On our way back down from the camping grounds at Hobart Beach (about 2 hrs past Canberra) we remembered that I had Koko Black on my to-eat list. So here we were, stretching our feet out in this 'chocolat' place.
The line was quite long, it was about 2pm, just after lunch, & it was wet outside (& very warm inside). I think we were standing in line for about 10-15 minutes before being able to sit down.
The Front table was full of their chocolates & truffles i ended up getting a gift box for Susan since her birthday was coming up in a few days..
We ordered, & got a receipt straight after. Our orders came out in about 10 minutes, so not bad!
Ann had her supposed affogato hot chocolate ($7.75) & me & Rick shared a cappuchino ($3.85), large pot of Chai Tea ($6.00), Dulce Martini ($8.95) & a cake & biscuit plate ($5.50). I think it was a fair price altogether, but how often do we get to go to Koko Black? (Many cafes in Melb and ONE in Canberra, NONE in syd).
affogato hot chocolate
I probably would of loved the affogato seeing that it had a decent amount of condensed milk :)
The cappuchino came with a serving of milk chocolate flakes.
cake & biscuit plate
The cake & biscuit plate had a mini chocolate cake, chocolate mousse, & two short bread rounds. Oh, and a massive chocolate swirly piece, which i didn't really like i don't like chocolate when its cold its just hard & takes longer to melt in your mouth.
The dulce martini was dulce de leche flavoured icecream, with chocolate sauce & caramelised coconut garnish. It was more vanilla actually, i've only had dulce de leche once and i saw none of that in this.
It was quite a let down actually i don't know. Many people have raved about this place, but i still favour Lindt as my number one chocolate pig out cafe :)