Wreckyn St Coffee, North Melbourne

MELBOURNE | Wreckyn St Coffee is a new North Melbourne coffee spot that I recently visited for What’s On Melbourne. It’s owned by barista Austin Allen, who’s also a co-owner of popular musubi café 279 Victoria Street. The space relaxing, and minimalist, with high ceilings, and lots of white and natural light. The striking glass brick coffee bar adds a bit of 1980s office industrial chic to the space.

Beans are from Nunawading roasters MantaRay. Filter and espresso blends and rotating single origins, served almost any way you can think of. All beans are available to purchase for home.

There’s the usual array of alternative milks if you want something other than a black coffee, along with things like matcha lattes, teas, and hot chocolates. The signature Tiramisu coffee has fast become a favourite at Wreckyn St. It’s a long black coffee topped with a thick layer of cream, and a heavy sprinkle of cocoa powder. It’s an indulgent treat that’s not too heavy. It also contains no sugar by default.

There’s no kitchen on-site. Food options come in the form of pastries and other sweet and savoury baked goods. Cinnamon scrolls, muffins, pretzels, and the like.


Wreckyn St Coffee

11 Wreckyn Street
North Melbourne
Victoria 3051
Australia

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Open
Wed – Fri: 7:00am to 4:00pm

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