Anyone who knows my hubby, knows he has a rather sweet tooth. Especially for berry inspired products. So it was of no surprise that we found ourselves at The Berry Farm in Margaret River.
The cellar door is packed full of delicious produce, all available for tasting – my hubby was like a kid in a candy shop! After making our purchases of several ‘apparently’ much needed jams and syrups we wander over to the cafe to see what we can be tempted to try (who am I kidding)!
The cafe is empty and we’re the only ones there apart from a few small birds who are keenly looking for crumbs. My hubby is at first disappointed everything on the menu is not berry related and there was little choice in the cake cabinet so he chose the main berry option, Boysenberry Pie ($9.50). The pie comes bursting full of boysenberries and the pastry had good texture to it. It was a large serve and he ‘almost’ struggled to finish it.
I chose the traditional Berry Farm Scones ($8) served with jam and cream. The irregular shaped scones were served warm but disappointingly dry, especially the outer edges. The jam was nice and although the cream was fresh more is needed to cover 2 scones. In the end I picked off the dry edges and only ate the middle of the scones.
Overall I’d still visit The Berry Farm again to stock up on their produce and perhaps try something from their appetising lunch menu.
The Berry Farm
43 Bessell Rd
Rosa Glen 6285