Vasse Village has exciting new additions during 2019 – a new Japanese bar, a bike repair station and FREE wifi.
New Japanese Inspired Small Bar/Restaurant
The Origin 153 will be a small bar/ restaurant that will offer a superb Japanese fine dining experience.
With over 15 years of experience in Japanese cuisine, Head Chef Sunny will bring a thoughtful mix of traditional and modern dishes to her menu. We can’t wait for the tantalizing options for brunch, lunch, dinner & takeaway.
To complete the small bar offering, a thoughtfully curated drinks list will showcase wines, local beers and, of course, traditional Japanese Sake. Wine pairing recommendations will also be provided by a local oenologist.
It’s one of the most highly anticipated additions to Vasse Village and The Origin 153 will be open before Christmas this year. You’ll be able to find the new bar/restaurant in Vasse Village Arcade, opposite Magpie Coffee Café. It will anchor the new building currently under construction.
On entry, you’ll be greeted by a magnificent bi-fold interface to the Vasse Village Arcade and Napoleon Promenade and at the rear is a beautiful alfresco area. The Origin 153 is set to become a vibrant and well received addition to the already thriving Village precinct.
New tenants join the Vasse Medical Centre
Duchess Medical Centre opened in the Village on 8 April. At least two general practitioners from the Busselton practice will be available in Vasse, Monday to Friday from 8.30am until 5pm. A new psychologist is also due to commence trade in the Medical Centre in May.
New Bike Repair Station
The bike repair station is proving to be a popular addition to Vasse Village. Featuring retractable tools and bike pump, the repair station is located on the path that connects the Wardandi Track to the Village Arcade. The historic Wardandi Track (also known as the Rails to Trails) provides a scenic walk and cycleway taking in our natural surrounds.
Vasse Village now provides free WiFi.
Look for Village Free WiFi anywhere from the corner of Napoleon Promenade and Birak Lane to the roundabout connecting Napoleon Promenade and Coomidup Boulevard, and within the arcade area.
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