The Old Synagogue is home to four unique venues, all in a stunning heritage-listed site, originally built in 1902. Opened as Western Australia's first synagogue, the incredible building has since been an immigration centre, an auction mart, a carpet shop, a clothing outlet, a gallery and a cafe. The Old Synagogue is now the perfect example of Fremantle's heritage being restored and revitalised.
The award-winning restaurant, Tonic + Ginger, offers a culinary journey through south-east Asia with a fusion style menu featuring hot, sour, salty and sweet plates from renowned head chef, Leigh Power.
The Arbor is a hip beer and wine garden, with a modern Australian menu. Drink and enjoy the Fremantle sunshine - and half priced pizzas every Wednesday.
Mr Chapple is open for breakfast and coffee and transforms into a crafty bar with tasty bites and a rooftop terrace that looks down the Cappuccino Strip. This part of the building was added in 1924 and invites you in, morning, noon or night.
And hidden below the synagogue, L’Chaim is an intimate cocktail bar that allows you to step back in time and 'toast to life'.