Bree May is a cook, a 2014 My Kitchen Rules champion, a proud South Australian, a bespoke caterer and a published writer and recipe developer. She went on the hunt at Harbour Town to choose her favourite dishes to refuel while shopping up a storm.
CHERRY BLOSSOM SUSHI
For a healthy lunch option, you can’t beat Sushi and a warming cup of Miso soup from Cherry Blossom Sushi Bar.
Miso soup $2.50, Ocean pack $8.90, Rainbow pack $8.50, Raw salmon $2.50, Pumkin & avocado $2.50, Green tea $3.00
We all know Gloria Jeans make delicious coffee, but did you know they also make wonderful teas? A perfect stop for afternoon tea or hearty lunch.
Cornish pasty $6.50, Rose petal green tea box $9.95, Melting moments $1.50 each, Cup cake $1.50
Banana muffin $4.50
THE WOODEN SPOON
This Freak shake was a monster and the perfect bargaining tool for any little unruly shopping partners! These fruit waffles with a great coffee are the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. They also have a children’s play area to keep the kids entertained.
Coco rumba shake $14.90, Keep it simple $13.90, Regular flat white $4.50
Coco rumba shake $14.90, Keep it simple $13.90
I love the The Wooden Spoon’s children’s play area
Beef Nachos and Chicken Quesadillas, need I say more? These Mexican favourites were a fiesta of flavour. This is the perfect spot for a bit of lunch time therapy while you’re indulging in your retail therapy.
Large nachos with beef $12.50, Chicken quesadilla $10.99, Frozen Fanta medium $3.50 Large $4.50
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