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After a Something for Fancy for Morning or Afternoon Tea?  Then you MUST Check out The Chantilly Kitchen!

By Korgan Hucent

Based on Aralia Street in Nightcliff, baking master and entrepreneur Tenny Russo opened The Chantilly Kitchen in 2016 as Darwin’s first tea rooms.  Ever since opening the doors for business, this quaint little part of Darwin has been a hit, with Tenny’s cakes quickly generating huge demand! Whether you want to have high tea with your friends or order an amazingly unique and personalised cake for your loved one, Tenny can do it for you!

The cakes are to die for and everything is made from scratch with only the finest ingredients to ensure the greatest quality.  The Chantilly Kitchen caters for all food intolerances too, including gluten free, sugar free, nut free and even those on a vegan and Paleo diet, which is great news for some of the Ray White Bayside team!  That means you can check this place out, enjoy something super delicious, without having to worry about a thing!

Open six days a week (closed on Mondays), The Tea Salon is available for private functions both in and out of their usual business hours, making it the perfect spot for a birthday party, baby shower or a corporate function.  It’s ideal if you’re after something a little different to the usual Darwin celebration, and a little fancier.

High tea consists of brownies, cookies, cupcakes, slices, tarts/pies and scones, and The Chantilly kitchen boasts a huge range of organic teas to choose from, as well as coffee, juices, soda and traditional milkshakes! For more information on The Chantilly Kitchen, please visit You can even stop by for a takeaway drink and a bite to eat, but be quick if you want a scone, because they normally sell out before lunch!

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