I visited South Africa in 2007. During my visit I fall in love with the country, the people, and the food, and Rooibos tea. Rooibos is a staple among South Africans, and had it with almost every meal I had. I could not get enough of it while I was there. When I returned home, I thought I would for sure find the tea in a store in the states. I did find a version of Rooibos it just did not taste the same. So for years I was always on the lookout.
Last summer, Cederberg Tea House opened on top of Queen Anne Hill. Unfortunately, it took me a year to finally get to Cederburg. ( I did try a couple of times, but they were always closed :() I'm sad I am late to the party. For a year I have missing out on Rooibos and Rooibos latte's (Red lattes). Red lattes are like regular latte's, they just take Roobios tea and finely grind it into the coffee. Red Latte's are my new favorite thing in the world. They also have a few grocery items that they have exported from South Africa. They have the Lipton tea of Rooibos from South Africa. I am now in my happy place. I can't really explain what both of these taste like. You just need to to QA, and try one today!
Cederberg also has South African dishes (bunny chow, savory pies and pastries), and sweet treats. They also have all the makings for a nice little tea party that you schedule for you and your friends.
When we visted, we just had some treats as we had already eaten lunch. We had the Mulva Pudding. it is a little loaf of spongy goodness that has been soaked in some other tasty goodness. Surprisingly enough it not overly sweet, it just has a nice apricot taste to it. We also had a apricot tart.
If you are on top of Queen Anne, get yourself a taste of South Africa. You will not be disappointed. The staff is very friendly and will answer all your questions about their menu.