Chamas, Beverley’s premier Brazilian Rotisserie hosted an evening where they invited customers and other guests to show off their new intimate dining area.
Opened in July 2017, Chamas which is located in the centre of Beverley in Wednesday Market has proved to be so popular this is their second expansion in less than six months.
Owner Ali Tekce says the latest upgrade is to accommodate the demand from people wanting to enjoy a more intimate experience and also private functions.
Speaking to HU17.net he said;
“Our decision to expand Chamas is so we can cope with the demand we are facing from customers wanting to come and eat at our restaurant.”
“Upstairs offers a different experience for people, its more intimate. The expansion also allows us to handle the enquiries we are getting from people who want to hold functions here.”
“The upstairs has its own bar and toilet facilities and makes it an ideal location for parties, corporate functions or wedding receptions.”
“We were very pleased to welcome our guests to Chamas and hope they all enjoyed their evening and liked what we have done to the restaurant.
The night was a an action packed evening that saw around 100 people enjoy complimentary drinks, a meal and live entertainment provided in the form of Brazilian Dancers.
Ali says going forward Chamas will be looking to host some Brazilian themed evenings bringing a touch of South America to East Yorkshire with specially adapted menus.
Chamas which is based on the Brazilian Rodizio style, an all-you-can-eat style of restaurant service in Brazilian restaurants as is rated number one out of 107 on Trip advisor.
Diners at Chamas can help themselves to fresh produce from the buffet, while skewers with a range of meats are brought to the table and carved by their staff.
To find out more or to book a table please visit http://www.chamasbeverley.co.uk/ or call 01482 867897.
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