December 15, 2012 · 12:45 PM
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Boronia Tea Room is a grand mansion built in Mosman in 1885. It has a wonderful aura and is steeped in history with magnificent gardens and a fabulous style of its own. Situated in the leafy northern suburb of Mosman, just minutes from North Sydney, the Sydney CBD and the picturesque Bradley Head this heritage-listed venue is the perfect setting for high tea.
The newly refurbished Boronia Tea Room received rave reviews the last time Sydney Tea Tastings visited this venue. This revisit is for those who missed out the first time.
Please note that Military Road is a nightmare for traffic and parking so allow plenty of time to arrive or consider public transport.
After high tea at the Museum of Sydney Cafe, we received a voucher for 25% off our next visit of any of the Toast Group venues. The voucher is valid for up to four people per table, hence I booked a table for four @ $33.75pp.
However, I have more than one of these cards so if you would like to come and the RSVP list is full, put yourself on the waiting list and I will contact you with instructions on how to claim a 25% off discount (usual price is $45pp). We can have a number of tables under different names as long as the venue has capacity.