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New Cafe – The Old Curiosity Shop and Tea Rooms (Walkerville)

Last week we finished the training and now Cirelli Coffee Roasting Co Pty Ltd is available in Walkerville!!!

Coupled with the adorable South Australian ‘T-Bar’ tea, ‘Cirelli Coffee’ will be served in a recently opened café called – “The Old Curiosity Shop & Tea Rooms” at 103 Walkerville Terrace, Walkerville.

Like all of the café’s we supply, they are distinctly different from each other and concentrate on quality food, tea and coffee.  This cafe offers a unique experience, bringing the era of grace, elegance and charm to Walkerville.

The ritual of Afternoon Tea is said to have begun in the early nineteenth century, and it is around this time that Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford is said to have complained of “having that sinking feeling” during the late afternoon. The solution? For the Duchess, it was a pot of tea and a light snack.

This classic tradition is what The Old Curiosity Shop & Tea Rooms brings. Whether its breakfast, lunch, or a cup of tea, they aim to provide a distinctly different charming experience in there cosy location on Walkerville Terrace.

All the food and is locally sourced – Another great for SA produce and they are also fully licensed, so you can enjoy a glass of wine or champagne with your afternoon tea if the fancy takes you.

The Old Curiosity Shop also specialises in selling classic antique furniture, and here’s the really special part:

  • If you like the teacup & saucer set you’re drinking from? You can buy it.
  • If you think that teapot will make a lovely gift for someone? You can buy it.
  • How about that couch in the corner? The chair at the table next to you? You can buy it!

I’m expecting to walk in one day and find all the furniture gone…lol

One thing is for sure, they believe in doing things with elegance and style so whether it’s a hen party, a birthday lunch, or simply a High Tea with special friends, they will do their very best to make sure you have a celebration to remember.

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