173 Clarendon St, South Melbourne VIC 3205, Australia
173 Clarendon Street South Melbourne VI
Cafe, Store, Food
(03) 9929 7444
Monday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
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Stephen Heller said 4 years ago
If you are after a great cup of coffee in South Melbourne, Dimattina is your place. They aren't just a cafe, they are a tribute to the art of roasting and making your own coffee. Not only can you order a cup, get some tasty food from the window or menu, but you can also buy a huge assortment of coffee-making paraphernalia, and beans that are roasted right there on site! The staff are super friendly, and care about their customers, and more inoirtantly, their coffee. Don't let the flashier, hipster-clad places nearby fool you, Dimattina is the real deal!
Daisy Khoo said 4 years ago
I won't be returning. I have been coming here daily for my morning coffee as they do Milk Lab Almond Milk. The last 3 times I have come and requested this milk I have been given the Almond Breeze milk which in my opinion is repulsive. I once returned it & brought this to their attention which I was given daggers for. I would rather go a few doors up where they appreciate my patronage.
Matthew Galea said 4 years ago
Awesome breakfast spot with amazing coffee. One of the better cafes in South Melbourne 👍👍 Quick service from friendly staff
Charles Costello said 4 years ago
Best cafe in South Melbourne; always busy with local workers and shoppers on the way to the market. Great friendly service and only AUD 3 for re-fillable batch brew coffee. Really feels like part of the community. Great vibes all round.
Chloe Wells said 4 years ago
Really lovely staff and good quality food. Haven't had a good chai in years until I came here.
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