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One Eleven Spring Street is one of the most popular places to visit in Melbourne, Australia. Best recognized for its beautiful view and non-crowdy location, the One Eleven Spring Street attracts many tourists. You can explore the breath-taking view of Melbourne from this point of interest.How to reach One Eleven Spring Street?
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One Eleven Spring Street, Melbourne Reviews
In an old world ambiance, this boutique tea place brings you to a classical era. For the tea set including a glass of complimentary champagne or sparkling, you pay the price of having a luxurious experience. The food, however, is somewhat lackluster, the sweet pastries taste better than the savory ones. The scones are excellent. The tea selection is superb and I recommend the Windsor blend. The service is impeccable. If you have time in Melbourne and want a bit of classical elegance, do drop by this place and travel back in time.
A couple of weeks ago, my Mum surprised me with a high tea booking at the Windsor for my birthday. I've always wanted to have high tea at the Windsor so I flew from interstate and my Mum drove 3.5 hours to Melbourne, only to be told that they had given away our booking as we were running 10 minutes late. We had called to let them know and they gave away our booking. So now we're having high tea at the Crown.
My girlfriend has been telling us about how amazing Windsor high tea was and finally we decided to head there for our girls day out. We booked for the later session instead of the 12pm one. Staff was really nice and friendly. Atmosphere was great. There were quite a selection of sweets. However food tasted quite average to me compared to other high tea places that I have been to e.g Langham, Sofitel, Intercontinental Hotel and overseas. What I found disappointing was the pancake bar, it wasn’t even towards the end of the session as there were people who just arrived for their session and there were no pancakes left and no one would bother topping them up or making them. There was no chef at the pancake bars.
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