Tuesday, November 10, 2015

T for Tuesday - Fernvale Pie Shop & Cafe


We visited Fernvale and went to this gorgeous. As you can see I always forget to take a photo of my food until I've half eaten it LOL. This was my favourite eggs benedict . I love the table in this quant little cafe, it is huge and you can fit 2 newspapers across the table, which we love to read while we have breakfast. You can't even hold hands across the table LOL. I want one of these tables in my eat in kitchen one day.

 This inside of the cafe was decorated with an ambient lighting and there were all sorts of old stuff hanging around all the walls. Looked like an old barn with old rusting stuff you never see in use these days. Classy!! 

 On the way out I nearly missed this gorgeous teacup flower garden, that is what I want to do one day but I'd better start collecting old teacups. 


What also impressed me was outside the cafe fence were two tables with out door table and chairs labeled specially for tradies to use. 

Joining Bluebeard and Elizabeth for T for Tuesday

22 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous cafe Bridget - looks like a lovely breakfast, and beautiful display of succulents.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. Gosh Bridget, what a fun cafe. I love old rusty stuff, so this one was fun to see. I'm also a big fan of eggs benedict.

    WOW, I'm in love with that tea garden. I think this is awesome, but I could never have one where I live because it gets too cold in winter and I would have no place to keep them inside. One can dream, though. I have no idea what a tradie is, though.

    Thanks for sharing your breakfast and drink with us, as well as the lovely teapot flower garden for T this Tuesday.

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    1. A tradie is a person that works in a trade like an electrician, bricklayer, carpenter etc

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  3. My computer is on the fritz, and I've tried to leave a message twice. I meant to say teaCUP, not pot, but was in a hurry to publish before I lost it a third time.

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    1. lol I didnt notice but there are teapots there too so you werent too wrong

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  4. Love that tea cup garden, what a wonderful idea. The cafe looks a lovely place to be, and with good food, too, always a bonus! Have a good week. Happy T Day, hugs, Valerie

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  5. This succulents are amazing on their teacups! What a nice cafe ! Happy T-Day! oxo Susi

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  6. i had to laugh because that also often happens to me: remembering to take a photo when the plate is fresh;)
    happy T-day!

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  7. What a lovely breakfast place. It looks very English Pub. Yes, the teacup garden is fab. I love it. I didn't know what tradie was either but thanks for the explanation. Why would they want to sit outside though? Or does the cafe have a dress code?
    I love egg benedict and have it as a treat when we are on holiday. So thanks for sharing.
    Happy T Day!
    Lisca

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    1. Usually Tradies are full of mud or cement on their shoes and clothes and sweaty and smelly, so in respect of other patrons they offer them free tables to sit outside on the outskirts of the restaurant to eat their own food that they bring. That was very impressive to me that they didnt discriminate and offered that service, not many restaurants/cafes would do that, one normally has to buy stuff at the establishment to be able to use their tables and chairs

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  8. The teacup garden is really adorable--and I immediately thought it would be a nice way to display my cacti as they grow, although I may have too many for that! :)
    I like the look of the cafe--very inviting, interesting and cozy. Happy T Day!

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  9. The cafe looks like a great place for a meal. I enjoy unique eating places and this certainly looks like it is one. The tea cup garden is an eye catcher.

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  10. ooh I too love that teacup garden filled with succulents! The café looks so delightful-so many things to look at all over the place-my kind of spot:) Happy T day!

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  11. How lovely ... kind of reminds me of a CrackerBarrel restaurant here in the States... Thanks so much for sharing this T day!! Hugs ! deb

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  12. What a quaint cafe. I'd love looking at all the items they've used to furnish it.

    Happy T Tuesday!

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  13. Happy T-day!!
    I always enjoy places like this café, and I LOVE the 4 star building in your header....LOL Buildings like that make me want to draw them.

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  14. wow, love that tea cup garden! and the restaurant decor looks fun...old rusty things are a favorite of mine, and Elizabeth's too, I think. Happy T day!

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  15. Thanks for taking us to visit this café! Count me in as another person in love with the tea cup garden.

    My brother is a carpenter. I'll have to tell him that he could be called a tradie in Australia. Too bad this café is a bit far to go to on his lunch break... :)

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  16. What a fun place, Bridget - I'm not surprised you love it - I would too! Your eggs benedict looks delicious too! I love it when you post pics of your food. That teacup garden is so unusual!

    Thanks for your lovely comment, so glad you like the completed alphabet. At one stage I thought I was never going to finish it and felt sorry for all those friends whose names begin with X, lol lol! I had another "first" today - I cleaned out the fridge! I also did my first online grocery order for months - it will be delivered tomorrow. It's a big one because we've run out of so much stuff. Soon be back in the swing of things.

    Shoshi

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  17. What a fabulous looking cafe -great tea cup garden! I haven't eaten eggs benedict for ages - I'll have to find somewhere for a brunch sometime soon! Happy T day! Chrisx

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  18. The tea cup garden is so awesome! I may have to try that myself.
    The memorial wall as your header is beautiful and humbling.

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  19. Such a fun place to have breakfast, and the eggs benedict look gorgeous if half-eaten! Lovely photo of the poppies for Remembrance Day also. The teacup garden is so lovely, it would be quite easy to pick up cups and saucers at thrift shops and build up the table as you go. Sorry I am so late in visiting, the wrist gave out with cutting the kits up... but i will survive! LOL

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