If you’re a loose-leaf lover, be sure to enjoy a pot of tea at Chapels on Whatley. This beautiful tea house is found on Mayland’s buzzing Whatley Crescent café strip.
The dining room is stunning, with rich timbers and bright red Chinese lanterns.
Sit indoors, or enjoy the shady courtyard.
We popped by for a cuppa and cake. This isn’t you’re ordinary choice between English breakfast, Earl Grey and something herbal. Here there are pages of fine tea blends to choose from and enjoy. The friendly staff, including owner Keith, are only too happy to make suggestions. The tea swiftly came out in pots, and beautiful miss-matched cups and saucers. We tried a “royal keemun black” tea similar to Darjeling, which my husband loves, but can’t often find. We loved the flavour and it is a favourite of English royalty. Our daughter tried a “Crème de la crème”, a wonderfully fragrant French vanilla style tea.
There are plenty of fresh scrumptious cakes, and slices in the cabinet. We tried a butterscotch an pecan cheesecake, gold leaf and red wine fruit cake (amazing!), and an orange and almond cake. All were fresh and delicious. The menu offers brunch and breakfast options – most with an “Eurasian” twist. For lunch you can enjoy satay sticks and more.
Chapels on Whatley also offer high tea, which I imagine would be fantastic. There’s also plenty of tea to take home and enjoy. We’ll be back for sure.
Find Chapels on Whatley at 196 Whatley Cres, Maylands.
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