Melbourne is a big city, but with a big variety of cafes and cafes that cater to different tastes.
This guide aims to give you a better understanding of how to enjoy your favourite Korean coffee shop.
What are some of the best places to get a coffee?
If you’re not into the Korean food scene, you might not be able to find a place to get the kind of food and drinks you crave.
But you’re in luck if you’re visiting the Sunshine State, because there are plenty of delicious Korean coffee spots around.
Find out which are the best to try.
If you can’t find any cafes near you, check out our guide to the best coffee shops around Melbourne.
The list below is organised by cafe type and includes information on how to get there.
If there’s a coffee shop close by, just ask, as they’ll likely have it.
If the cafe you want isn’t listed, don’t fret.
There are plenty to choose from around Melbourne, and the information in this guide will give you the best information possible.
Best places to eat at cafes If you want to eat out but don’t want to spend a fortune on a table, Melbourne has a wide range of delicious food and drink options, from Korean food and coffee to local, regional and vegan options.
Check out the full list of restaurants and cafes in Melbourne to find your ideal spot.
Here’s a look at some of our favourite places to go out and enjoy a cup of coffee: Cafe KBSK – KBS Kitchen – Korean Restaurant in Melbourne’s CBD – This cafe is tucked away in the heart of the CBD.
Located on a small, narrow street, it’s got a menu of Korean-inspired dishes that includes a few that aren’t as popular as other Korean restaurants.
It’s also known for its free-range chickens, and a few of the dishes on offer are made with ingredients from chickens raised in the KBS garden.
KBS, or KBS-K Kitchen, opened in February 2018 and offers a wide variety of dishes from their menu of traditional Korean dishes to vegetarian options.
They’re open 24 hours a day and offer a variety of drinks from craft beers to wines.
The cafe also has a large selection of plates and plates of different sizes to fit your budget.
KCSC – KCS Kitchen – Contemporary Korean Restaurant – KCC – K-Chin – KCDC – Korean Café in Adelaide’s CBD – KCDM – KCDO – Korean Coffee House in Adelaide – KCK – Cafe in Melbourne CBD – KRIS – Kori’s Korean Cafe in South Yarra – KSRN – KSRP – Korean Rice Café in North Geelong – KSOO – Cafe of the Stars in Melbourne – KRST – Korean Tea Room in Melbourne.
You can also order your favourite coffee here.
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This cafe has a great selection of dishes made with organic ingredients, and is usually open between 7:30am and 11am daily.
The rooftop terrace of the cafe has been turned into a viewing platform, with the view over Melbourne harbour, so you can enjoy the view of the city and the city skyline.
It also has two terrace-style bars, and there’s plenty of seating.
It offers a range of tea and coffee drinks, with a full bar and a full menu available.
KTCN – Cafe and Restaurant in Canberra’s CBD.
You’ll find this cafe on a corner of Northbridge Road and Parramatta Road, in Canberra.
This is a small cafe with a large patio with views of the harbour and the CBD skyline.
There’s a menu for you to choose, and it’s open from 11am to 11pm Monday to Friday.
KTSC – Cafe & Restaurant in Newcastle’s CBD, and this is the place to go if you need something a little different than your typical cafe or restaurant.
You may have to spend some extra time here, as it’s only open from 9am to 8pm Monday-Friday.
KTXD – Korean Bistro in Sydney’s CBD and you’ll find it on a street in the CBD, right near the intersection of Parramourne and Westmead.
It has a full-service restaurant and has a Korean menu with a variety from traditional Korean to vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.
KTMQ – Korean Kitchen in Melbourne, Victoria’s CBD area.
This small restaurant has a variety menu of dishes and is open from 7:00am to 6:00pm Monday – Friday.
It can be a bit pricey if you go to a different cafe in the area, but if you’ve got a budget, you can get something reasonable with a Korean-style menu and reasonable prices.
KTRN – Korean Bar in Melbourne and this cafe is one of the more