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Let's do brunch!
Bread & Circus is a wholesome canteen in Alexandria serving beautifully fresh bread products and fine tea.
Each person pays for their own order, then come and join us at a table.
All-day breakfast menu:
Image credit: Daniel Boud for Timeout https://www.timeout.com/sydney/restaurants/bread-and-circus-wholefoods-canteen
Tea Souq by Tea Tasters is an online virtual tea market for tea lovers. It aims to bring together Australian tea drinkers and build awareness of the tea-riffic world of teas in Australia.
The event will run on Hopin, an online platform, to bring you a unique, virtual tea experience.
By attending the Tea Souq event, you will be able to attend workshops, meet the people behind your favourite tea businesses and purchase limited edition and discounted products.
Register here: https://hopin.com/events/teasouq2021
Let's do brunch!
Cafe Oratnek is an inner city Japanese fusion cafe. It's home of the famous matcha lamington and does a beautiful hojicha latte too.
Each person pays for their own order.
All day menu:
Take your tastebuds on an expedition to the mountainous plantations of Nepal with a tea journey of five delectable teas.
We will taste:
1. Autumn white
2. Mai-Pokhari oolong
3. Annapurna Amber oolong
4. Kanchanjangha Black
5. Himalayan Golden Black
We will talk a little about the Nepalese tea industry and how it has evolved over recent years and enjoy snacks including momo (dumplings) and some favourite teatime sweets*.
Cost is $45 and includes tea, snacks and some tea to take home
($35 from each ticket will go to the Hearts to Nepal campaign)
This is a fundraising event for CulTEAv8 Hearts to Nepal campaign (https://culteav8.org/), which is providing meals for food insecure areas in Nepal.
*Please indicate your dietary requirements when RSVPing. The food is vegetarian with some vegan and gluten-free options but we regret that few items are both vegan and GF.
The closest train stations are Harris Park (270m) and Parramatta (500m); street parking is free on Sunday with plenty of spaces in the Marion Street car park behind the venue.
Image credits: Kabita Darlami; Deepal Tamang; Prajjwal Budhathoki