that little tea house

northgate

Surrounded by old-world charm, That Little Tea House sits at the back of That Antique Shop - a well-stocked warehouse filled with antique and vintage furniture and curios.

That Little Tea House, Northgate

It is possible to relax on the Chesterfield lounge or sit in style while enjoying tea and treats served on antique fine bone china.

That Little Tea House, Northgate

Feeling like an elegant lounge room, That Little Tea House offers a range of loose-leaf teas and visitors are even able to choose their own antique tea cups from the in-house collection.

That Little Tea House, Northgate

Sweet treats such as raspberry and white chocolate cheesecake or scones with jam and cream make the perfect accompaniment to a tasty cup of tea.

That Little Tea House also serve decadent high teas fit for a queen and are happy to cater for special events (bookings essential).

Nice to know - Parking is available onsite within the warehouse precinct.

By Lucy Hordern

That Little Tea House

326 Melton Rd

Northgate

Opening Hours

0404 966 197

Map

326 Melton Rd, Northgate

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