for you!
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Pop on in to this welcoming cafe for some great food and service in a relaxed atmosphere.
The menu offers a variety of breakfast options which is served all day while their lunch menu embraces an Italian flare.
For over 20 years Glen Eira Physiotherapy and Physiolates have treated patients with high quality care by highly experienced and dedicated staff.
Seeking something a little bit different in Carnegie for dinner? Poco Loco Cantina, located on Morten Ave just off Koornang Road, offers traditional Mexican food within a refurbished garage giving it quirky atmosphere you will fall in love with.
The old-school take-away corner store is where most of us venture for some fish and chips when those cravings hit. But what if your local store is not just your average fish and chippery? The lucky locals of Carnegie have exactly this in their neighbourhood. Locals are spoiled with At The Catch Carnegie where the only things old-school about them is their exceptional service and recipes!
A family run business, Lizzy’s Chocolates has been a sweet lovers institution for over 35 years.
Established in 1989, Duldig & Russo Optometry have been serving the Carnegie Community for over 30 years.
CONVENIENCE, lifestyle and lattes. That could be the catchphrase for Carnegie, a small suburb in Melbourne’s south east that is punching well above its weight — and the state’s average — when it comes to location and livability factors.