5/495 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
495 Collins Street Melbourne VI
Cafe, Store, Food
(03) 9620 0519
Monday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Hunter Poelsma said 3 years ago
When you've had three truly excellent coffees in a row, it's time to rate 5 stars. Some of the best coffee I've ever had, and it's consistent, which is the real trick. Busy and loud, but you don't have to wait long, and they bring you a little glass of sparkling water to drink while you wait. If you're close by I wouldn't bother going anywhere else.
Jarrett Yap said 4 years ago
Nice place. Was offered sparkling water while i was waiting outside for the person i was meeting up with. Was packed at around 8am. There are seating outside...about 3 tables. Inside tables are scarce. Service is good. Decor and ambience is pretty hip. I worked across the street so this was a good place to get daily coffee.
Koen Alexander said 3 years ago
Good coffee, usually with a glass of sparkling water for free. Not much sitting space, so mostly people coming for take-away. There's a newspaper to read while you wait.
Steve b said 4 years ago
I’ve had many a coffee at Bonnie’s. Always consistent and delicious. The staff are friendly, and can get pretty busy. Do yourself a favour and drop in for one if you’re in the area!
Andrew Wilkinson said 3 years ago
The chai latte is not too sweet or spicey and they provide naturale or sparkling water while you wait.expect a line up.
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