May 11, 2012

Dinner @ Lindt Chocolate Cafe (Sydney)

I was so thrilled to find out that there are Lindt Chocolate Cafes in Australia! I absolutely love Lindt chocolate! So after a tiring day touring around the Blue Mountains, my family ended up at Lindt Chocolate Cafe for dinner (yes, that's right!) I'm perfectly aware that eating desserts for dinner is not the healthiest thing, but at least this way, we won't be too full for desserts for sure!
In addition to chocolate, Lindt Chocolate Cafe serves up ice cream, drinks, an assortment of enticing cakes...
...and also macarons, which they call delices.
I took one too many pieces of these sample chocolate since I was absolutely starving. Can't remember what kind it was.
We started off with Lindt milk chocolate ($7 AUD), which came with three separate cups. One for the pure melted chocolate, one for steamed milk, and one for combining the two.
I loved the hot chocolate!!! It was so much fun to mix the milk and chocolate together and we were able to control the degree of sweetness to our liking! The hot chocolate was delectably rich and creamy. It was the perfect comfort drink for a chilly evening!
Next, we sampled a chocolate hazelnut gâteau ($13 AUD)- a layered vanilla bean cake with roasted nuts, granduja, and chocolate ganache. Unfortunately, the cake was a miss for us. The texture of cake was as heavy as a brick, and I wanted the hazelnut to come through more.
Above all, I was most looking forward to try Lindt's famous waffles ($16 AUD) with cookies & cream ice cream and hot chocolate fudge sauce!
There was something sinfully satisfying about pouring that luxcious molten chocolate over the ice cream waffle.
Light and spongy waffle + ice cream + decadent chocolate sauce = match made in heaven!!! 
Then we decided that perhaps eating pure desserts for dinner wasn't the best idea in the world, so we supplemented our desserts with a mushroom and thyme quiche ($14.90). After all the sweets, the earthy, savoury quiche was a welcomed change. It was surprisingly tasty, as I'm pretty sure it was one of those frozen kinds.
The verdict- we all loved Lindt Chocolate Cafe and I wish they'll open one in Toronto!
Lindt Chocolat Café on Urbanspoon
My other Australia posts:
Cafe Ish
Uchi Lounge
Red Door Cafe
Bills
Momofuku Seiōbo
Bangbang Espresso Bar and Cafe
Quay 
Pranzo

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