Cape Arid Rooms, the home of afternoon indulgence at COMO The Treasury.
Located in the south-eastern wing of the historically-steeped State Buildings, and resting above the official marking of Perth’s Point Zero, the Cape Arid Rooms are the warm and inviting home of COMO The Treasury’s celebrated afternoon tea.
The space features three interconnected rooms architecturally graced with high ceilings, timber-shuttered windows, and walls adorned with intricate watercolour and ink paintings by Alex and Philippa Nikulinsky’s Cape Arid Collection, from which the rooms proudly take their name.
The Nikulinskys are renowned Western Australian artists. The Cape Arid Collection, which has been exhibited since COMO The Treasury’s inception, is a series of paintings inspired by the couple’s adventures to Cape Arid National Park.
The Afternoon Tea, like the Nikulinsky’s’ artwork, is inspired by Western Australia’s natural abundance, with edition of the menu spotlighting the finest local producers and ingredients.
Whether you pair your food with Champagne or beautifully brewed tea, dining in the Cape Arid Rooms is a delightful afternoon indulgence like no other.
Learn more about the Cape Arid Rooms High Tea menu.