Category Archives: Cafe Dov

Biggest Morning Tea – Win my book

The Edible Balcony hosts The Biggest Morning Tea!

This year the theme for the Morning Tea is sustainability and eating healthily.
Guests of the Edible Balcony Biggest Morning Tea are being asked to bring along a sweet or savoury plate – preferably one that contains at least one ingredient that has been grown in their garden or on their balcony. Your dish could include some fresh herbs, lettuces, strawberries or lemons. So get growing! Of course if you don’t grow any edibles, just bring along something fresh and delicious.
 
The event will be held in Cafe Dov’s sun-drenched edible courtyard so dress for a garden party.
 
And everyone who comes along will go into the draw for their chance to win a copy of The Edible Balcony by Indira Naidoo which is all about how to grow fresh food in a small space.
Hope to see you there. It will be too much fun.
 
Biggest Morning Tea Ambassador and author of The Edible Balcony Indira Naidoo

More Info…

Tickets are $50 and all proceeds from ticket sales go directly to the Cancer Council. Tickets can be bought on the day from Cafe Dov. Pay for your discounted drinks at the bar.

The Edible Balcony hosts The Biggest Morning Tea

Thursday May 24th 
11.30am – 2.30pm
 
Cafe Dov, 130 Victoria St, Potts Point
 
Tickets $50
(Bring a plate and pay for your drinks at the bar)

Register

We only have 50 seats available so make your reservation May 18th and pay for your tickets on the day at Cafe Dov.
Please register at fitztodo@ozemail.com.au

Cafe Dov – Potts Point’s best edible garden

Cafe Dov is fast becoming a Potts Point institution.

Now it’s hyper-energetic owner Tim Petersen has expanded the eatery to include an edible courtyard.

The old car-port and storage area has been transformed into a groovy, relaxing outdoor space – the DOV garden.

Can’t you picture your Sydney garden party here? The multi-talented Mr Petersen even turned his hand to some carpentry knocking together this rustic table.

There are trellised cherry tomatoes in recycled plastic tubs..

They’re thriving in the protected courtyard…

… and occasionally find their way onto the menu..

There are tubs of soft-leafed rocket…

And an array of herbs to perk up dishes from the kitchen…
Thyme, taragon and mint…

…and more mint.

..filling the space with refreshing aromas…
… flowers including pansies to attract insects..
… and to add colour to the garden..
a potted bay tree
..all thriving amongst the hub-bub of Victoria Street.
A special space in a special part of the city. Book your table today.