Sydney’s Best Afternoon Teas- The Tea Room at the QVB

It was all thanks to Fig and Cherry …

I won an afternoon tea for four at the Tea Room at the QVB.

So my daughter and I dressed up in our prettiest, floweriest dresses and invited another well-dressed mum and daughter to join us.

I’ll say no more as I’m linking up with My Little Drummer Boys for Wordless Wednesday.

For all the info visit the Tea Room website here.

Thanks so much to the lovely Christie at Fig and Cherry and to the Tea Room for hosting us.

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Posted on: February 15, 2012

18 Comments

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Lyndal

    oh my, that looks exquisite!!

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Java Jane

    Oh Yum…. That food looks amahhhzing!!! How good are high teas.. so decadent… and no food needed for the rest of the day!! Looks like you had fun xx

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    tiff

    that looks wonderful!

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Nat - Muddy Farmwife

    How decadent and wonderful! Very jealous!

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Nicole Hastings

    WOW that looks so fantastic and delicious, lucky you!

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Ai Sakura

    so elegant! the girls must have been delighted!

  • Ohh so fancy! How wonderful for you all!

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Tori

    There’s nothing like fine tea in fine china. Looks like it was a terrific afternoon.

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Denyse

    Seana, that’s the tea room which is similar to the George’s Heights Gunners Barracks I believe.
    Our son got married there, and it was awesome except for one BIRD. As its a protected bird, and on national land, the kookaburra that resides just off the verandah dive-bombs the tables where tea stands like those are set up.
    We thought it was a bit far fetched but a month before the wedding in 2010, my dad & I went for High Tea. We sat on verandah & looked out to the harbour, served that beautiful looking food you were (with a large napkin tied around it) mid sandwich, in flew the bird, and took something from around the napkin and flew off. EEEEK.
    Worse happened (sorry this is a long comment) to my sister in law tho at the lunch time wedding. After the ceremony canapés & drinks were served on the verandah, as my sil moved something towards her mouth the kookaburra came and snatched it, frightening her so much with the impact, she fell to the ground. She suffered shock swelling and bruising and missed the rest of the reception. Kookaburra 100 People 0

    • Reply February 15, 2012

      Seana

      What a tale Denyse! We have kookaburras like that in our backyard, the cheeky beggars. None were seen in the QVB thank goodness.

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Tamara

    Oh that food all looks terrific.

  • Reply February 15, 2012

    Yvette

    Ooo Yummmy!!! The girls looked like they enjoyed themselves!

  • Reply February 16, 2012

    Sonia

    Jealous much??? Yup!! I love it at the QVB you feel very civilised 🙂

  • Reply February 16, 2012

    Paul

    We love tea too!

  • Reply February 18, 2012

    Mairi Stones

    OMG I have those exact tea cups, they were Gran’s. I am such a big fan of afternoon tea, yum, looked lovely.

    • Reply February 18, 2012

      Seana

      Do you know, Mairi, I though they looked familiar but couldn’t work it out. I must have remembered them from Grans approx 40 years ago.

  • Reply February 18, 2012

    Trish

    Oh how divine – I am determined to get there this year with a few besties –

  • Another experience I NEED to try:) Wish there was a pic of you in your pretty dress though!

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