Feast for the Senses

Indulge your senses and invigorate your spirit at Chapels on Whatley. Not only does it serve up the biggest range of artisan teas in Perth, plus superb speciality Toro Black coffee, it also does fabulous Eurasian cuisine and kick ass cocktails. The amazing menu offers tastes from exotic eastern British colonies of the past like Melaka, Singapore and India. The café/restaurant is housed in a century old building that’s been lovingly restored to reflect the colonial era.

Chapels loves to support local talent, with live music every Friday and Saturday night featuring local artists both old and new. These include Arco – a violinist duo with ties to the WA Symphony Orchestra. Arco has played with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and with Andrea Bocelli in his Australian tour to name just a couple of their outstanding achievements. Catch them every Saturday and Sunday at 1.00pm.

Jazz duo Baisey & Co. has performed with the likes of Marcia Hines and Gloria Gaynor. Jake Dennis, Massina Miller and Marie are other well known local jazz and soul performers you can see at Chapels. WAAPA students Soul Trio deliver a fantastic jazz, bossa nova & blues night regularly and then there’s also The Ensemble- a young violinist duo also studying at WAAPA who delivers a modern twist to the classic instrument.

Chapels is constantly on the lookout for enthusiastic performers to showcase their talents in an intimate setting – something that’s often lacking in our city. So grab your friends and head to Chapels for a few drinks, delicious food and free entertainment. Check out their Facebook page to see who’s playing each weekend.

Chapels on Whatley
196 Whatley Crescent, Maylands (opp Maylands Station)
Bookings 9272 7738    
Email bookings@chapelsonwhatley.com.au

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