Charthouse gets eggstremely creative
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.