Seddon might have changed a lot over recent years, but the good old-fashioned service with a smile that locals have come to love about Seddon Deadly Sins, remains just the same.
Started in 2003 by Simon and Chris, the pair couldn’t be gladder to have stumbled across such a special little pocket of inner city in Melbourne all those years ago.
“It’s a great little neighbourhood, everyone knows everyone here. I came from a little country town called Wagga Wagga, and my parents were really involved in the community there. I wanted to recreate that sense in an urban environment.” Says Chris,
Simon on the other hand, started working in hospitality at age 15 in Toronto working his way through the local fine dining scene, bringing along with him to Australia a sense of ‘grace under pressure’- according to The Whitlam’s.
Following a year so challenging that it would have tested the patience of even the saintliest of saints, Seddon Deadly Sins re-opened their doors and their arms to seated patrons in late 2020, after a period that despite all- only strengthened the cafes connection with the local Seddon community.
More than just a café, dining at Seddon Deadly Sins remains a Seddonistic affair, offering up delicious food, quality coffee and a range of to die for cakes and sweets.
Life is short, indulge a little. xx
Great service and food. Such a welcoming feel about this place. My fvourite cafe.
Incredible food, coffee and wifi as well – love this place.
Great coffee, kind and quick service and reasonable prices too.