Wednesday, 24 March 2010
Seven Seeds @ 114 Berkeley Street, North Melbourne
Sisterly love knows no bounds... The same blood runs through their veins... Quiet and a boring facade she shows...
Seven Seeds... quaint Big Sister of Brother Baba Budan
A cute coffee plant grows in their grounds
Beautifully knitted lamp shades...
Menus kept in old artillery/ammo casings ^_^
Bicycles kept alligned on a wall... I think I've come home!!
Breakfast seems to be the main reason why people are here, and yes, the great coffee as well.. (mind you, we stepped in here at about 2pm on a Sunday!)
The Boy and Cousin A being wimps to coffee ordered a Mocha (and complained that it was still too much coffee! What fools!!!)
I was boring, but I love their Latte... just as good as BBB =)
Aunty Ev (Please don't kill me... I love you!)... had freshly brewed coffee from the clover machine (BBB has one too)...
Every day it's a different bean that gets the honour of being in the clover machine... I can't remember what Ev had tho... it was very good though.. I remember it was a single origin coffee.. so =)
Seven seeds source green coffee from around the world and concentrate on Estate, Micro lot and Single Origin coffees (http://www.sevenseeds.com.au)
Overall Food Rating: - (I didn't eat there this time round, visit was purely for the coffee.. next time ;>)
Cafe ambiance: 9/10
Value for money: 9/10
114 Berkley St, Carlton
Tel: 9347 8664
Monday - Saturday : 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday : 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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