Set in a quaint style building this restaurant plays homage to the memory of Agatha Christie’s novel character Miss Marple. Perfect down to every detail including floral curtains and matching tablecloths, Miss Marple memorabilia and even dozens of porcelain teapots, some quite comical, lining the walls of the dining area.
Jen just celebrated 20 years as the owner of Miss Marple’s English Tearoom, after several years managing the business. Whether it’s a celebration, a special outing with friends and family, or a regular visit for our famous scones, Jen’s proud knowing every visitor enjoys the warm welcome and old fashioned hospitality of our Tearoom.
Jen and the team host a full dining room of customers, whether it’s regular visitors, families building memories together, or generations of friends and families coming back to reminisce.
Miss Marple was one of Agatha Christie’s most famous characters, appearing for the first time in short stories in 1927 and then in her first novel Murder At The Vicarage in 1930. She was shrewd and sharp in her pursuit of the truth, loved a good gossip and was partial to a good cup of tea.
Don’t eat breakfast before you come here as you will need every little bit of spare room for our delicious menu. From a Ploughman’s lunch to home made pies you can expect your eyes to be bigger than your tummy. You can then top off your wonderful meal with a delectable dessert. You can also come along just for our famous scones, cream and homemade raspberry jam!
Est. in 1982 Miss Marple’s English Tearoom is inspired by Agatha Christie’s most famous character. Learn more about our history then come and enjoy our famous scones.Nestled deep within the serene landscape of the Dandenong Ranges is a gorgeous little township called Sassafras.