B: Walking around Sheffield, this little restaurant tucked away at the end of the street really caught my attention with their cottage-like exterior. This look continued inside and for a moment it felt as I was at nana’s place. They had cute mix-and-match couches, doilies, teapot cozies and best of all, they specialise in scones!
A serve consists of 2 scones of your choice, with jam and cream for $6. When we visited they had six flavours available: plain, date, pumpkin, savoury, treacle and sultana.
Plain and sultana scones. These scones were absolutely delicious – it was warm, soft and fluffy.
Savoury and treacle scones. The savoury scone had an unusual taste with chewy bits but was in harmony with the butter. This was the first time I came across a treacle scone. It had a unique taste and was a sweet finish to the selection.
Mr.K couldn’t wait so he drank his coffee before I could take a photo. He ordered a large mocha and with an extra 50c you could add Red Cow milk which he said was very creamy ($4.5).
I ordered the usual, a soy latte ($4.5).
If you ever drive by Sheffield or in my case, having also stayed here, I do recommend popping in for some scones.
62 Main Street, Sheffield, TAS 7306
(03) 6491 1077