A Perfect Brunch Spot for Chocolate Lovers {Cacao 70}

April 20, 2018


As soon as I walked into Cacao 70, I was lured into a strong aroma of sweetness. A creamy, rich chocolate fragrance filled the entire restaurant. Something about this scent that was particularly inviting for me. Of course, because I love chocolates! I looked over to the counter ahead. Staffs were scrambling to fulfill customers' orders while I I tried to compete for their attention for a table. Will and I got seated next to the counter. I hadn't even look at their menu yet but was already distracted by their product display. From chocolate bars, to cocoa powder to fondue set, each packaging was tastefully designed and an art of its own (see what I did there?). Their interior design of this space was gorgeous. Semi-open concept kitchen with beautiful decor, eye-catching chevron chairs and stunning patterned floor tiles! I just couldn't stop taking pictures of this space!






Their menu included options for brunch, dinner and desserts with brunch menu starting from morning until 4 pm. Some of the brunch items included the good ol' classics such as croque-madame, omelettes, frittatas and savoury crepes. I ordered their savoury waffles that came with smoked ham, sunny side up eggs, roasted mushrooms, roasted red onions, green onions, white cheddar cheese drizzled with bechamel sauce and maple syrup. It was a perfect dish to start my day. Will ordered an American Frittata which came with bacon, smoked ham, roasted red onions, green onions and maple syrup. With his brunch item, it also came with bread, a fruit plate and a small chocolate fondue which really hit the spot!


For those of you who have a sweet tooth like myself, Cacao 70 also offered an extensive dessert menu. Beside chocolate fondue platters (starting at $11.95) that came with exciting flavours such as Earl Grey, Matcha, Coffee, and Peanut Butter, served with fresh fruit, brownie bites and waffle bites, they also had traditional indulgences such as milk shakes, cakes, waffles and crepes!

I couldn't wait to be back to try out their dessert menu!



Did You Know...

that Cacao 70 originated from Montreal and began as a chocolate drinking bar? Since then they expanded from their Montreal roots to opening up stores across the country. Be sure to pay a visit to their chocolate factory when you're visiting Montreal!

Toronto Locations

Distillery District
28 Gristmill Lane Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3C4

Queen Street West
485 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2A9

Scarborough Town Centre
300 Borough Dr, Scarborough, ON M1P 4P5

Markham/Richmond Hill
100 York Blvd., Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1J8

Or check out their other locations in other city in Canada!

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