1 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia
1 Riverside Quay Southbank VI
(03) 9686 9007
Monday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
About the business
The Bond Store Cafe. A little piece of Europe in Southbank. Best coffee in Southbank, Melbourne. Close to Eureka tower. Open for breakfast and lunch, Monday to Saturday.
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Patsy said 3 years ago
Amazing coffee! Fab service and the breakfast is delicious modern and not pretentious. Great for family of 5 . Excellent location close to Southbank Promenade.
Grant Shelley said 4 years ago
This cafe simply oozes atmosphere! The building, brickwork, furniture, lighting & sounds all create a must-visit spot if you're in the area for really good coffee or breakfast (I never managed to try the lunch). I'd highly recommend the smashed avo, which is a generous serving & great value for money.
David Nesbit said 4 years ago
I often meet up with a chum who works nearby in Southbank. We generally go for lunch or afternoon tea. The old Bond Store is a very old building which has a lot of charm and character. Whilst we love the convenience and ambience for catching up with each other's news l am unable to give more than 3 stars as the lunch menu items are so ordinary and, if l owned the place, l would sack the chef or insist that the menu be given a thorough "refresh" which is sorely overdue . So folks don't go there for the food but rather enjoy the fact that it is a really neat place for a cuppa and/or Crown Lager with friends. Prices are a tad on the upside but are still quite reasonable by South bank standards.
Alvin Ng said 3 years ago
I lived a minute(literally) away from The Bond Store for the last two years and have never bothered checking the place out until last Saturday when it was pouring rain and I wanted to grab some lunch. The interior was surprisingly warm and cozy. We were there late afternoon so it was nice and quiet and had the whole place to ourselves. My wife tried the laksa and even though it wasn't really authentic like a laksa should be, it was still pretty tasty and it came with a serve of rice too which was good. I went for my usual smash avocado with eggs on toast and it was nice. Nothing impressive but it was good enough for when I'm in a pickle to get some food. The non-breakfasty stuff looked more delicious though so I might give them a go next time. Update: it’s my go to coffee every weekend or when I’m home from work these days. Would be nice if they had some sort of coffee card for loyal customers but it’s not the end of the world. Staff and owner are extremely friendly and nice too. 👍
Ben Truscott said 3 years ago
Had the Breakfast Bun and a beer for breaky for Good Beer Week. There was a very good amount of bacon, the egg was fried well, could have been a bit funnier Nd the relish was yummy. Great service but the waitress was floundering a bit when we asked for the beer menu at 10am.
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