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You minute steak baguette with beetroot relish, aioli and rocket or the Moroccan spiced chicken with warm cous cous and chickpea salad comes with a side of good karma and a fair go for all when you get it at the Mission Café. Staffed by hospitality professionals who work alongside and mentor individuals who may have missed educational opportunities and work experience due to mental illness, this café is part of the Prahran Mission's project to create social inclusion in the community.

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The Mission Café details

211 Chapel St, Prahran 3181

Telephone 03 9692 9579

Open Mon-Fri 7am-3.30pm; Sat 8am-4pm

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