- Good for kids
Directions: Located at the pearl qatar towards the end of porto arabia
The Chocolate Bar’s menu not only includes an array of choclates but also includes special cookies and pastries, as well as sandwiches, sodas, cakes and ice creams.
There are teas and coffees, too, including the café’s signature Chocolate Bar Tea, which is flavoured with chocolate, vanilla and Rooibas.
The Chocolate Bar also boasts a broad array of retail products, both special gifts and novelty items for special events, ranging from weddings and birthday parties, to commercial events and corporate gift items.
There are also handbags filled with chocolate products, as well as fun and funky badges – that say Chocolate Rocks! as well as quality T-shirts, and even choco-related hats, trendy fedoras for the guys and elegant berets for the women.
Reviewed by sjoachim on 11 Feb 2010 - 08:28
The red velvet cake is to die for :)
Reasonable prices and lovely atmosphere, with a musician to keep you occupied should you decide to sit outside.
However it can be a little packed on weekends but def. worth a visit.
Reviewed by gadarene on 11 Feb 2010 - 13:42
A chocolate bar with not A SINGLE piece of chocolate for sale???...i love chocolcate & made the mistake of driving all the way to the Pearl to stock up on some quality chocolate,only to be greeted by empty counters,there's hot chocolate though,no thank you,i want REAL chocolate,like a piece of chocolate,NOT chocolate powder mixed with milk/hot water...when they actually do get their chocolate stock cleared from customs(apparently customs is checking every piece to make sure it doesn't have alcohol in it *eyeball roll*),hopefully we can get to get sample it...until then,one doesn't need to drive ALL the way to the pearl to drink hot chocolate & buy a t-shirt that says "chocolate something" now does one?...
Reviewed by madimad on 1 Aug 2010 - 13:41
I love deserts...really.
I wanted a rich, gooey, chocolaty dessert - something so rich that i would feel sick after finishing it...
With a name containing the word chocolate, I thought I was on for a treat. But, in all honesty, the puddings were incredibly mediocre. Not necessarily bad, just not good enough - the cake (a specialty, apparently) that was recommended was dry, and the brownie unremarkable, and the ice-cream tasted like a supermarket variety. My wife does a better job at home.
Simply, dont bother - it aint worth the effort, nor the eventual disappointment.
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