287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne CBD 3000
Part 3 of the places to to go at the Myer Emporium covers more eateries we've visited on our multiple outing to our favourite shopping destination in the city. So in no particular order here we go........
The panfried Pot Stickers ($11 for 8 pcs) are also really nice, the pastry perfectly crispy with a soft, tender pork centre.
The kids don't like chinese tea and the soy bean milk ($3) is a good option.
Their waffles are sweet and crispy, and even Bubs is pretty good at holding onto one and munching on it as we wander around the Emporium without getting too sticky.
We've always gone for the sweet waffles, either in its original flavour ($2.8), or with chocolate glaze ($3.3), which is obviously a tasty but much messier affair for my kids! I often get a pack of 6 to take away, and they can be kept for 3 days and heated up in your toaster.
For a fancier treat we had afternoon high tea at The Tea Salon a while ago. (actually quite a while ago now!) I went with my 2 older ones so it was a lovely girls' afternoon out!
The scones come in lots of flavours, and they chose a plain one with jam and cream and a chocolate one, that came with more chocolate to spread on!
Kids cones are $2.5 and an extra 50c for topping, or you can fill a bowl and weigh and pay at $2.8 per 100g.