Lindt Chocolat Cafe

There’s no greater love than the love of chocolate – Mama bear believes I’m addicted where I get grumpy if I don’t get my daily dose of chocolate. FYI no, I am not 10 years old. For all the chocolate and non-chocolate  fans (who am I kidding everyone loves chocolate) out there I’m sure you all must have heard of Lindt. You know the same Lindt that’s sold in supermarkets, THE Swiss chocolate, the guy who taught Haighs. Of course the Lindt Cafe was a must on my to eat list in Sydney.

Lindt hot chocolate – this is what dreams are made of (literally). According to T-dog she could hear me murmuring about how delicious it was while I was still fast asleep. Creamy, silky smooth hot chocolate was like a liquefied version of melted chocolate without being heavy (the elixir of life) . You have complete control on how sweet you want the drink where you can adjust the chocolate and milk ratio in the empty cup. Seconds and even thirds was possible by the time I was done.

 Lindt Hot chocolate ($7)

My eyes locked onto the shareplate as it gave a little bit of everything. We could have our helpings of icecream, fluffy cream and Lindt melted chocolate poured over our small waffles although it’s nothing to rave about. The platter also came with some bland moist brownies filled with hazelnuts and 2 Lindt macarons (I’ve always had a soft spot for their macarons). To be honest this was a hefty $25 price for something quite average and small portioned.

 Shareplate of brownie, macarons, vanilla ice-cream, chocolate, waffles, strawberries and cream ($25.50)

If I lived in Sydney I would have eaten the whole store already so it might be a good thing that I’m safely back in Adelaide.  Lindt Cafe is one place I would give another chance especially because of that delicious dream worthy hot chocolate.

Food: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Atmosphere: 4/5

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