Restaurant: Holy Choco
Restaurant type: desserts, chocolate, café
Prices: $4.50-$23 desserts, $3-$9 beverages
Date: Saturday February 15th 2020
Table of: 5
My favorite dishes: brownie sandwich + Holy Wheel
Last month, my family and I had the pleasure of trying the all-new Holy Choco as their guests! Holy Choco is a brand new desserts café, serving over-the-top chocolaty desserts, from waffles and crepes to pancakes and brownies, and many more. All of the desserts are served covered in chocolate, so if you love chocolate, this is definitely the place for you! They also serve sandwiches, soups and salads for those looking for something on the savoury side (as well as savoury crepes) and an assortment of beverages: smoothies, milkshakes, hot chocolates and all the regulars.
- Full House homemade French crepe: three crepes in one! A crepe served with Belgian milk, white and caramel chocolate, topped with chocolate muffin crumbles, rice cereals and Oreo, sprinkled with chopped assorted nuts
- Triple Chocolate homemade Belgian waffle: three waffles in one! A waffle served with three of our signature chocolates; milk, white and caramel, topped with chocolate muffin crumbles, rice cereals and Oreo, sprinkled with chopped assorted nuts
- Brownie sandwich: a brownie sandwich filled with strawberries, banana slices and your choice of Belgian dark or white chocolate mousse, topped with all three of our classic Belgian chocolates
- Holy Wheel: customize your experience and choose two of our premium Belgian chocolates: milk, white, dark and caramel, with six items to dip: bananas, strawberry, pineapple, kiwi, chocolate muffin pieces, marshmallows, waffle bites and brownie squares [for two]
We had an amazing afternoon at Holy Choco and enjoyed some delicious, very chocolaty desserts! Everyone loved what they ordered and everything was eaten. Personally, I chose the brownie sandwich, which was everything I wanted and more. Two rich and moist pieces of brownie, smothered in three different kinds of Belgian chocolate sauces and filled with fresh fruits; delicious. I really like brownies and these ones really hit the spot; they were perfect. I also really liked the Holy Wheel, because its basically a Ferris wheel full of goodies, like a chocolate fondue (but way cooler). You get to pick the chocolate sauces and dipping goodies to dip, from many options. So, if you wanted to taste different things from the menu, this is a great pick. You also get to choose the amount of chocolate you put on your items, since you’re dipping them yourself into the chocolate sauces.
My other two kids really enjoyed their desserts too. I enjoyed the loaded waffle, as it was nice and thick and could sustain all of the toppings it had. Unfortunately, for me, the crepe had too much chocolate sauces and you couldn’t really taste the crepe. With that said, it was still a good dessert and my daughter loved it (and ate it all lol).
Definitely, if you love chocolate, you must visit Holy Choco. Its like the holy grail of all things covered in chocolate. They also have less chocolaty or non-chocolate options on the menu, for those who don’t have a big sweet tooth.
*This restaurant post does not contain my usual restaurant review criteria of restaurants, as this is a sponsored post where I was invited to the restaurant as a guest.
*All photos and comments are mine