Melbourne Cafe Tour

Every city has its unique flavor. In the streets and alleys of Melbourne, you can smell the fragrance of freshly ground coffee. In Amsterdam after dark, you smell the scent of marijuana from passers-by.

The Duck Coffee Shop in Windsor is located near Flinders Street and the City Library. It takes less than 5 minutes to walk from Flinders Station. There is a long queue of office workers here in the morning. Only in the afternoon can you sit inside this small shop. Inside the shop, there is a La Marzocco espresso machine and Dukes Espresso Bar. It is recommended to have a small cup of Flat White. It is not recommended to eat any bread here as they are too busy and don't have time to serve you bread.
Brother Baba Budan is a coffee hotspot in Melbourne that has become a pilgrimage site for coffee enthusiasts from around the world. It is hailed as the best coffee in Melbourne. The name BBB is in memory of the monk, Brother Baba Budan, who smuggled coffee beans from Yemen. The café is always crowded with people, and fans are constantly taking pictures to post on Instagram. Their coffee has also received acclaim at annual coffee tasting events.

Seven Seeds Coffee Roasters

Seven Seeds, a coffee shop, is located close to the Victoria Market in Melbourne. It is famous for roasting its own coffee beans, and many coffee shops in Melbourne use their beans. The shop is renovated from an old factory and has bicycles hanging on the walls. It is currently one of the largest coffee shops in Melbourne, but there is still a need to queue.