It was super cool to see the chocolate development over years, explained by our instructor while creating the different chocolate kinds ourselves!
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I have to admit that I was a little skeptical before the workshop. I imagined a very hokey experience, but it turned out to be educational and a lot of fun. Kenny made it extra special. He went out of his way to make our...More
Good place to enjoy a filling breakfast. While the menu is limited, you can have seconds or thirds until you are saitieted. Perfect for you Ketonians out there. I enjoyed two ham and cheese omelettes and a crepe. I also had a limited serving of...More
We had a morning class of chocolate roasting, drinking and eating. Our teacher ISMAEL was excellent and spoke perfect English and Spanish. He engaged us so much and we had such a great time. Our 11 year old daughter loved it!! We recommend this class...More
My wife and I were recently in Granada and were in the mood for something fun and interactive. The 2-hour workshop was just the thing we were looking for. A big part of what made the experience great was our instructor, Kenny. His enthusiasm and...More
This buffet is great. They have Gallo pinto, plantains, potato's(they were a little cold) muesli, yogurt, fruits, coffee, water and juices on the buffet and you can order unlimited freshly cooked eggs, waffles, pancakes and crepes. The chocolate sauce on the waffles is made in...More
I loved the experience and will definitely replicate it at home. I will recommend it to my friends. It was fun (with many grupal dynamics) and very interesting, with fun facts about varieties of cocoa beans and the processes required to make chocolate, given by...More
There is no where in the whole world that delivers an artisanal chocolate experience like Choco Cafe. Great, friendly, delicious and rich chocolate experience by a culinary and hospitality team that is simply amazing. Loved it! Ishmael took me on the cacao plantation tour, horses,...More
I visited the cafe for its all you can eat breakfast which was great. A nice selection of fruit, yoghurt and granola as well as your typical Nicaraguan breakfast with also omelettes, pancakes and waffles which are made to order.
The chocolate class was really fun and entertaining. The teacher Kevin was very nice. On the class, we made chocolate drinks and bar fron the very beginning, and at the end we took the chocolates we made by ourselves. I totally recomend this tour! Is...More