St Ali Coffee Roasters, South Melbourne

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MELBOURNE | St Ali South Melbourne opened back in 2005 and was one of the pioneers of Melbourne’s third wave coffee scene, introducing things to Melbourne’s coffee and cafe scene that Melburnians take for granted today. St Ali was at the forefront of bean to cup coffee in Melbourne, ethical sourcing of coffee beans, and a real exploration of flavours and brewing methods. Add to this a converted warehouse laneway location, another relatively novel idea at the time, and next level all day brunches and you had a template for what a cafe could be.

Today, St Ali might not be as unique as it once was, but it still feels fresh, and its offering is still amongst the best in town. The business is still owned by Salvatore Malatesta (Sensory Lab, The Church of Secular Coffee), who purchased St Ali in 2008, and still dedicated to providing Melburnians, and educating them about, the best coffee around.

Inside the medium sized warehouse space full of industrial coffee making equipment, assorted posters and wood to soften the atmosphere, you can get coffee from around the world, brewed any way you’d like – filter, espresso, cold drip, Chemex – it’s all here. For those who don’t want coffee, there’s a good selection of high quality teas, along with juices, smoothies, and a few wines and local craft beers.

The food menu contains a dishes with no real notable influence to the ingredients and food other than flavours and textures that work well together. The signature dish ‘My Mexican Cousin’ has been on the menu for as long as anyone can remember, and it as good as ever. It’s a combination of corn fritter withpoached eggs, grilled halloumi, corn & cucumber salsa, spicy tomato puree, and green salad. The steamed ginger pudding with candied mandarin, honeyed mascarpone, and macadamia is also fantastic.

Great coffee and food in a casual, relaxed space with great service. It’s a timeless combination.

St Ali Coffee Roasters

12-18 Yarra Place
South Melbourne
Victoria 3205
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9686 2990
E-mail: n/a
Website: Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 7:00am to 6:00pm

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