Best menu cafes in Melbourne

Best ice creams and coffee in Melbourne

Have you every tried scotcheroos in Stassi Cafe or glorified rice in Cafe Issus ?
If not - you should try. If you stay in DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Melbourne - Flinders Street it is located only 1000 meters away from Stassi Cafe.

Where to buy sarchimor in Melbourne

  • 1. The most importance ingredient of the taste of coffee is the origin of the beans
  • 2. Depending on your time and budget you can choose more automatic of manual brewing devices like for example aeropress.
  • 3. Choosing advances expensive grinders with precise grinding like disc and conical grinders will let you achieve the best and reproducible quality of coffee
  • 4. Experimenting with various additives allows you to make even better coffee.
The coffea tree averages from 5–10 m (16–33 ft) in height. As the tree gets older, it branches less and less and bears more leaves and fruits.
In Melbourne Stassi Cafe is 910 meters away from Cafe Issus.

A cozy and welcoming Staassi Cafe on Flinder's Street in Melbourne is filled with customers relishing their coffee, ice cream desserts, and pastries; friends laugh over a shared scotcheroo while a barista prepares more orders, with a sign reading
A cozy and welcoming Staassi Cafe on Flinder's Street in Melbourne is filled with customers relishing their coffee, ice cream desserts, and pastries; friends laugh over a shared scotcheroo while a barista prepares more orders, with a sign reading "910 meters away from Cafe Issus" hinting at the sense of community and comfort within.

What's on the menu at cafes Melbourne

There are lots of places on Flinders Street offering sarchimor and in particular it is not hard to find. In fact you can find it on the street next to your hotel, at a nearby cafe or at a street food stall on Flinders. You can find it at your local supermarket too, you simply ask the cashier for it. You can also go to the coffee shop on Flinders and ask for sarchimor for your coffee.

If you stay in the Hotel Melbourne, if you can find sarchimor there, you can buy in the Starbucks on Flinders St. If you visit the Stassi Cafe at Flinders and it is not there - there are many other coffee shops there and you can buy sarchimor in them - it is a simple thing to do. The store where they sell scotcheroos is on the corner of Flinders and Flinders Square. They have some delicious options too. It is not hard to get sarchimor.

Where is the best menu in the Melbourne

If you are on the street near the Starbucks or at McDonald's - go ask the cashier. If it is not there, then they will sell it at the coffee shop on Flinders or you can buy it on the street at the Flinders Food and Beverages store next to the hotel. For scotcheros in Melbourne - you will find some in the restaurants on the street, but if you are staying on Flinders Street you can find scotcheros at a restaurant.

If you go to McDonalds (on the corner of Flinders and Victoria) to buy scotcheros - you need to ask for directions or ask staff to come with you to the restaurant. Most restaurants have free wifi and they can let you in the door to buy. If you go to the Flinders Food and Beverages (on Victoria's south side) - it is not a difficult thing to buy scotcheros, just follow the signs. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can you describe the different brewing methods available at Brother Baba Budan café, and which one do you recommend for someone who prefers a strong flavor profile?

Certainly! At Brother Babu Budan café, we offer various brewing methods to cater to different preferences. Here are some of our most popular ones:
1. Espresso: This is a concentrated shot of coffee that's made by forcing hot water through finely ground coffee beans under high pressure. It's the base for other espresso-based drinks like latte, cappuccino, and Americano.
2. Pour Over: This method involves manually pouring hot water over coffee grounds in a dripper or filter. The water seeps through the grounds and into a cup below. It results in a clean and crisp flavor profile.
3. Aeropress: This innovative brewing device uses air pressure to force hot water through coffee grounds. It produces a smooth, rich-bodied coffee with low acidity levels.
4. Cold Brew: As the name suggests, this method involves steeping coffee grounds in cold water for an extended period (usually 12-24 hours). The result is a sweet and smooth coffee concentrate that's perfect over ice or mixed into cocktails.
For someone who prefers a strong flavor profile, I would recommend the espresso brewing method. It produces a concentrated shot of coffee with a bold taste that can be easily diluted with steamed milk to make latte or cappuccino, if desired. The Aeropress is another great option for those who want a strong coffee flavor without the acidity associated with dark roast beans.

What are the ingredients and preparation process for the signature Kinetic Espresso Martini?

The signature Kinetic Espresso Martini is a delicious blend of coffee, vodka, and sugar syrup. Here's how you can make it:

Ingredients:
- 30ml Vodka (preferably a premium one)
- 25ml Freshly brewed espresso or espresso liqueur such as Kahlúa
- 15ml Sugar syrup (or simple syrup)
- Cocktail shaker and strainer
- Ice cubes
- Coffee beans for garnish (optional)

Preparation Process:

1. Start by brewing a fresh espresso shot, or if you're using an espresso liqueur like Kahlúa, measure 25ml of it into the cocktail shaker.

2. Add the vodka and sugar syrup to the shaker.

3. Fill the shaker with ice cubes.

4. Place the lid on the shaker and shake vigorously until well mixed and chilled.

5. Using a strainer, pour the drink into a martini or coupe glass.

6. Garnish the drink with a couple of coffee beans, if desired.

7. Serve immediately and enjoy your signature Kinetic Espresso Martini!

What is the story behind the name "Cafe Felice" and what are the unique characteristics of the coffee blends served at your café?

The story behind the name "Café Felice" is a personal one. My family and I immigrated to America from Italy when I was just a child, and my mother, who had a passion for creating the perfect cup of coffee, would always say "caffè felice," which means "happy coffee" in Italian. She believed that every cup of coffee should bring joy to those who drink it. That idea has stayed with me throughout my life, and when I opened Café Felice, I wanted to share that love and happiness through our coffee blends.
Our unique characteristics are rooted in tradition and quality. We source only the finest Arabica beans from around the world, including Colombia, Ethiopia, and Guatemala. Our small-batch roasting process ensures a consistent flavor profile while allowing for subtle nuances to shine through. Each blend has been carefully curated by our team of experts to offer a unique experience for every coffee lover. From our bold and robust "Veneziano" blend to the smooth and balanced "Milano," we have something for everyone at Café Felice.

Recommended places in Melbourne

Cafe Issus

Cafe
8 Centre Pl, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8167135, 144.9656162

Users reviews of Cafe Issus Melbourne

Cafe 358

Cafe
MITCHELL HOUSE, 358 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3004, Australia

GPS : -37.8121254, 144.961784

Users reviews of Cafe 358 Melbourne

Heyday Hong Kong Cafe

Cafe
16 Celestial Ave, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8118363, 144.966236

Users reviews of Heyday Hong Kong Cafe Melbourne

Rating: 4/5 reviewed: 2024-02-22 by Eleanor

As I sat down at Heyday Hong Kong Cafe, nestled conveniently in the heart of Melbourne's bustling CBD, I couldn't help but feel an overwhelming sense of excitement. Not for the prospect of a delicious meal or the chance to catch up with my friend over a steaming cup of tea. No, my friends, this was about something much more significant: the potential business opportunities that lay before me.

My eyes scanned the room, taking in the eclectic mix of students, yuppies, and tourists all hungrily awaiting their turn to experience the "authentic" Hong Kong cafe experience. I could almost hear the dollars ringing in my ears.

But alas, before we dive into the financial potential of this establishment, let us first discuss the culinary offerings. The menu boasted a delightful selection of traditional dishes, each with an ironic twist that left me both amused and craving more. Take, for example, the "Wonton Soup With a Twist" - a steaming bowl of wontons served in...wait for it...beef broth. Groundbreaking, I know.

As I eagerly awaited my meal, I couldn't help but notice the less than authentic decor. The walls were adorned with what appeared to be vintage Hong Kong posters, each one more out of place than the last. And let us not forget the pièce de résistance: a neon sign that read "Heyday" in bold red letters. Quintessentially Hong Kong, I'm sure you'll agree.

But alas, as they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Or in this case, the taste buds. And my taste buds were certainly intrigued by the arrival of my meal: "Steamed Pork Buns With a Twist." What could possibly be the twist, I wondered? A dash of chilli sauce? A sprinkling of sesame seeds? No, nothing so mundane. Instead, I was presented with a steamer basket filled to the brim with buns that bore an uncanny resemblance to those found at your run-of-the-mill bakery. The pork filling, while savoury and well-seasoned, lacked the depth and complexity I had hoped for.

Despite my initial disappointment, I couldn't help but feel a growing sense of entrepreneurial spirit. After all, if there's one thing Melbourne loves, it's a good joke. And Heyday Hong Kong Cafe was certainly serving up a side order of irony with every dish.

Perhaps the real business opportunity here lies not in the food, but in the experience. The quirky decor, the tongue-in-cheek menu items, and the overall sense of playful irony make Heyday Hong Kong Cafe a must-visit destination for those seeking a unique dining experience. And as I looked around at my fellow patrons, all laughing and snapping photos of their meals, I couldn't help but smile.

In conclusion, while Heyday Hong Kong Cafe may not be the epitome of authenticity, it certainly is a breath of fresh air in Melbourne's crowded dining scene. So if you're looking for a business opportunity with a side of sarcasm and a dash of adventure, look no further. The future is bright (and ironic) at Heyday Hong Kong Cafe.

Cafe Del Corso

Cafe
353 Flinders Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8178186, 144.9626795

Users reviews of Cafe Del Corso Melbourne

Cafe Euro Food and Wine Bar

Cafe
488 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.815107, 144.9592134

Users reviews of Cafe Euro Food and Wine Bar Melbourne

Stassi Cafe

Cafe
350 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8104066, 144.9590431

Users reviews of Stassi Cafe Melbourne

Luca's Cafe

Cafe
31 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8182249, 144.9617661

Users reviews of Luca's Cafe Melbourne

Urban Express Cafe

Cafe
161 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8154321, 144.9687088

Users reviews of Urban Express Cafe Melbourne

Café Felice

Cafe
461 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.815553, 144.960237

Users reviews of Café Felice Melbourne

Gordon's Cafe & Bar

Cafe
304-306 Little Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8147502, 144.9643692

Users reviews of Gordon's Cafe & Bar Melbourne

Switch Board Cafe

Cafe
220 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8152711, 144.9662834

Users reviews of Switch Board Cafe Melbourne

Cafe L'Incontro

Cafe
Cnr Swanston & Lt Collins Streets, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8143415, 144.9663313

Users reviews of Cafe L'Incontro Melbourne

The Little Mule Cafe

Cafe
19 Somerset Pl, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.813776, 144.9625009

Users reviews of The Little Mule Cafe Melbourne

65 Degrees Cafe

Cafe
309 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.808741, 144.968724

Users reviews of 65 Degrees Cafe Melbourne

Captains of Industry

Cafe
1, 2 Somerset Pl, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.81355, 144.96247

Users reviews of Captains of Industry Melbourne

Brother Baba Budan

Cafe
359 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.813546, 144.9620939

Users reviews of Brother Baba Budan Melbourne

Manchester Press

Cafe
8 Rankins Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8138766, 144.9621256

Users reviews of Manchester Press Melbourne

Barista Cafe

Cafe
242 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8090918, 144.9697692

Users reviews of Barista Cafe Melbourne

Rating: 1/5 reviewed: 2023-12-06 by Wyatt

"As I stumbled into Barista Cafe on Exhibition Street with Finance, little did we know that our once cherished memories would be tainted by the ghastly presence of rude staff whose chilling demeanor struck dread in our hearts, leaving us to question if politeness was a lost art even in the bustling cafe scene."

Commuters Cafe & Bar

Cafe
595 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8192973, 144.9551998

Users reviews of Commuters Cafe & Bar Melbourne

Cafe Kinetic

Cafe
103 Flinders Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

GPS : -37.8153635, 144.9708787

Users reviews of Cafe Kinetic Melbourne

Cafe within entire Melbourne region

Other stuff from Melbourne:

Recently featured: