OUR STORY

Eat. Drink. Celebrate life.

Sartoria refers to the successful dressmaking, bridal and evening wear business in the 70’s created by J & C Agricola using much of the equipment which now adorns all areas of this modern eatery. Today the legacy continues through their next generation bringing you Sartoria. Eat. Drink. Celebrate life.

Adriana Agricola
Owner / Managing Director

Our Philosophy

Our eggs are free range sourced throughout Victoria. The Sartoria kitchen sources local at every opportunity and supports producers who are as passionate about food as we are.

We love Pepe Saya butter company, 5 & Dime bagels, Dr Marty’s organic crumpets, Mt Zero Olives, Where’s Marcel? coffee, Chai Boy chai, Monsieur Truffe, Butterbing and Storm in a Teacup.

OUR STORY

Sartoria was once a successful dressmaking, bridal and evening wear business from the 70’s through the 90’s created by J & C Agricola. In modern day, the whole space has been transformed into a friendly, warm light filled café and eatery adorned with machinery and novelties straight from it’s dress factory days.

We are a fully licensed, our menu is filled with innovative brunch and lunch dishes – all unique from one another to suit any palette. Sartoria is a spot to make you feel at home with an exceptional customer service and great specialty coffee.

We bring you Sartoria.
Eat. Drink. Celebrate Life.

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Our Philosophy

Our eggs are free range sourced throughout Victoria. The Sartoria kitchen sources local at every opportunity and supports producers who are as passionate about food as we are.
We love Pepe Saya butter company, 5 & Dime bagels, Dr Marty’s organic crumpets, Pink Lake Salt from Mount Zero, Where’s Marcel? Coffee, Chai Boy chai, Mörk, Noisette, Butterbing and Storm in a Teacup.

 

 

Creator / Owner / Managing Director:
Adriana Agricola

OUR SNAPS

Our Menu

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MEDIA

The Age Good Food
Leanne Clancey


With the opening of Sartoria eatery, the coffee and cocktails are flowing and Preston has officially achieved “hot-right-now” status.

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Broadsheet Melbourne
Nick Connellan


It’s an exciting new chapter for a space already stacked with personal history.

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Concrete Playground
Libby Curran


Smart brunch fare, contemporary digs and daytime cocktails – it’s fair to say Sartoria has the area’s cafe needs all sewn up.

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Australian Good Food Guide


(The) inside feels fresh and bright, with crisp white subway tiles lining the front counter and splashes of orange adding a warm touch to a contemporary space.

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Broadsheet Melbourne – Eight New Places to Eat in Melbourne
Tacey Rychter


This place is so steeped in history, you can still see it; sewing machines, fabric rolls, bits of thread. Owner Adriana Agricola bought the 50-year-old Preston dress factory she grew up in, and turned it into a bright, friendly cafe.

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Melbourne Breakfast Diary – Melbourne’s Best Waffles


Whether you are a sweet or savoury fan, waffles are becoming an essential part of Melbourne’s breakfast culture…

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The Urban List – The Best New Melbourne Cafes of 2016

Pip Jarvis


It’s been a bumper six months for new Melbourne cafe openings, and we’re sure as heck not complaining. Here’s where to head for an acai bowl fix, lazy carb-laden lunch, or 3pm sweet treat. Behold Melbourne’s best new cafes of 2016… so far.

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The Urban List – 9 New Melbourne Breakfast Spots You Should Know About

Pip Jarvis


Bored of the same ol’ Melbourne breakfast spots? Ain’t no excuse for that. From clean eats to the calorific and jaw-droppingly theatric, breakfast in Melbourne has never tasted so damn good.

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Segmento – The story behind the name and success of a unique café-restaurant called Sartoria

Laura D’Angelo


Life can be drenched of delightful surprises if you only have the will and tenacity to look for them. Moments of pleasure in fact lie around the corner so just be open-minded and explore!

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The Herald Sun – sartoria proudly preston local though dishes are more global village

 


 

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The Urban List – Melbourne’s 50 Best Venues To Eat At In 2016

By Ellen Seah


Eating, dining, drinking – here are the best places to do all of them this year.

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CONTACT SARTORIA

address: 115 PLENTY ROAD,
address: PRESTON, VIC 3072

phone: +61 03 9480 5664

email: enquiries@sartoria.com.au

 

hours

MON – FRI 8AM – 3.30PM

SAT – SUN 8AM – 4PM

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To organise a private event or function please contact Adriana Agricola on 0413 428 186.

(Reservations are only Mon-Fri, minimum 8 people)

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