If you are looking for the best high teas in Melbourne, VIC for kids and their adults, then this article will provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision.
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Home to a generous assortment of mouth-watering sweets and tasty savoury dishes – there are plenty of high teas in Melbourne for kids to enjoy. With items such as finger sandwiches, cupcakes, slices, pies, tarts, and more on offer, neatly arranged onto the classic three-tiered stands, families can effortlessly appreciate the luxurious experience.
Eager to visit some of Melbourne’s high tea destinations?
This article will give you a list of high teas for kids in Melbourne CBD and the surrounding suburbs.
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High Tea Melbourne CBD
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1. Essence Restaurant
The Essence Restaurant in the Marriot serves an afternoon tea for families to enjoy together. Kids can dig into popular treats such as scones, macarons, sandwiches, and more. Signature teas are also available, with flavours such as earl grey, chai, green jasmine, and English Breakfast. Reservations are essential and can be made through the website.
Address: Corner Exhibition &, Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Website: Essence Restaurant
2. Mamor Chocolates And High Tea Szalon
Mamor’s is home to an abundance of high tea options, offering a little something for adults and children over 12 years old to enjoy. With four different high tea options, you will be spoiled for choice.
First up is the ‘Traditional High Tea’ option, with plenty of savoury and sweet items including vegetable puffs, wild mushrooms, brioche buns with hummus, Reuben tarts, artisan chocolate, and more.
Otherwise, families interested in a high tea experience with an emphasis on chocolate can check out the ‘Chocolate High Tea’. The inclusions are similar to the ‘Traditional High Tea’, though this option also incorporates chocolate throughout the dessert menu.
The morning/ afternoon tea line-up is a lighter choice, including sandwiches, scones, dessert, and drinks.
Alternatively, the ‘Devonshire Tea’ package only includes scones, dessert, and an endless supply of tea. For bookings or a full list of menu items, visit the Mamor website.
Address: 153 Johnston St, Collingwood VIC 3066
Website: Mamor Chocolates And High Tea Szalon
3. Magic Charters High Tea
For those looking to enjoy high tea with a view, Magic Charters is the perfect solution. Families can enjoy a variety of mouth-watering treats while soaking in the beautiful views of Melbourne from the water. While floating through Victoria Harbour, kids can enjoy sandwiches, desserts, scones, and more. Tea and coffee are also available.
To make a booking, visit the Magic Charters website.
Address: 55 Victoria Harbour Promenade, Docklands VIC 3008
Website: Magic Charters High Tea
4. Collins Kitchen
Melbourne’s Grand Hyatt offers a high tea experience in their Collin’s Kitchen venue. The menu consists of many favourites for kids to enjoy, including sandwiches, scones, pastries, cupcakes, macarons, and much more. Signature T2 blends and espresso coffee are also served within a luxurious tea-ware collection.
Address: 123 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Website: Collins Kitchen
5. The Stables of Como Cafe
The Stables of Como Cafe offer a variety of high tea experiences to suit both parents and children. Starting from $65 per person, the regular high tea menu includes plenty of savoury and sweet items for kids to enjoy. This includes smoked salmon bagels, baguettes, French toast, meringues, chocolate mousse, scones, and more. Plus, mimosas are also provided. Otherwise, a non-alcoholic option is available.
Alternatively, the Como Cafe also offers a ‘Guy Tea’, including mini wagyu beef burgers, chicken pies, sliders, chips, brownies, and more.
Finally, the ‘Kid’s Tea’ is the perfect option for children, whether it’s for a birthday party or another special occasion. The menu features milkshakes, croissants, cheeseburgers, mousse, cupcakes, and popcorn. To make a booking, head over to the restaurant’s website.
Address: Williams Rd & Lechlade Ave, South Yarra VIC 3141
Website: The Stables of Como Cafe
6. Straits Cafe – Rendezvous Hotel
Guests can head to Straits Cafe – Rendezvous Hotel at the Rendezvous Grand Hotel Melbourne for any occasion. Whether they’re in the mood for light meals, a feast, or casual drinks, the eatery serves up international cuisine made from fresh produce, which is locally sourced whenever possible. Patrons can drop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner to sate appetites with dishes such as saganaki, nasi goreng, black Angus rib-eye steak or berry panna cotta.
Website: Straits Cafe – Rendezvous Hotel
Address: 328 Flinders St, Melbourne, VIC 3000
7. The Langham
For those with a sweet tooth, the Langham Hotel offers a chocolate-focused high tea experience for the whole family. Open every weekend, the Chocolate Bar High Tea is set in a deluxe backdrop and includes many popular savoury and sweet options. Neatly presented across a three-tiered stand are scones, pastries, sandwiches, small sweets, and more. A chocolate fountain is also available.
Address: 1 Southgate Ave, Melbourne VIC 3006
Website: The Langham
8. Mary Eats Cake
With dining options in Brunswick and Montrose, Mary Eats Cake is a popular high tea option for families. Plus, with plenty of packages available, it’s easy to settle on an option to suit everyone. The ‘Mary’s Base Package’ includes 4 savoury items, 3 sweet treats, scones, and specialty teas. The ‘Mary’s Sparkling Package’ is exactly the same, though a glass of French sparkling or juice is provided. The next step up is the ‘Mary’s Fancy Sparkling Package’, with the addition of unlimited French sparkling or juice, a cheeseboard, fruit, and macarons.
Otherwise, tailored high tea packages are available for special events, including bridal showers, baby showers, and birthday gatherings. For bookings, see the website.
Address: 558 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056
Website: Mary Eats Cake
9. The Hotel Windsor
Seasonal high tea menus are on offer at the Windsor Melbourne. For the Winter months, children can enjoy popular items such as macarons, mousse, sandwiches, and scones. Otherwise, until early June, the Autumn menu includes dark chocolate tarts, Cornish pasties with vegetables, roast chicken sandwiches, scones, and more.
To make a reservation with the restaurant or to get in touch, visit the Hotel Windsor website.
Address: 111 Spring St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Website: The Hotel Windsor
10. Damon Bradley
Enjoy a set menu high tea experience for two or four people with a selection of sweet and savoury treats, including ribbon sandwiches, warm quiches, scones with double cream and mixed berry jam, chocolate-dipped strawberries, and an assortment of French handcrafted cakes. Sip on a glass of Prosecco or Moscato Rose and indulge in free-flowing tea and coffee. Note any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
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Address: Southgate Restaurant and Shopping Precinct. 3 Southgate Ave,, Southbank
Website: Damon Bradley
11. Om Nom Kitchen
Available on weekends from 12 pm, the Om Nom Kitchen houses an array of treats for parents and children to dig into. The menu features a package specifically for children, including 8 sweet and savoury dishes, hot chocolate, and soft drink. Savoury items include pretzels, tuna tartare, chicken slides, and more, whereas the sweets list features macarons, truffles, meringues, crumble, jelly, and rice pudding.
To make a booking or to see the full menu, head to the restaurant’s website.
Address: 187 Flinders Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000
Website: Om Nom Kitchen
12. Strangers Corridor
Located within the Parliament House of Victoria is a high tea experience unlike any other. Serving high teas since 1924, Strangers Corridor offers a number of dishes for families to enjoy, including scones, pastries, sandwiches and more. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available. Before dining, take a guided tour of the building, accompanied by sparkling wine.
To see a full menu or to make a booking, visit the website.
Address: 1 Spring St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Website: Strangers Corridor
High Tea Melbourne Suburbs
There are so many good high tea options for kids in Melbourne suburbs, we’ve listed our favourites:
13. ZIMT Patisserie Bakery Cafe
Located in Surrey Hills, the ZIMT Patisserie Bakery Cafe offers an irresistible high tea menu for families to admire. While savoury items include quiches, baguettes, and pies, the dessert selection is packed with slices, tarts, macarons, cupcakes, and scones. Bookings are required for the high tea, with at least 24 hours notice. To make a reservation, get in touch with the venue.
Address: 171 Union Rd, Surrey Hills VIC 3127
14. Glace Dessert
Glace serves their high tea on wooden paddles for groups to share. Families can taste a vast collection of treats, alongside steaming tea. Bookings can be made through the website. Get in touch with the venue to see a menu.
Address: 48 Punt Rd, Windsor VIC 3181
Website: Glace Dessert
15. Olinda Tea House
The Olinda Tea House offers a luxurious high tea experience with a unique oriental fusion. Neatly placed upon a wooden stand are many savoury and sweet dishes, including scones, braised pork belly, spring rolls, Asian inspired sweets, and more. For any vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free requests, prior bookings are required. Head to the website to make a reservation.
Address: 86A Olinda-Monbulk Rd, Olinda VIC 3788
Website: Olinda Tea House
16. Kallista Tea Rooms
The Kallista Tea Rooms initially opened in 1950 and are still serving a delicious assortment of sweets, savoury snacks, and tea for boys and girls to enjoy. The high tea menu includes scones with jam and cream, bite-size desserts, warm savoury dishes, sandwiches, and an endless supply of tea and coffee. High tea is available from 10 am to 3 pm daily, with prices starting at $45 per person.
Hours: Monday to Friday (9 am to 5 pm) Saturday and Sunday (8 am to 5 pm)
Address: 103 Monbulk Rd, Kallista VIC 3791
Website: Kallista Tea Rooms
17. High Tea At High Gate
The traditional high tea on offer at High Gate is a simple experience the entire family can look forward to. The experience is set in an English dining room, with scones, cakes, finger sandwiches, savoury snacks, and an endless supply of tea and coffee. Personalised menus can also be created for special occasions.
To get in touch with the venue or to make a reservation, visit the website.
Address: 68 Kurrak Rd, Yarrambat VIC 3091
Website: High Tea At High Gate
18. The Austen Tea Room
High tea at the Austen Tea Room is available daily, beginning from 12 pm on weekdays and 1 pm on weekends. There are 2 packages to choose from, including ‘Jane’s Sweet And Savoury High Tea’. The option includes sandwiches, quiches, sausage rolls, pies, scones, cupcakes, macarons, and a limitless supply of tea and coffee. Otherwise, ‘Jane’s Sparking High Tea’ includes a similar arrangement, as well as the addition of a glass of sparkling wine.
Head to the website to make a reservation.
Address: 40 Nicholson St, Essendon VIC 3040
Website: The Austen Tea Room
The best high teas in Melbourne
High teas for kids are a wonderfully fun way to spend some time with your children and enjoy a special treat in the form of a morning or afternoon tea at the same time! Enjoy!
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