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The historic building at 101 St Georges Terrace is becoming a fine food and wine haven. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Terrace gets taste of cheese, chocs

The evolution of The Western Australian Club’s former premises at 101 St Georges Terrace is continuing, with Guylian Belgian Chocolates to open a cafe in the historic building next month.

Guylian, which was established in Sydney in 2007, will open its first Perth store on May 1, offering a range of pastries, baguettes and waffles as well as chocolates, desserts, tarts and slices.

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Café brand and operations director Patrick Freriks said the Perth shop was part of a planned expansion for the firm.

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