Wild Rose Cottage

Eastern Heights

Wild Rose Cottage in Eastern Heights is a peaceful suburban cafe in an historic corner store that overflows with flowers and charm.

There are comfortable lounges inside as well as tables out the front and a child-friendly courtyard area behind the cafe, complete with books and games for little ones.

Wild Rose Cottage Eastern Heights

Wild Rose Cottage specialises in freshly baked scones with jam and cream, house made mince, rosemary and garlic baked brie, ham and cheese croissants, and a tempting range of toasties including the Monte Cristo (3 layers of Swiss cheese & ham on French Toast with marmalade) and the popular Figgy Piggy (bacon, fig jam and brie cheese).

Wild Rose Cottage Eastern Heights

Drinks at Wild Rose Cottage include coffee, a range of loose leaf teas, milkshakes and Italian hot chocolate.

In a nutshell - Wild Rose Cottage is a stylish and relaxing place to enjoy morning tea or lunch, filled with flowers, music and light.

Need to know: Street parking available along Blackstone Rd.

By Lucy Hordern

Wild Rose Cottage

9 Blackstone Rd

Eastern Heights

Opening hours

3281 2445

Map

9 Blackstone Rd Eastern Heights

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