With a hit of inspiration at every turn, Arrival Hall may be small, but it’s perfectly formed.

This concept café and homewares store presents Australian flavours with Scandinavian functionality and flair. Step through the doors of the late 19th-century dwelling and you’ll be greeted with an impeccably styled showroom, where soft pastels meet pale wood, with glassware glistening in the sunlight-soaked dining area.

This same artful aesthetic extends to the menu, starting with the Jerusalem artichoke tartine, where roasted ’chokes, parsnip purée and cherry tomatoes are balanced atop a slice of charred sourdough from Miller + Baker.

Step through the doors of the late 19th-century dwelling and you’ll be greeted with an impeccably styled showroom, where soft pastels meet pale wood, with glassware glistening in the sunlight-soaked dining area.

The pulled beef and kombu cream rice bowl, meanwhile, is a hearty dish bringing black rice, a tangy salad, a dash of pineapple and pull-apart beef together with a gooey egg and an umami kick. For those on the go, the brekkie burritos pack a pocket-sized punch of flavour, with scrambled eggs, chorizo crumbs and a dash of spicy salsa roja.

Pair it with a coffee or hojicha latte – served in the very cups and glassware that grace the retail shelves – then browse the impressive curation of designer gifts, knick-knacks and books for dessert.