– Charles Lloyd, To Autumn
As we enter the month of November, where the leaves complete their journey and are then trodden on, I have an increasing desire for cosy, intimate spaces, with a fire blazing, a pot of hot tea on hand and an Agatha Christie mystery to get lost in. Nourish Kitchen & Cafe, located in an 1889 heritage house in James Bay, Victoria, ticks all those boxes.
On the main floor is the Dining Room , complete with a brick fireplace, where Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are served.
The Cafe is around the corner where you can grab a coffee/tea and muffin and head upstairs…
to the The Study, The Parlour or The Cloud….
for intimate and secluded spots for eating and chatting…
reading and writing….
…studying and maybe a bit of sleeping.
Lil and I rested our weary bodies here but we only had coffee/tea because we had lunch reservations at another place. We found Nourish Cafe to be a delightfully cosy place, abounding with nooks and crannies, couches and chairs. A great spot for conversation and food.
During the warmer months The Garden is open and you could find yourself surrounded by planters of kale, garlic, rosemary or thyme.
Bikers consider this a favourite respite location and the bike racks are a visible welcome sign for them.
Nourish prepares vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and meat loving food so that all can enjoy!
Nourish Kitchen & Cafe
225 Quebec Street