World Chocolate Day is approaching and this July 7th you can not miss these venues for the best chocolate experience filled with cocoa inspired dishes.
Arte & Lusso would like to share some of our favorite places to visit in Dubai if you want to indulge in the finest chocolate experience. In case you want to get your chocolate fix from the comfort of your home, we got options for you as well.
Chocolate Supper at BiCE Ristorante
To celebrate International Chocolate Day on Friday 7th July ,BiCE Ristorante announced wonderful cocoa inspired special four course menu offering patrons a choice of four delectable chocolate based dishes to indulge in– or have them altogether.
Available from 7th – 10th Jul, this menu is designed for true chocolate lovers wanting delicious, comforting flavor of chocolate as a part of the main course too .
Take a sip of true Parisian luxury with the world-famous signature Hot Chocolate “L’Africain” from Angelina Paris known to be the Chocolat chaud à l’ancienne” a rich dark and thick chocolate composed of three carefully selected varieties of proprietary African cocoa imparting complex notes in every satisfying sip. Often sighted as the best hot chocolate in Paris, this simple yet self-indulgent Hot Chocolate is a treat for all your senses.
End your meal with the most luxurious chocolate lava cake while you dine in Angelina. This dessert is an amalgamation of luxury, elegance, and French decadence in a plate!
One of the finest restaurants in Dubai Marina, Café Society is the city’s most sought after venue that combines art deco glamour with artistic expression. Located in the beautiful neighborhood of King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud Street, this restaurant in Dubai Marina is a throw back to the golden years of socializing.
Head over to Café Society–the iconic 1920’s-style restaurant where a variety of decadent desserts awaits. Sweeten up your week by savoring some of the dining venue’s signatures while you drop by for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Last but not least, explore this list of chocolate filled deserts that will surely make you go ‘loco for cocoa‘
CrazyShake® at Black Tap
Proving that aesthetic food can be delicious too, this half dessert, half drink will be sure to put you in a sugar coma. From brownies to cookies, sprinkles and more, Black Tap has all your coco cravings covered with even a vegan option.
African Powerhouse at 3fils
This dessert will make sure you have room for something sweet after your feast at 3fils. Rich Ghana dark chocolate paired with the creamy Madagascar ice cream will take you all the way to #dessertheaven
Home Ice Cream Box from BRIX
For the ones that don’t wanna leave the sofa, Home Ice Cream Box will give you sugar, spice, and everything nice from the comfort of your own home. Two tubs of their famous ice cream (one of them being chocolate) can be accessorized with the chocolate chili sauce and the chocolate shards to make your taste buds melt. Don’t settle for just one scoop! Available to order from Chatfood or directly through Brix.
Flinder Lane Shake at Common Grounds
The sweeter side of life without the guilt after. Made from 70% dark chocolate, this vegan shake is mixed with almond milk, Encounter espresso, dates, peanut butter and cacao nibs to give you an energy boost with your sweet tooth still feeling satisfied.
Dubai’s popular island destination and home to the iconic Ain Dubai, is celebrating World Chocolate Day on Wednesday 7 July with an assortment of delectable deals. Bluewaters is calling all chocoholics and anyone with a slightly sweet tooth to head over to the island to try some tasty treats.
Un Dimanche à Paris
Spoil yourself, or loved one, with the croustillant chocolat – a chocolate-almond cake covered in chocolate mousse, embellished with a gleaming ganache de chocolat and topped with an elegant tuile de cocoa. A small cake costs just AED27, or, depending on your appetite, a full cake is AED220.
For a refined, Italian experience, stop by Alici to sample their fondente al cioccolato, a dark chocolate Nutella fondant accompanied by luscious liquorice ice cream. All that for just AED50. Take in the surroundings while you gorge and enjoy the glitzy views of Dubai’s skyline and the shimmering water of the Arabian Gulf.
Mitts and Trays
You can delight in Kunafa Croquembouche for a AED40 Arabian-flavoured semolina coated with string pastry and served with white chocolate smelts; this really is everything you could ask for in a dessert.
Basanti and Co
Indian kitchen and cocktail lounge to try something new, perhaps the Chocolate Magnum Kulfi? Or will it be the decadent Rabdi Cheesecake?
Which one will you be trying this July 7th?
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