Forget Me Not Tearoom


The only bags to be found in this 1950s style tea room are the handmade handbags which are part of the trinkets, bric-a-brac and accessories for sale. Meantime the tea, of which there are over thirty varieties, is strictly loose leaf and served in mismatching vintage china teapots on linen tablecloths.

As well as a tea room this is also a florist and gift shop with a smattering of old-fashioned homewares, jewellery and toys that range from the quirky to twee. And even the café menu is a charming blast from the past (which for some reason seems called for when matched with a cup of tea) - neatly cut triangular sandwiches such as ham and mustard or egg and lettuce on white or wholemeal bread and scones and jam, pies or dainty savouries.

With Forget-Me-Not’s location directly next door to the Regal Twin, it couldn’t be handier for for a pre-or-post movie cuppa.

Forget Me Not Tearoom  

389 Honour Ave


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389 Honour Ave Graceville

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