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Recent Reviews

  • 8.0

    kalinka reviewed Ocean View Cafe 1 review  ·  30 minutes ago

    Average quality food, very expensive for what it is & the servings aren't particularly generous. However the coffee is awesome and the staff are welcoming and friendly.

  • 8.8

    terrychapman reviewed Tom Dick & Harry Cafe 8 reviews  ·  39 minutes ago

    Great food and pretty good coffee. They use Illy which I was a bit unsure of at first as I'm used to all the awesome specialty coffee roasters around Melbourne, but I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I had a long black, there was no bitterness and it had a nice chocolaty creamy taste. The guys are all very friendly and up for a chat too.

  • 7.8

    julian.j.young reviewed Little Bean Blue 3 reviews  ·  2 hours ago

    Honduran single origin as espresso was delightful. A very dark crema with expectations of an ashy, bitterness blown away with the brightness of the pineapple, apricot, dark chocolate cake and full roundness.
    The house blend as a flat white less impressive. Tasted like a soy milk coffee, very mild and forgettable.

Top Cafes in Melbourne

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6. LB2 Specialty Coffee
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8. T-Roy Browns
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9. Oak Room
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10. Monk Bodhi Dharma
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Recent Reviews

  • 8.0

    kalinka reviewed Ocean View Cafe 1 review  ·  30 minutes ago

    Average quality food, very expensive for what it is & the servings aren't particularly generous. However the coffee is awesome and the staff are welcoming and friendly.

  • 8.8

    terrychapman reviewed Tom Dick & Harry Cafe 8 reviews  ·  39 minutes ago

    Great food and pretty good coffee. They use Illy which I was a bit unsure of at first as I'm used to all the awesome specialty coffee roasters around Melbourne, but I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I had a long black, there was no bitterness and it had a nice chocolaty creamy taste. The guys are all very friendly and up for a chat too.

  • 7.8

    julian.j.young reviewed Little Bean Blue 3 reviews  ·  2 hours ago

    Honduran single origin as espresso was delightful. A very dark crema with expectations of an ashy, bitterness blown away with the brightness of the pineapple, apricot, dark chocolate cake and full roundness.
    The house blend as a flat white less impressive. Tasted like a soy milk coffee, very mild and forgettable.

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