In order to enter or leave the historical Elizabeth Farm at 70 Alice Street, Rosehill, NSW 2142 you need to go through the Elizabeth Farm Tearoom. This is a great opportunity to stop and have something to eat or drink. Or you can make a trip just to the Elizabeth Farm Tearoom for a snack. It’s worth the trip – the scones are amazing!
There are limited seats inside but a few more tables outdoors. If the weather is nice we would recommend sitting outside and looking over the garden. A word of warning if you sit outside though: we had one bird wait patiently until we were nearly finished our meal before it tried to come and see what was left.
The Elizabeth Farm Tearoom offers coffee, cakes, devonshire teas, sandwiches and light lunches. Gluten free options are available.
We ordered the Devonshire Tea – two scones, strawberry jam and whipped cream, served with tea and coffee. We could have shared the scones as they were huge and very filling. They were hot, fresh and nicely frosted. The cream was really delicious (and a large serving) and the jam was good.
The cappuccino is worthy of separate mention. It had a very high, whipped froth head sprinkled with lots of chocolate. Mr Whimsy considered this crescendo to be the largest cappuccino top he’s seen and Little Whimsy enjoyed her first ever foam tasting. The look on her face was priceless.
The Devonshire Tea was great value at $11 so we would definitely go back again.
Saturday and Sunday, 10am–4pm
(last service 3.30pm)
For more details head to their website https://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/elizabeth-farm/visit and for their current menu.