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Interior of Kodama café
Photograph: Supplied

Time Out says

This Williamstown local has been poaching coffee lovers from the CBD since it opened. The white interior is bright and inviting, with plenty of seating to accommodate the large number of locals, regulars and new customers that stroll in every day.

The menu at Kodama is open all day, so need to worry if the breakfast cravings hit a little late. You won’t leave hungry with mouth watering temptations such as the french toast waffles with maple syrup and bacon, roast butternut squash pasta and The Big Willi (a decadent big brekky) on offer. Meals are best paired with a quality coffee courtesy of Axil Coffee Roasters.

If nothing on the menu is calling your name then investigate the cabinet up the front, which features an ever changing selection of sandwiches as well as pastries from both Cobb Lane and Candied bakeries. You can also indulge your sweet tooth with delights from Butterbing.

Kodama’s menu makes a special note about their poached eggs. Prepared in a different way to most other cafés the look a little different, but are, of course, still delicious.  

The name Kodama is derived from the Japanese spirits that live inside trees, keeping nature in balance, and it doesn’t get much more balanced than a relaxed spot to enjoy a good coffee and some tasty eats.

Written by
William Dunn


69-71 Stevedore St
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 7am-4pm; Sat, Sun 8am-4pm
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