Chart­house gets eggstremely cre­ative

Southern Telegraph - - LOCAL BUSINESS UPDATE -

Chart­house Cafe will be whip­ping up an “egg­cel­lent” treat this Easter — a marvel­lous twist to your tra­di­tional Easter egg and your favourite cof­fee.

With Chart­house Cafe’s sec­ond birth­day com­ing up, own­ers Rana and Sue Aich have warmly wel­comed thou­sands of lo­cal cus­tomers.

The cafe is the only one in Rock­ing­ham where you can en­joy a blend of Euro­pean, Asian and Aus­tralian cui­sine.

With more than 35 years of global ex­pe­ri­ence, chef Aich’s sig­na­ture dishes are loved by all cus­tomers; pan-fried cob­bler served on a bed of pick­led fen­nel salad, curry shep­herd’s pie and a tasty tan­doori chicken salad.

“These best­selling dishes are made like no other,” chef Rana said.

Chart­house Cafe’s cof­fee has a unique taste, tex­ture and aroma for cus­tomers, leav­ing cus­tomers want­ing more.

The cafe is also filled with pieces of artwork de­signed by Mrs Aich, a pro­fes­sional artist, who also adds her spe­cial touch to what could be a reg­u­lar cup of cof­fee.

Latte art is seen on every cof­fee served, rang­ing from love hearts, cherry blos­som trees and Easter bun­nies.

“Like any other cafe we serve cof­fee, but have a spe­cial point of dif­fer­ence,” Mr Aich said.

No strangers to of­fer­ing unique dishes, the Aich’s have in­vented the “egguc­cino” — a taste of Cad­bury choco­late, cof­fee and whipped cream, avail­able now.

Your Easter treat, served with artis­tic panache, awaits you at Chart­house Cafe.

Sue, Rana and Ro­hini Aich show off their egguc­cino.

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