Firefighters were called to a blaze at Tayside Forestry on Saturday and worked through the weekend to make the area safe.
Crews attended a shed situated behind the Pinecone Cafe at the Templeton Christmas Tree Farm shortly after 2pm.
The venue, which is run by Tayside Forestry and includes a small gift shop, remained closed over the weekend while firefighters examined the area but it is expected to be open again from Monday morning.
There were no casualties as a result of the fire but the cause and extent of the damage have yet to be confirmed.
It is understood there were customers inside the cafe when the flames broke out on Saturday afternoon and local people described the fire as “really bad”.
One witness reported large amounts of smoke escaping from the back of the building when she attempted to pass it in her car.
She said: “I was driving up to my sister’s house but couldn’t get access to the road.
“I had to go the long way but it was a lovely evening. It was at the back of the cafe but I’m sure there will be smoke damage.”
Another claimed to have heard a loud noise in the area around the same time as the fire was reported to emergency workers.
She said: “We were at the beach in Monifieth and saw and heard the explosion over there and wondered what it was.”
Nobody from the cafe was available for comment last night but bosses took to social media on Sunday to reassure customers no one had been hurt and that the shop would be opening again soon.
A post on the cafe’s official Facebook page said: “Unfortunately we will be closed tomorrow after a fire in one of the sheds today.
“Thankfully no one was hurt. Hopefully we will be operational on Monday.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: “We were alerted at 2.06pm on Saturday, April 13, to reports of a fire at a cafe in Dundee.
“Operations control mobilised a number of fire engines to Templeton Tree Christmas Farm, Templeton Road, where firefighters are currently tackling the fire involving a building.
“There were no casualties. Crews will remain in attendance until the area is made safe”.