Welcome to Rosie-Jean’s; Hong Kong’s first completely family-oriented cafe.
Where kids can be kids, and you can relax!
Situated in the very heart of Mid-Levels, Rosie-Jean’s is a chic, cosy vintage-styled cafe for all the family. Serving fabulous fresh coffees, soft beverages and an array of yummy healthy food, the cafe is a safe, child-friendly environment for your kids to explore and enjoy while you are busy relaxing.
At Rosie-Jean’s we are pleased to offer a range of fabulous hot and cold drinks for your enjoyment, plus a selection of delicious light meals and snacks to keep your energy levels up. Our team of friendly staff serves daily fresh sandwiches, bagels, salads and soups, tempting cakes and pastries, plus an assortment of healthy options for kids.
The atmosphere and facilities at Rosie-Jean’s have been specially designed to help you unwind either indoors or on the terrace and to keep the kids’ minds and bodies active. Featuring a separate outdoor play area from 4:45pm onwards Mon – Fri, all day Saturday and Sunday for $20.
Colouring mats, books & comics, indoor & outdoor toys; plus baby changing facilities, high-chairs, a phone charging station and free Wi-Fi, Rosie-Jean’s is the place to relax on Caine Road.
Fittingly, the cafe has been named in honour of a very special lady called Jean Heathfield. Jean was an extraordinary person who dedicated her life to teaching, charity work and raising her large family. She was born in 1928, the year of the Great Depression, and by the time of her passing she was a mother to six, grandmother to no less than twenty and great grandmother to five. When she reached mandatory retirement age in the UK, she came to Hong Kong and continued teaching, working for The Woodland Group of Pre-Schools until her actual retirement at the age of 75. Jean always had a cheerful word for everyone, was well respected in the neighbourhood and adored by the many hundreds of students she taught during her fruitful life.
Jean has been sipping cappuccinos with the angels for some time now, but we know that she would have greatly appreciated the association of her memory with this cafe and the love and laughter of the many families that will come to enjoy it together.