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'Cornish Cream Tea' Season at Cousin Jacks - Bondi

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'Jam spread first - then clotted cream'
In 2012 Cousin Jack's Pasty Co. introduced delicious Cornish pasties to Sydneysiders and now the WeekendNotes favourite is bringing another British tradition direct from Cornwall - traditional 'Cornish Cream Teas'!



This special event is being held in honour of the opening of the outside seating area at Cousin Jack's Pasty Co. in Bondi Junction and will be attended by the the Cornish Association of NSW who are avid followers of Cousin Jacks traditional pasties.

All are welcome to attend this event.

Bask in the Spring sunshine and enjoy freshly baked homemade scones, topped with luscious jam and quality clotted cream - accompanied by a good strong brew of 'Smugglers Brew' tea - direct from the 'Cornish Tea Company' in England.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to indulge in a Cornish Cream Tea party in the heart of Bondi Junction - but remember - it's a Cornish cream tea - so jam spread then clotted cream!

The 'Cornish Cream Tea' season at Cousin Jacks - Bondi Junction will kick off on Saturday, 9th November 2013 from lunchtime onwards. It's a fantastic Spring event - and don't forget to pick up some traditional Cornish pasties to take home!

For more information on this event or on Cousin Jack's Pasty Co. head to the official website and Facebook profile.
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When: Nov 9th from lunchtime onwards
Where: 175 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction, Sydney
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