Friday, 18 July 2014

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe, Darling Harbour

Those famous shells make people drool in chocolate anticipation. A stop by Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe called for an array of eating of chocolate and drinking chocolate.  The chocolate drinks have a nice shell hiding in the cup, rich chocolate milky goodness and then a bonus truffle chocolate for the side.  A trio of chocolate if you can handle it.

Prices:  About $7-8 for a drink with a chocolate

The chocolate world is very competitive with your zumbos (here's my review) and your Max Brenners and your Lindt Cafes (yet to blog but have been there) but it's about the different chocolate offering.  I think the Guylian Cafe has a great location in Darling Harbour and those shells are symbolic of the brand.

The other reviews on urbanspoon talk about poor customer service which I didn't experience (and i was with a group of 8). I think the waitress was slightly annoyed at a few people in the group for ordering water and tea but not everyone can handle the chocolate hit after a big Brazilian Churrasco dinner. A convenient dessert location for those dining in Darling Quarter.

Famous for their shells

Eating with your eyes?


Earl Grey Tea and a milk truffle



Olivia and the modelling of water


Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe on Urbanspoon

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