Lavender Blue is the on-site coffee shop and restaurant at the popular Lavender Blue Farmer’s Market in East London. The market is a popular family-friendly jaunt attracting locals and visitors alike and focusing on organic and natural produce. The Lavender Blue coffee shop is the perfect place to relax before or after shopping and to get to enjoy some of the wholesome foods on offer.
Lavender Blue is most famous for their hearty breakfasts, and it is considered by many to be THE place to have breakfast in East London. Some breakfast options include a selection of designer omelettes, traditional farm style breakfast, eggs Florentine, and the ‘Hot Chick’, with peri-peri chicken livers. The day time menu includes gourmet sandwiches, salads, muffins and pastries. The freshly squeezed juices are legendary and there is a large variety of coffees on offer.
After you have relaxed over your breakfast or lunch, resume shopping in the buzzing market. The many stall holders purvey items such as olive oil, nuts, home-made ginger beer, comb honey, endless jams and preserves, sweet and savoury muffins, freshly baked organic breads, vegetables, fruit freshly picked from nearby farms and a selection of meats including Karoo lamb.
Travel on the N2 from East London and take exit 1051 for Bonza Bay Road toward M8/Beacon Bay/East London. Turn right onto Bonza Bay Road. At the second circle, take the 3rd exit and continue onto Main Road / R102. The farm will be on the right after about 1.4kms.
-32° 56' 34.47''
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Farm B67, Old Gonubie Road
Coffee ShopBreakfastLight MealsVegetarian
Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 15:00
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 07:30 - 13:00
Shop: Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 15:30
Please note we do not take bookings.
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