The menu, although small, offers a reasonably priced selection of breakfast, lunch and cakes as well as a range of beverages. The farmhouse coffee shop also has a small farm stall and there is an events venue on site as well. There’s lots of seating outside and a farm area where kiddies can play with the friendly farm animals. Lemon Rose Farm is a quaint venue where the charm of Afrikaner hospitality and typical English tea garden meet.
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Lemon Rose Farm, also known as Lemon Rose Nature Cafe is situated on the Farmer John Nursery, an events venue on CR Swart Drive in Boskruin (Randburg area). Welcome to a wonderful farm-yard themed coffee and lunch venue, where the kids can play all day.
Venue Name:Lemon Rose Farm
118 C.R. Swart Drive, Bush Hill Estate, Boskruin, Randburg
Opening Hours:Mon - Closed Tue – Sat - 9 AM to 5 PM Sun - 9 AM to 2 PM
Price Range:R 400 for two people (approx.)
Type of Cuisine:Family Dining
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 71 reviews
Conant N Says:
This was a beloved local favorite for years, but the owner Jeanie closed up last year after a long time of keeping Skagway’s bellies full and people happy.
Bill C Says:
We stopped here to pick up sandwiches to take on the ferry. The menu allows selection of meat, cheese, and other fixings. The bread is fresh baked, and the sandwiches were quite good. Preparation...
E B Says:
Stopped in for some breakfast donuts or rolls only to find that they don't "do donuts" and their rolls looked unappealing in the case. There was a selection of cookies and some scones and "pastries...