This stylish venue is more restaurant than cafe, more cafe than restaurant, and entirely delicious.
Great coffee and a menu filled with unique and original culinary creations.
The ultimate guide to Melbourne's hole-in-the-wall cafes
We found Melbourne's tiniest cafes in laneways, under train tracks and on top of traffic islands.
Delhi Rocks is a family-run Indian diner dishing up classic Indian recipes since 2006.
No lattes. No long blacks. No flat whites. Just the best boutique coffee with or without milk.
Swanston Halal Food Centre
Serving delicious kebabs, snack packs, juicy burgers and pizzas 24 hours a day.
Cosy cafe on Exhibition Street serving hot breakfasts, soup, muffins and slices.
Bonnie & Duke Cafe
Healthy takeaway food options including bircher muesli, salads, soups, rolls and wraps.
Centro Espresso Caffe
Delicious snacks and great coffee to refuel while people-watching in bustling Centre Place.
House of Cards Espresso
At Boyd Community Hub, this socially responsible cafe serves speciality coffee and sweet treats.
Jungle Juice Bar
Jungle Juice Bar on Centre Place serve seriously good coffee along with delicious food.
The Travellers Bar
In the evening, enjoy some of the best local Australian produced spirits and inspired cocktails.