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This is an impressive chocolate house. There's a shop with a wide range of sweets and a cosy cafe with delicious mini cakes, hot chocolate, and other goodies. The cafe has an amazing view from its windows.
If you want to admire chocolate sculptures and stroll among dozens of different types of chocolates and bars this is the place for you. There are types for all tastes and everything is neatly distributed. Then to conclude the visit, take an hour to spend...in the tea room upstairs where you can taste one of the many desserts they prepare, excellently presented and at the right price!More
A chocolate house with a difference, this is a shop on three floors with the top being a restaurant cafe stop.
There are single chocolates on plates going round the belt like a sushi bar to try with your coffee. Great idea and the coffee...is in line with other coffee houses around for price.
This place is well worth seeing if not just to see the local attractions made out of chocolate in giant fashion. They are on the ground level with the individual chocolate selections. The purchase made here was an individual tin that can then be filled with you selected chocolate.
The location of this shop is easy to find behind and down from Gendarmenmarkt. It’s on a street corner and should be easy to spot.
The cost is in line with other chocolate stores with the current euro exchange may be pricy however the cakes in the cafe are around 5 euros each which I think is great considering where you are.More
On a rainy afternoon, we decided my and my boyfriend to visit this place as we wanted to drink hot chocolate.
we ordered 1 hot milk chocolate and 1 hot chocolate with 70% cocoa. the first one was very tasty, the other one I was...a little bit disappointed however the waiter did warn me that it is quite heavy!
we also order a choco pastry which was also average.
I would only go there for the hot milk chocolate!More
Date of visit: January 2020
Schokoladenhaus, Geschäftsführer at Rausch Schokoladen-Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded March 11, 2020
thank you for your review and your feedback. We are happy to hear that you like our hot chocolates. Our tarts are freshly prepared for our customers every day. It is a pity that we did not meet your taste with this creation....More
We missed breakfast at the hotel across the road and happened upon this delicious chocolate house. We had an apple waffle with caramel sauce a plain(ish) one with fruit and dark chocolate as well as a Berliner hotdog with pickle & crispy onions !
All...were amazing and the less sweet hot chocolate, divine.
Eilles Tea was served in the best “pull the tea bag away easily” cup!
Hoping to miss breakfast at the hotel again tomorrow!
Oh and very good value! 4 of us had 5 waffles and 3 drinks for €30!More
I had a chocolate desert, which was good, but the Mint hot chocolate with mint liqueur and cream on top, was amazing. They serve their hot chocolates with 3 types of chocolates:43%, 60%, and 70%. I took the 43 and it was awesome!