Best breakfast in town, perfect for a cold winter morning. Open fire and wonderful ambience. The highlight was the coffee, best coffee I have had outside Melbourne.
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This has to be the best cafe in Daylesford, housed in an original building for the area, you get the lot. Friendly welcoming staff, great coffee and food and a truly welcoming atmosphere (including open fire, yes a real one!) If it is great service...More
Went here with my partner a couple times for breakfast on our short honeymoon break. Corn fritters were amazing and very filling! Coffee was also really good. Particularly like the atmosphere and the beautiful vibes winding up the building on the outside, a very pretty...More
Seven of us went to Koukla on a Saturday evening. We ate early because we had a toddler with us. Downstairs was extremely busy and tables seemed very crowded but we were seated upstairs where there was a log fire crackling and there were just...More
We had a lovely late lunch here and really enjoyed the capricossa pizza. The open fire was going and the glass of wine went down a treat. I also liked the fact that it catered for a variety of people and was relaxed.
I have coffee here regularly and dinner regularly. Friendly staff, good coffee and a good wine list. Great renovations have made a difference. The pizza is fantastic as well.
This was a basic little hipster place where the food was good and the staff lovely. We saw other dishes come out and thought we could easily return another night
Stopped in on a cold & wet night and enjoyed a vegan roasted veg pizza! Seriously wolfed it down in 5 minutes flat. 😉 Coffee was very nice, my only complaint would be the size of the coffee cup... it was sooooo tiny. Aside from...More
We dropped in twice for coffee and cake over our three day stay. On the first occasion Koukla was not so busy (late afternoon) but we were immediately greeted and seated and served by friendly, welcoming staff. Coffee was very good and a nice range...More
As you arrive in Daylsford, Koukla is on the left side edge of the roundabout and a great welcome to the gastronomy which is Daylesford. As temperatures drop and leaves turn brown, this is a great spot to curl up with a glass or two...More