So a couple of days ago I was lucky enough to go to Shamba Cafe with some friends and my sister. It was such a fun and amazing experience I had to share it with you guys.
Firstly we were blown away by how beautiful the place was. There was so much nature and since the area is surrounded by farms the view was incredible. They also grow some of the plants they use in that area.
There were also some super cute goats hanging out there! They were super friendly and soooo adorable!
We had some coffee’s- I had decaf with soy milk cos anxiety is a thing- and MistryLand had the fudge sundae (not sure if that’s what it’s called…). Not going to lie the service was super slow but I get it though because they were super busy the waiters/waitresses are only human. Oh and some people there were celebrating a birthday so they gave everyone cake!!
So the whole place is actually two renovated barns and it has such a cute farm feeling to it. I’m definitely going to go back with my mum- she grew up on a farm and loves farms!
This was the inside of the barn. I can just imagine how cute it would look at night when it’s all lit up!
I was also able to get some organic raw kombucha which was delicious! You can check out the company here.
Thanks for reading the post we had an awesome time!
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38 thoughts on “Shamba Cafe Review And Experience”
It sounds awesome, a place I might like to visit one day.
You totally should if you’re ever in Nairobi!
Wow – Nairobi. You never know what the future holds, perhaps I will visit one day. 🙂
You never know where life will take you!
Looks like you had a fabulous time. But you didn’t have any goat’s milk coffee or creamer???
No I had soy milk because I don’t drink dairy 😣 My mum loves goat milk though and we’re going to go back to buy some for her!
I have found that an almond/coconut milk mix is pretty good.
Yeah that’s my favourite but they didn’t have it unfortunately.
I’ve just tried chocolate almond milk. It’s not as good as the real thing, or milk with Hershey’s syrup, but it’s an OK substitute when I get that overwhelming chocolate urge and not sure what I want.
Yeah I think it also depends on how it was made and who made it because I’ve had some chocolate milk with almond milk instead of dairy that’s amazing and I had some the other day that I couldn’t even swallow.
Yeah it’s very calm place!
We need more calm moments in this day in age – it helps us relax and take away our stress.
Nice place, I guess the owner wanted his/her clients to feel at home.
Yeah the owners are great! They walk around making sure everyone is okay!
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Looks a great spot
Heeey it’s not that far from Wasp & Sprouts. Awesome will check it sometime
You totally should but I would recommend don’t go on the weekends because it’s crazy packed.
I’m interested to visit it ! thanks for sharing
Hope you do!
Love it! We need to go back before you go (PS. It’s sundae). Great post!
Lol thanks you know I suck at spellings and we so have to go back!
Great review! ♥️
This is such a lovely cafe – I love how woodsy and homey it looks!
It was so gorgeous and had the best vibe!