Room with Roses located in the historic Brisbane Arcade is a hidden treasure when it comes to Brisbane dining experiences especially high tea priding themselves on their family recipe inspired menu.
WIN a small hand crafted Room with Roses decorated chocolate dome, valued at $40. Crafted with your choice of white or milk chocolate watch with delight as you break into the cake (with a chocolate hammer for an added touch!) and see the sweet surprise of mixed lollies and chocolates spill out from within.
To win a small Hidden Treasure Smash Cake from Room with Roses head to my Lady Brisbane Instagram page here to enter. All you need to do is ...
1. Have a public Instagram account
3. Tag a friend that you know would love to indulge with you in this delicious Hidden Treasure Smash Cake
You can also enter via my Facebook page here by letting me know which friend you would enjoy this cake delight with.
Enter as many times as you like. Competition closes midnight Wednesday May 10 and the winners will be notified Thursday May 11 by direct message.
NOTE - The Hidden Treasure Smash cake can be ordered from Room with Roses for any special occasion and personalised according to the event. Birthday smash cakes may be topped with a touching message and expectant parents will adore discovering the pink or blue treasures hidden within during their gender reveal party.
These custom-made gifts are available to order in three sizes: small - 15cm ($40), medium – 20cm ($75), and large – 25cm ($110). Chocolate hammers are available to purchase for an additional $8. Orders may be placed in store or over the phone.
Room with Roses
Gallery Level, Brisbane Arcade
Entrance via 160 Queen Street or 111-117 Adelaide Street, Queen Street Mall
Telephone - 3229 7050
Hours - Monday to Saturday: 9am – 3.30pm
Website - www.roomwithroses.com.au
Hello, my name is Anna. I’m a wife, a mum, a daughter, a sister, a friend, an employee, a runner and a great lover of our amazing city and beautiful state.
I first started taking photos of Brisbane, about 2 years ago, when I was out pounding the pavement early in the morning. I would see images of our amazing city and want to share them with people and so I decided to post them to Instagram. I’ve been taking photos of Brisbane ever since and when I say “taking photos” I mean with an iPhone! I endeavour to keep my photos to their original colour and sometimes I use filters.