Long time no see calamansi! Welcome to spoil yourself Sunday at our beloved local for long lunches: Priscilla Jones at Gasworks. Thanks heaps to a little birdie for letting us know when owners Bronwyn and Emma took over the centrally located cafe in March 2012, it has made the Rainbow Brite highlight of our weekends ever since #easylikeSundaymorning
Priscilla Jones is found right in the urban oasis of the Arts Park, and is of course, very kiddie and doggie friendly!
The comfort food cafe’s own cute as a button cartoon graphics can be found all around the exterior windows and inside as features on their signage and POS material. Tell me these aren’t soo much better than those stick figure stickers (you know what I’m talking about!)
Priscilla Jones is open everyday for breakfast and lunchies, as well as some nights for dinner in conjunction with Gasworks Performing Arts next door, some Tuesday evenings for wine appreciation nights and afternoon tea every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday between 2:00-4:00pm. Make sure you give the cafe a buzz to confirm dates and make bookings…
Whilst everything in their menu is aaawesome, it is also their aaahmazing customer service that keeps us coming back for more!
Check out the cafe’s house muesli of toasted oats, seeds and nuts that they usually serve with natural yoghurt as well as rhubarb & raspberry compote #availableforpurchasescore
In case you were wondering, Priscilla Jones also make their own oh so tasty chutneys and jams that you can purchase to try and re-enact the magic at home! It’s just not the same for me, so am very lucky to live close by so I can
stalk visit the cafe as often as I can for some wholesome action!
Tempting treats for everyone on two legs as well as four! I can definitely vouch for everything tasting just like Nana used to make them, with the cafe sourcingrecipes from their real life grannies! Okay, I know the last sentence may have been uttered a bit tongue in cheek but Priscilla Jones is named after Bronwyn’s grandmother, Priscilla and her mother’s maiden name Jones. Word on the street the cafe owner’s mummies were also wonderful cooks and the delicious duo continues the tradition of representing their renowned recipes with a modern twist ;)
How gorgeous are their custom made aprons that the lucky staff wear as their uniform? Soo jelly, wonder if wearing it gives them their super dooper cooking power ;)
As it is getting close to that festive time of the year, thought I should let you know that Priscilla Jones can cater for up to 50 people for dinner indoors or up to 100 in their spectacular outdoor courtyard. Of course, they can handle more peeps in a standing situation…
Simple yet stunning interior details can be found everywhere in the cafe. I really want to be a copycat from Ballarat and do this at home with different herbs #inourloversbalconyperhaps
Love love love fresh local flora! Can anyone tell me what kind of flowers these are?
Aren’t their custom stampage on all of their tables just adorable?
Make sure you follow @PriscillaJones on Twitter to find out when they have guest baristas over, like the brilliant Claire Bear with her out of this world Galaxy soy lattes #toinfinityandbeyond
This hottie house special is their roasted field mushrooms filled with ricotta, lemon, rosemary & spinach on sourdough with two poached eggs added for an all day brekky bonanza… yes, they do catering too!
Last but not least was my rendezvous with their homemade passionfruit and coconut slice for a very happy ending indeed #happilyeverafter
Ciao for now nian gao, happy drooling xoxo
Priscilla Jones 03 9682 8255
21 Graham Street Albert Park VIC 3206
Open Mondays to Sundays 7:30-4:30pm
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12 thoughts on “Sticks & stones @Priscilla Jones”
This is a great blog over here. I think I’ll visit your website more if you post more of this kind of specific information. Thanks a lot for posting this information.
Thanks hun hope you get to check out PJ yourself and let me know if you likey xoxo
the roasted field mushrooms filled with ricotta, lemon, rosemary & spinach on sourdough with two poached eggs must have been poetry in the mouth – looks so yummmmmmm!
Tasted even better if you can believe xoxo
Awesome work, diggin your style
My pleasure but couldn’t do it without the amazing cafes I have posted so far xoxo
This looks fantastic! I love finding great little places to have coffee and a snack and you cover every little detail so perfectly. Can’t wait to check it out :)
Awww thanks hun! Please let me know how you go, love to hear how you decided which ones of their uhmazing desserts you were going to devour xoxo
The roasted field mushrooms are my fav!!
Muffins are great to eat whilst your puppy is playing at gasworks
Thanks again for the information (love your website)
Awww glad to be of service! Yes Gasworks is very popular for all the puppinistas in the City of Port Philip ;) xoxo
“I’m a little teapot short and stout”
HAHAHAHAHA that caption made me laugh for reasons. #turtle
did this place have eggs benedict? i cant remember. :|
Hmmmmm :| Great to hear I tickled your funny bone Peepao…
PJ do not have eggs Benedict on their menu but I am sure they will be happy to make it for you if you ask nicely ;) xoxo