Kallista Tea Rooms, Mount Dandenong


On a recent freezing Sunday morning, after watching my nephew’s soccer team play, Mum and I decided to call in to the Kallista Tea Rooms for a warming breakfast. Kallista is a pretty little village in the Dandenong Ranges, surrounded by lush fern forests and famous for its Devonshire Tea (scones and tea). It’s only a small tea rooms but we walked in to find a very warm, cosy atmosphere. We were able to get a table in the window with the sun streaming in and the heater vent on the wall beside us so we thawed out quickly. After perusing the menu http://www.kallista-tearooms.com.au/docs/200812%20KTR%20menu.pdf I chose the Salmon scrambled eggs served on Organic Hope Farm sourdough toast with tomato relish and Mum chose the Breakfast baguette with free range fried eggs, free range bacon, tasty cheese & tomato relish.

Both meals were very filling and delicious. I haven’t thought of adding smoked salmon to scrambled eggs before but it’s something I look forward to cooking in the future. Mum’s Baguette was huge. She wasn’t able to finish it but she enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to going back there one day for High Tea.


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