Elphino’s coffee shop has been given a fresh, modern look.
It’s coming up roses for charming village coffee shop
Elphino’s, the charming coffee shop situated in the grounds of the Elphin Lodge retirement village in Lyndhurst, has had a make-over.
Interior designer Anne-Mare Liebenberg worked her magic to give the coffee shop a fresh new look. A huge panel of pink roses is the focal point of the shop, which is bright and inviting.
Sheer roller-blinds have been installed at the outdoor seating area to protect visitors from the elements.
Elphino’s opened in 2012 in the Rand Aid retirement village. It is a wonderful gathering spot for people visiting residents of Elphin Lodge and Ron Smith Care Centre, but also welcomes anyone who is looking for a supportive environment to enjoy an outing with an older person.
Wanda de Groot, who took over as manager of Elphino’s just over a year ago, is also introducing a new menu. Old favourites have been retained and there are a few tempting new offerings.
The food is freshly prepared and very well priced. To give you a teaser: a chicken mayo toasted sandwich served with chips is R29, a cheese and bacon spud with coleslaw is R35, fish and chips are R45, a Cajun chicken and avo wrap is R42 and breakfasts range from R27.50 to R50. Enjoy a scone with jam and cream for R20, chocolate or toffee pudding for R30, a filter coffee for R18 or a milkshake for R25.
Elphino’s is open on Tuesdays to Sundays from 9am to 4pm and provides a welcoming environment for older persons and their loved ones or carers.
Barista Vivacious Sibanda with a tempting lemon meringue pie.
Enjoy a perfectly made cappuccino as Elphino’s.
Little features draw the eye inside Elphino’s.
A small selection of hand-made crafts, sauces and jams are on sale at Elphino’s.
The outdoor seating area is now protected from wind and glare, thanks to roller blinds.
Remember to leave space for a slice of cake, a pancake, waffle or milkshake.
Browse through a magazine while enjoying your meal.
Elphino’s new menu. Spot your fancy!