George Kelzi and Andrew Wagner have struck gold, out in Templestowe Lower.

Following the success of their Richmond cafes 7 Gram & Pennyhouse, they’ve taken to the North Eastern suburbs, and brought that inner city vibe with them. With an interior curated by the style gurus at Studio Equator, and an epic mural by street artist Tarek; Riddik sets the bar high for this Templestowe pocket. Taking the service well into the evening, the guys decided to name the venue in honour of Pitch Black character Riddick, who sees both day and night.

Coffee is thanks to Code Black, and the current Ethiopian Lomi Tasha works a treat as a long black.


1-3 The Mall

Lower Templestowe


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