The people who work here really, really, really care about coffee and chocolates. I got espresso shots here twice -- both excellent, with good crema -- and the second time I visited, the barista sniffed the espresso pull she had just made and declared it "not quite fruity enough" and started over! She also explained a lot about how she brews excellent coffee and what equipment she uses.
The chocolates are very unusual. Be careful of the whiskey truffle unless you really understand whiskey. I don't! I thought it had gone bad somehow, but the chocolatier carefully explained to me that they use a particularly peaty, smoky whiskey (I forget the name) that she hand-chose from Scotland, and that some people just aren't used to the taste. She gave me a free chocolate to make up for it, and this time I chose a honey-lavender truffle which was superb: very light lavender taste with sel gris on top -- what a combination!