sorry i missed today too - girls were tired and cranky at the shops this morning so i just brought them home for a quiet one.....we've still got 2 full days at daycare this week, so not keen to run them into the ground too early!
hope you had fun!!!
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29-05-2013 12:18 #121
29-05-2013 14:13 #122
anyone here been to a high tea??
thinking of doing it for my birthday in a few weeks, but would like a referral.
29-05-2013 14:36 #123
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29-05-2013 14:39 #124
Oh I love high tea!
I've been to tranberry house (on the river in maylands) nice location but average food. C2 again very nice location and better food but nothing incredible. And Rochelle Adonis in northbridge which was fantastic, definitely the best of the three. There's no view but its very pretty inside. The food was amazing and the service was great to. Ill go back for sure. Only thing is its small so you need to book a fair bit in advance and I think you need to put a deposit down. Would be my pick for sure tho.
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29-05-2013 14:40 #125
What's with this weather! I was in the room with DS for half an hour and it was blue skies when I went in and now it's raining?! Don't know where that came from!!
29-05-2013 19:25 #126
Where do you think best high tea for preg ladies is?
29-05-2013 19:41 #127
29-05-2013 19:53 #128
The George catered for me - I'm pregnant and vegetarian. It was lovely.
29-05-2013 20:42 #129
I went to the Hyatt high tea recently and it had a really big range of food, sort of buffet style rather than plates in the table. There was definitely lots of stuff I could eat pregnant. And staff actually seemed to know the food (like I asked about a couple of desserts and the girl could tell me exactly which ones had raw egg).
Went to Naked Fig in Swanbourne the other day too (I love love love high tea!), great range of teas and they happily did a gluten free range for one of our party, but not as much pregnancy friendly stuff.
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29-05-2013 20:53 #130
I have been to mad hatters in the swan valley, the vines and another cute French restaurant near dear friends on benara rd, can't think of the name though. All have been lovely. Mad hatters was the only one I have been to pregnant & I just mentioned that too then. Didnt have any probs
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