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Tour guide brought us here (maybe on commission?). Anyway, a bit of a crowded, garish, loud place. People seemed to enjoy their coffee. Bought a souvenir chocolate tin. Found prices expensive especially since prices are quite cheap all over Vietnam.
we got a free muffin cuz it was a muffin day!
i wish they help customers know that marou chocolate is fair - trade chocolate.
there was not enough information about their fair trade goods
it would help the customers feel...More
Apparently, if you love chocolate, then you'll love this place. I walked 15 minutes to take a look at it, but found it bland, too much light, over-designed and for those who think they can look cool by being here.
Of course, I don't like...More
Went there for the chocolate as a gift, the staff very helpful , the place was nice and i noticed that they serve a beautiful desserts too. I feel bad that i didn’t have much time to try their desserts because i have flight to...More
We tried the chocolate eclair and the brownies ... the eclair was delicious but the brownies were out of this world! I seriously can’t fault them and I don’t think I’ll ever have a brownie as good (the photo doesn’t do it justice)! Also, great...More
The chocolate pastries are really worth trying. We tried the mug mousse and later on, I bought a brownie and chocolate chip cookie to bring home. All of them are absolutely delicious. I also tried their chocolate drink. I think its ok only.
Nice place with good products 100% made in Vietnam. Had a tasteful hot chocolate but impossible to talk, relax and read because of music volume kept high by the young staff. I asked them to lower but they continued to keep it high. Disappointed !
Marou offers a wide variety of chocolote, bean-to-bar made from many provinces of Vietnam.
The taste is completely different from other industrial chocolate that anyone can buy in supermarkets.
However, it is a pity they no longer have the 100% dark treasure island.