Katuk, South Yarra

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MELBOURNE | Katuk is a small, somewhat hidden bar on Chapel Street that offers a lot more than initially meets the eye. Located up a flight of stairs, the main bar is small and narrow, with some a few cozy couches at the front. Walk towards the back though and the space opens up to a light filled area full of couches, booths and comfy cushion filled cubby holes. To the side is a small outdoor area which provides yet another space to chill.

The atmosphere is laid back – cool yet quirky, and without an ounce of pretension. Staff are cheerful and friendly, and adept at making a wide array of cocktails whether it’s the classics or something a bit different. Try the Katuk’s Passion – Absolut Vanilla Vodka, passion fruit and elderflower syrup, apple guava, with a touch of Chartreuse for a nice little kick. For those who don’t want cocktails, the selection of whiskey is a cut above most bars in the area, and there’s also a decent range of wine and beer.

For food, there are a few bar snacks and a decent selection of jaffles. We like the Philly Cheese Steak, with roast beef, cheese sauce, and green capsicum, and the Buffalo Chicken filled with chicken, salsa, and hot sauce.

Katuk

517 Chapel Street
South Yarra
Victoria 3141
Australia

Telephone: 0448 006 006
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun – Thu: 5:00pm to 1:00am
Fri – Sat: 5:00pm to 3:00am

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