Calling all fans of Australian coffee and cafe scene! Singapore’s first Melbourne café street pop-up will be happening from 18 to 22 May 2017.
Fans of Melbourne’s cafe culture will be familiar with popular cafes such as Market Lane, St. ALi & Industry Beans. The good news? These three top cafes from Melbourne will be bringing their coffee to this street pop-up at Millenia Walk.
Sitting across Queen Victoria Market, Market Lane Coffee is a place where serious coffee drinkers come here for simple reasons—fragrant, acidic coffee. Definitely one of the best coffee spots in Melbourne.
Bustling and full of chatter, St ALi Coffee Roasters—one of the pioneers of specialty coffee in Melbourne—is housed in what used to be a warehouse near to South Melbourne Market, and the space is ever lively with club tracks and funky baristas.
As for Industry Beans, the coffee snob in you will be immensely satisfied after a trip here. The folks running this reputable business clearly know what they are doing and from aeropresses to the good old flat whites, they have got everything covered.
With free cappuccinos and espressos served from 11am – 5pm daily from 18 to 22 May 2017 at the Melbourne Café Street Pop-up, visitors are encouraged to walk around the cafes to discover their unique stories and coffee, and choose their favourite to grab a free cuppa as a morning wake-me-up or afternoon pick-me-up.
We don’t know about you, but we are so excited to know that these three famous Melbourne cafes will be in Singapore. If you have been to Melbourne before, we bet you are just as thrilled as us to hear about the news. If you have never been to the city, this is your best chance to sample a taste of Melbourne without flying down-under.
The Melbourne café street project in Singapore is a collaboration between Italian coffee machine brand De’Longhi, specialty coffee beans e-tailer Cafebond.com and Australian-based Harvey Norman Millenia Walk Flagship Superstore.
Singapore’s First Melbourne Café Street Pop-Up
Millenia Walk Atrium
9 Raffles Boulevard
Nearest Station: Promenade
For more recommendations, read our guide on 42 Best Cafes in Melbourne.