Biting into chocolate end, had that great sensation of chocolate snapping like on a magnum. A taste of chocolate then the beautiful intense fudge taste.
A smooth hot chocolate with the butter taste balanced by sweetness.
I tried a tester piece of frangipani and that was also very tasty.
The cafe is one side of the shop, it felt slightly cool but to be fair it was November and I had come into shelter from the rain as had open toe shoes on after a pedicure.A fairly basic feel rather than cosy. Concreate wall painted grey. White Walls, one dark blue and the rest of Shop behind cafe. One white wall had blackboard menus; all you can eat toast for the price of a sandwich – worth rembering!
It is on Sharrow Vale Road in Sheffield. There was a selection of gluten free products.
Lovely heart on top. Good but not outstanding hot chocolate.
Great food in cafe. I had a lovely piece of blue cheese quiche and an interesting salad featuring grains, cauliflower and pomegranates. Followed by hot chocolate.
There are lots of menu choices for vegatarians and even some for vegans.
Pretty floor tiles at the foot of the stairs. The cafe is split across 3 floors so cute small rooms. Lots of wood and colourful cushions.
A cruffin is a cross between a muffin and croissant. Muffin shaped, crossiant taste and flakiness albeit with little sponginess texture in middle like a muffin. I had chocolate and mandarin. It had lots of delicious thick chocolate orange filling.
Hot chocolate had good intense chocolately taste.
My order cost just over £6. There was also doughnuts for £2.85 which seemed expensive when can buy 5 pack from supermarkets for £1. However there was a range of doughnut flavours.
Found in the back corner of Attickinson’s building; as if walking from Moore up to Wickes or Waitrose, if that is more your style.
By cabin instead of portacabin with builders tea; think Canadian log cabin. There are wood panels for visual aesthetics but not for touching!
There is sofas, patchwork chairs and sack panels on the ceiling. It is the place to go if you need to bear socks with deer on in Sheffield; it also has a small gift selection.
I had a chocolate which was mediocre and gorgeous Oreo chunk cake.
Average hot chocolate but interesting wall art, chocolate shop and afternoon teas looked good.
Made from solid chocolate in milk. Not very thick. Lovely and sweet.
The best hot chocolate, I found was at Ivy Bros, served in a white mug with bumpy texture on outside and smooth blue inside. Promisingly it was described on the menu as melting hot chocolate. Indeed it was good pure chocolately drink. The cafe itself is quirky with electric objects which they sell and a shark jaw above the counter. They offer an interesting and tempting range of sandwiches and cakes.
It is at Oudezijds Vootmrburgusal 96HE 1012 GH
Many places serve chocomel . It comes in stylish crockery, but is medicore hot chocolate, being mostly milky. It can be enhanced by baileys.