Day two started off with a light brekkie at home (Nutella toast) then heading off for some bubble tea at Elora to start the tea run.
I opted for the rose milk tea which had quite a subtle flavour and hubby went for the strawberry oolong tea which was refreshing.
My ratings for this place were:
- Food: 3/5
- Price: 4/5
- Service: 4/5
- Wait time: 4/5
- Atmosphere: 4/5
- Baby friendly: no
After that we headed off to Adore Tea House for our high tea.
It was such a good high tea because they did pairings with the food – something they don’t do in Sydney so definitely kudos to these guys.
We started off with some sparkling iced tea in a strawberry, lemon and ginger flavoured green tea which was nice and refreshing. I always love a good iced tea!
Then we were given our first tier of sandwiches which included Australian green tea infused chicken with tarragon and almonds, Billy tea infused steak with horseradish and mayonnaise, and the traditional mint and cucumber.
It was such a good concept to have tea infused proteins!
I have to say that the chicken one was my favourite out of all but they were all pretty good!
This came accompanied with a tea called the Assam 2nd Flush which was a black tea.
This tea was quite nice a nice tea and would have to be my third favourite.
The second tier consisted of hot savoury finger food such as grilled peach and haloumi cheese bruschetta, spinach and fetta cheese puffs, and oolong tea infused chicken pinwheels.
These were all good but the grilled peach and haloumi bruschetta was my favourite! The flavours just worked really well together.
This came accompanied with a Japanese lime green tea which was my favourite of all the teas.
The last tier was dessert.
This had a hazelnut dolce de leche dome, earl grey cream tea infused creme brulee, and scones with whipped cream, rose butter, and French earl grey tea infused jam.
Can I just say that the rose butter is the best thing I’ve ever tasted?! It definitely rivals Pepe Saya and you guys have got to try it! Unfortunately it’s not for sale (yet) but they are working on it.
This one was accompanied by a Rooibos chocolate truffle flavoured tea.
I have to say that this was my least favorite tea. The flavour just didn’t do it for me. The smell was nice and chocolatey but I just wasn’t a fan.
My ratings for Adore Tea House were:
- Food: 4.5/5
- Price: 5/5
- Service: 5/5
- Wait time: 5/5
- Atmosphere: 4.5/5
- Baby friendly: yes
After high tea we went exploring around the area and found a little international candy store.
I walked out with some hot gummies, Barbie pez, a Wonka bar and a butterfinger flavoured lip gloss.
For dinner we went to a place called Baby Su.
Hubby happened to drive past it earlier and saw some aesthetically pleasing desserts so obviously we had to go there.
The weather was stinking hot but that didn’t stop me from ordering ramen!
It wasn’t bad but I honestly miss the ramen from the US! Plus this baby was missing the boiled egg. It was made up of chilli miso, shredded iceberg, hakata noodles, nori, and sesame seeds.
Hubby had the pork belly bao-ger lucky pack which came with a piece of fried chicken and waffle cut fries.
The bao-ger had pork belly, picked cucumber and Korean pear slaw. He loved it and thought the flavours all went really well together.
We also had a Wagyu cheesesteak springroll.
This was pretty good and tasted like a cheeseburger.
For dessert we had boba sundaes. I had the salted caramel with brown sugar syrup and hubby had the strawberry.
Both tasted really good and the strawberry sundae is vegan for those wanting a cruelty free option. It also has popping pearls which are my fave!
My ratings for Baby Su were:
- Food: 4/5
- Price: 3.5/5
- Service: 5/5
- Wait time: 4.5/5
- Atmosphere: 4/5
- Baby friendly: not really but you can squish a pram in there somewhere!
So there you have day 2.
If you guys have any recommendations for me for next time, please let me know!