Airport with a Vue…

Posted by on Sep 24, 2011 in Melbournian Girl Abroad | 2 comments

Airport with a Vue…

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A Cafe Vue that is.

I will be upfront with you. It’s now 1:40am and the cafe vue at Tullamarine airport is shut. But I have been curious about it since launch and while greatly grieved by it’s closedness I thought I would share some photos with you…

Who needs airplane food when you can grab a gourmet box to go?

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And tell me how much you would be loved arriving at the other end holding a giant box of macrons…that’s if you could resist them during the flight…

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Fingers crossed next time I fly through Cafe Vue is open!

Café Vue at Melbourne Airport on Urbanspoon

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2 Comments

  1. I’ve been following your blog for a few months now after stumbling upon it due to your Offspring entries, but haven’t caught up for the last few weeks as have been on holidays. Imagine my suprise when catching up on what I had missed I see the picture of Cafe Vue. I had been in that exact spot less than twenty two hours later! Coming from country Victoria, macrons haven’t found it this far yet and having read your entries on macrons, I felt the need to indulge. Oh my word, you weren’t kidding, delish! I will be craving that passionfruit one for months to come. Anyways, just thought I would let you know that I love the blog and what a small world it really can be. p.s. have a great trip!!

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