Two reasonably good coffees (but not noteworthy, and lacking sufficient punch); and one fresh custard doughnut. Coffee too bland to be memorable. Service friendly. Seating available.
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Stopped in mid-morning for quick pitstop before visiting the market. Whilst the hot chocolates were a hit with the kids and the lattes were very, very good, it was the warmed castagnaccio, a chestnut, raisin and rosemary cake that was outstanding. It was just gorgeous.
I stopped by at this coffee shop with a coupon I got from Queen Victoria Market. The coffee was so so well. I enjoyed watching the people out int the street.
Adjacent to the QV Markets, this café has a nice homely Italian family feel with a nice range of coffee accessories (pots, percolators, grinders etc.) on display indicating they are serious about their offerings. Taste did not disappoint with the coffee having a strong crema,...More
This place has some of the best coffee in Melbourne but the food side is very average. Salads are extraordinary expensive for very small serves. Simply go there for a good coffee but give lunch a miss. There are heaps better value places around the...More
After going to QV Market, we always enjoy a coffee at this café. The service is quick and the coffee good. Worth a visit after a hectic market place.
It's nice to see actual Italians who prepare and serve their own coffee. The atmosphere you can feel in this coffee place is nice and chilled plus friendly and enthusiastic. Everybody seems very passionate about their job: the coffees are really good not to talk...More
A large range of coffee making accessories for the home barrister are available. There are coffee beans from fifteen different countries on sale. A wide choice of lunch time snacks are on offer. We do not know if it was a "one off" or not,...More