Sweet Treats Fit For A Queen

31 May, 2019

The Queen is about to have her birthday and, what better way to celebrate her fake day of birth than to pop your pinkie up, pretend to be fancy and sip on tea. We’ve put our fancy pants on to slurp on chamomile and consume scones, so you don’t have to.

We always thought high tea was a bunch of posh people sitting around sipping raspberry rhubarb tea on their day off with their multitude of friends, but it’s so much more than that. It’s just as much about the food as it is about the tea. And it’s not just scones and cucumber sandwiches with no crusts either. Mind blown.

Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart have the perfect yummy treats if you want to create your own high tea fit for a Queen. With affordable cheesecake tarts from $3.90, you can carefully place them on your own plates at home, throw away the box and impress your friends.

Or if you’re looking to frock up and head out with your girlfriends to eat and drink the day away, then Passion Tree is your perfect pick. With choices like caramel or chocolate honey bread, matcha or berry pancake stacks and copious amounts of bingsoo flavours, the world is your oyster. It seriously won’t disappoint.

We have definitely saved the best for last with Pishon Patisserie Cake Café. From the moment you walk in, you will feel like you’ve travelled to England and met the Queen herself. As the youth say these days, ‘we can’t even!’ Sweet potato slices, cheese suffle slices, death by chocolate, green tea chiffon slices; Pishon is a Queens finest. And you deserve it! They even have a little something for the kids, the cutest little dalmatian cake we’ve ever laid our eyes on.

Jut your pinkies high and get your glam on for the perfect Queen day out with your friends. Now you know where to go, you can dress to impress and have a public holiday to remember.