We’ve found the ultimate afternoon-tea destination, and it’s a 1970s style lounge tucked away in Melbourne’s CBD! The food stems from European and Middle Eastern cuisine – think sweet French delicacies and pita cups with spiced hummus and mushrooms.
Runya’s Room has opened in Melbourne’s iconic St Collins Lane and makes for the ultimate high tea destination! The salon is a tribute to the owner’s late wife, Runya, who loved the high tea experience.
The salon is one of the most beautiful we’ve seen in Melbourne, and it offers three high tea sessions a day! There’s a variety of hot and cold dishes, with some delicious takes on the classics. Think spinach and cheese bourekas, fresh baked scones, chocolate mille feuille macarons, and plenty of other drool-worthy treats! There’s also fresh handmade cakes, eclairs and macarons available to indulge in.
Runya’s Room will provide both Melburnians and tourists the ultimate high tea experience. We guarantee you’re yet to experience anything quite like it.