Devonshire Scones (plain and fruit) served with home-made raspberry jam and freshly whipped cream
The scones were moist and fluffy, and had a texture that was comparable to a light cake. The jam was sweet and fruity, while the cream was deliciously light (our waitress informed us that the jam and cream were refillable).
Miss Marple’s Famous Fingers – chicken, cheese and asparagus
These open toasted sandwiches were quite cheese heavy and needed a bit more chicken in them.
Miss Marple’s “Sundae Best” (layers of ice cream and berry sauce topped with chocolate fudge, whipped cream, almond biscotti, roasted flaked almonds and strawberries)
This thing was HUGE and we only managed to get through half before throwing in the towel.
After reading so many negative reviews, I was initially wary about coming here. But my experience turned out to be a really enjoyable one. We arrived on a foggy Saturday morning at around 11am and were seated immediately. The atmosphere was very intimate and homely (teapots and kettles everywhere, floral tablecloths and curtains, traditional English lamps, fireplace), the service was prompt and polite, and the food was delightful.
Miss Marple’s Tearoom
382 Mount Dandenong Tourist Rd, Sassafras, VIC
(03) 9755 1610
Miss Marple’s is kitch fun, but your experience can depend a lot of whether you get a friendly or grumpy server.
Yeah I think we were lucky that the service we had was pretty good.