When I was doing my research for which cafe to hunt for, Seven Seeds Specialty Coffee is one of a search results that constantly pop out. Asked my friend is it worth to try it and their response was, they were once very good, since then their quality drop. However traveller like me still worth to visit once.
Oh well, still pay a visit to them after brunch at Three Bags Full. Love all the cafe concept here as it do look like a dead place and upon entering the door, you will be greeted with bustling noises.
Another impressive interior coffee place. Really love their design and Seven Seeds is actually one of a roasters.
Again, waiting in queue is necessary as it easily takes about 10-30 minutes, depending on your luck of arriving on that period of time. We were lucky as we got our spot for less than 10 minutes.
Love the little shelf that sits at the cashier area for you to choose from.
Was told that at time they have coffee tasting. .
Tried out their latte and long black. Slightly more acidic as not really my type of coffee for me.
Latte @ AUD 4
What stood out is their Mork Hot Chocolate @ Aud 4.50 as this is my first time to come across such combination where they add in a long piece of chocolate for it to melt.
Super full from brunch and still feel like ordering another dish which is their 24 hours slowed cook goat shoulder yellow curry with roasted cauliflower and roti bread. @ Aud 18. Great combination of curry as can taste the spices of it, not too spicy which I think the locals will accept it and its a pretty decent portion too.
Its great to see some of my friends here after 10 years and also brining me around for great food and cafe hoping.
Like they said, Seven Seeds is worth to visit once as I love their another concept at Docklands.
Seven Seeds Specialty Coffee
106-114 Berkeley St,
Carlton VIC 3053, Australia
Phone:+61 3 9347 8664
Mon – Sat 7am – 5pm
Sunday 8am – 5pm
Kitchen Closes at 3pm daily