Naked Espresso

Saturday, January 02, 2016 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

I first heard Naked Espresso Bar from a friend back when it first open. It's a stunning cafe on Little Bourke St that has a catchy yellow and black logo. The vibe inside is great, small space but very well decorated. Quirky objects, naked bulb, mosaic tile floor, stained glass window above the big glass window where you can enjoy your day and have some people watching time.





Naked Espresso bar serves a few breakfast options such as omelettes, jaffles and sandwiches. I decided to order their most popular jaffles. Mario Brothers - spaghetti, meatballs, basil, tasty cheese ($9). It was pretty small but well made. Perfect for a quick lunch.


They also have several flavours of donut, I order blueberry cheese donut. It was a perfect combination, sweet, sour from the blueberry and salty, chewy cheese balanced each other out.


My skinny capucino comes out great, silky and smooth. They served brilliant coffee but the competition is very tough these days.



Overall, I love this place. Their staff was super friendly, engaging and knowledgeable staff. The blackboards list the day's brews complete with tasting notes. They also sell different kinds of beans and other coffee gadgets. I notice each time I decided to visit Naked Espresso they served different coffee starting from their own blend, Market Lane, Axil Coffee Roasters and more to keep people entertain.

Score:💋💋💋💋
Naked Espresso Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Monday-Friday: 7am-4pm

Naked Espresso
390 Little Bourke St
Melbourne, VIC 3000

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