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Now that winter is officially here, along with sunning out the woollens, another important task is to nurse a giant mug of hot chocolate during those chilly evenings. if you can’t be bothered to make some hot cocoa at home, then just head to these cafes and eateries that offer everything from the standard versions to sinful affairs such as a those perked up with nuts, spices, and plenty of whipped cream.

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Chinita Real Mexican Food

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Chocolateria San Churros

Happy Belly Bakes

Cafes serving hot chocolate in bangalore

The steaming mug of hot chocolate here is as thick as it gets. The perfect combination of gooey cocoa, steamed milk and sugary sweetness, this is one mug {pick the jumbo size} you might want to nurse on a cold, cold evening.

Art of Delight

Cafes serving hot chocolate in bangalore

The hot chocolate here is made out of Hershey’s cocoa and chocolate syrup and is a harmonious mix of milk, sugar and cocoa with some extra chocolate sauce. Add a swirl of whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon, and you are set!

L’inoui

Hot chocolate serving cafes in bangalore

Source: L’inoui

At this chocolate cafe, the selection of hot chocolates available are purely made out of rich, thick molten chocolate with some flavour additions and nuts. Their Dark Chocolate is just that: pure, dark chocolate. Other combinations include dark chocolate with almonds {roasted and caramelised}, cashews, and cranberries. Caramelised hazelnuts and almonds pair up with white chocolate to create other sinful, hot combinations.

Chinita Real Mexican Food

Cafes serving hot chocolate in bangalore

Source: Chinita

The Mexican Spiced Hot Chocolate at Chinita is a winner, especially during winters. Because not only are ingredients such as milk, cocoa and sugar warming for the soul {you can’t go wrong with these ingredients}, but the addition of cinnamon adds a lovely aromatic punch to the hot chocolate.

Cafe Max

The Pure Hot Chocolate at Cafe Max is just molten chocolate, lots of cream and some milk, heated together to create a gooey, messy, and sinful hot drink.

Chocolateria San Churros

Cafe serving hot chocolate in Bangalore

Source: Chocolateria San Churro

Their selection of Spanish hot chocolates has us salivating. Take your pick from Classic Spanish, Aztec {with chilli}, Hot and Cold {with chocolate ice cream}, Madrid Mocha { thick dark chocolate with espresso}, Avellena {with hazelnut} and Mint Magnifico {with mint}. There’s also whipped cream, marshmallows and churros to go as extras along with your hot chocolate.

Bliss Chocolate Lounge

Cafes serving hot chocolate in bangalore

Belgium Classic Dark {with Belgian cocoa}, Ghana Classic Milk {Ghana cocoa} and Spiced Belgium Chocolate are some of the hot beverage offerings at this chocolate-themed lounge.

Starbucks

On a day when you don’t feel like guzzling endless cups of their caffeine, try the Signature Hot Chocolate at Starbucks, a combination of four kinds of cocoa and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with chocolate powder. Starbucks also has a version with white chocolate and milk, and there’s also one for the little tykes with steamed milk infused with mocha-flavoured syrup, and topped with a swirl of sweetened whipped cream.

The Chocolate Room

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Source: The Chocolate Room

The Italian Hot Chocolates at The Chocolate Room come in two sizes: one’s a Cuddle cup { a tall mug} and the other, a warming cup { literally a bowl}. There are plenty of decadent flavours to choose from: classic, mint, hazelnut, Tiramisu, and dark.

Matteo Coffea

Rich cocoa stirred in with steamed milk, topped with dollops of whipped cream and finally garnished with chocolate shavings – this is what the Hot Cocoa at Matteo Coffea looks like. Plus, it tastes really thick, creamy and delicious too.

Smoor

Photo source: Smoor Chocolates

Photo source: Smoor Chocolates

They have five kinds of hot chocolate on their menu including sinful Classic Belgian versions with milk and dark chocolate. Other flavours included a spiced version and a hazelnut one, along with a rich Dark Chocolate Cafe version.

Fabelle Chocolate Boutique

Photo source: Fabelle Exquisite Chocolates

Photo source: Fabelle Exquisite Chocolates

Head to ITC Gardenia to check out the company’s Fabelle Chocolate Boutique. Along with chocolate bars and bites made from cocoa sourced from all over the world, chocolate cups, pralines and iced chocolates, these guys also do hot cocoa with really exotic ingredients and additions. Start with their Sao Tome Classic Hot Chocolate, which includes fruity notes of single origin, 70 per cent dark chocolate from Sao Tome, with hints of Madagascar vanilla and Sri Lankan cinnamon, all topped with whipped cream and cocoa nibs. The Milk Cocoa comes with chunks of pistachio almond nougat and a Spiced Hot Chocolate with 67 per cent dark Madagascar chocolate, is perked up with an Indian spice mix and topped with decadent truffled French Chantilly cream.

Happy Belly Bakes
15/1, Clark Road, Frazer Town, Bengaluru
+919845011638
Starting at 350 for 2
Art of Delight Ice Cream and Desserts
44/1 Residency Road, Bengaluru
+918040913229
Starting at 350 for 2
L'inoui
Ground floor, Phoenix Marketcity, Whitefield Main Road, Beside CMC, Mahadevapura, Bengaluru
+918041284128
Starting at 400 for 2
Chinita Real Mexican Food
218, Near BDA Complex, Double Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore
+918041637107
Starting at 900 for 2
Cafe Max
716, Goethe Institute, Max Muller Bhavan, CMH Road, Indiranagar, Bengaluru
+918041200469
Starting at 1300 for 2
San Churro Cafe
1112, 17th Cross Rd, Banashankari Stage 2, Banashankari, Bengaluru
+917829659542
Starting at 750 for 2
Bliss Chocolate Lounge
589, 12th Main, 2nd Stage, HAL, Off 100 Feet Road, Indira Nagar, Bengaluru
+918040944118
Bliss Chocolate Lounge
Upper Ground Floor, Orion Mall, Brigade Gateway, Yeshwanthpur, Bengaluru
+918022682150
Starting at 500 for 2
Bliss Chocolate Lounge
Hosur Main Road, Chikku Lakshmaiah Layout, Adugodi, Bengaluru
+918022067901
Starting at 500 for 2
Bliss Chocolate Lounge
F67, 1, Mantri Square, 1st Floor, Sampige Road, Near Central, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru
+918030160153
Starting at 500 for 2
Starbucks
HBCS Layout, 4th Phase, 100 Feet Outer Ring Road, JPNagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078, India
Starbucks
Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru
+912265296888
Starbucks
Samrat 2013, 100 Ft Road, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bengaluru
+912265296888
Starting at 800 for 2
Starbucks
Real Square Building, Opposite, Siddam Setty Complex, Koramangala Industrial Layout, Koramangala, Bengaluru
Starting at 800 for 2
The Chocolate Room
6, First Floor, St. Patrick's Shopping Complex, Brigade Road, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru
+918032329191
Starting at 600 for 2
The Chocolate Room
Bangalore Central, Marenahalli Road, Phase 2, JP Nagar, Bengaluru
+918022682244
The Chocolate Room
5, Food Court, Acendas Park Square Mall, ITPL, ITPL Main Rd, Pattandur Agrahara, Whitefield, Bengaluru
+918028026595
Starting at 550 for 2
Matteo Coffea
2, Church Street, Bengaluru
+918043336000
Starting at 600 for 2
Matteo Coffea
319, Farhad Centre, CMH Road, Near HDFC Bank, Indira Nagar, Bengaluru
+918025211612

Milk, Dark, Spiced And Minty: On the Trail of the Best Hot Chocolates in Town

Multiple Locations

Now that winter is officially here, along with sunning out the woollens, another important task is to nurse a giant mug of hot chocolate during those chilly evenings. if you can’t be bothered to make some hot cocoa at home, then just head to these cafes and eateries that offer everything from the standard versions to sinful affairs such as a those perked up with nuts, spices, and plenty of whipped cream.

LBB’s loving

Chinita Real Mexican Food

Readers’ vote

Chocolateria San Churros

Happy Belly Bakes

Cafes serving hot chocolate in bangalore

The steaming mug of hot chocolate here is as thick as it gets. The perfect combination of gooey cocoa, steamed milk and sugary sweetness, this is one mug {pick the jumbo size} you might want to nurse on a cold, cold evening.

Art of Delight

Cafes serving hot chocolate in bangalore

The hot chocolate here is made out of Hershey’s cocoa and chocolate syrup and is a harmonious mix of milk, sugar and cocoa with some extra chocolate sauce. Add a swirl of whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon, and you are set!

L’inoui

At this chocolate cafe, the selection of hot chocolates available are purely made out of rich, thick molten chocolate with some flavour additions and nuts. Their Dark Chocolate is just that: pure, dark chocolate. Other combinations include dark chocolate with almonds {roasted and caramelised}, cashews, and cranberries. Caramelised hazelnuts and almonds pair up with white chocolate to create other sinful, hot combinations.

Chinita Real Mexican Food

Cafes serving hot chocolate in bangalore

Source: Chinita

The Mexican Spiced Hot Chocolate at Chinita is a winner, especially during winters. Because not only are ingredients such as milk, cocoa and sugar warming for the soul {you can’t go wrong with these ingredients}, but the addition of cinnamon adds a lovely aromatic punch to the hot chocolate.

Cafe Max

The Pure Hot Chocolate at Cafe Max is just molten chocolate, lots of cream and some milk, heated together to create a gooey, messy, and sinful hot drink.

Chocolateria San Churros

Their selection of Spanish hot chocolates has us salivating. Take your pick from Classic Spanish, Aztec {with chilli}, Hot and Cold {with chocolate ice cream}, Madrid Mocha { thick dark chocolate with espresso}, Avellena {with hazelnut} and Mint Magnifico {with mint}. There’s also whipped cream, marshmallows and churros to go as extras along with your hot chocolate.

Bliss Chocolate Lounge

Cafes serving hot chocolate in bangalore

Belgium Classic Dark {with Belgian cocoa}, Ghana Classic Milk {Ghana cocoa} and Spiced Belgium Chocolate are some of the hot beverage offerings at this chocolate-themed lounge.

Starbucks

On a day when you don’t feel like guzzling endless cups of their caffeine, try the Signature Hot Chocolate at Starbucks, a combination of four kinds of cocoa and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with chocolate powder. Starbucks also has a version with white chocolate and milk, and there’s also one for the little tykes with steamed milk infused with mocha-flavoured syrup, and topped with a swirl of sweetened whipped cream.

The Chocolate Room

The Italian Hot Chocolates at The Chocolate Room come in two sizes: one’s a Cuddle cup { a tall mug} and the other, a warming cup { literally a bowl}. There are plenty of decadent flavours to choose from: classic, mint, hazelnut, Tiramisu, and dark.

Matteo Coffea

Rich cocoa stirred in with steamed milk, topped with dollops of whipped cream and finally garnished with chocolate shavings – this is what the Hot Cocoa at Matteo Coffea looks like. Plus, it tastes really thick, creamy and delicious too.

Smoor

Photo source: Smoor Chocolates

Photo source: Smoor Chocolates

They have five kinds of hot chocolate on their menu including sinful Classic Belgian versions with milk and dark chocolate. Other flavours included a spiced version and a hazelnut one, along with a rich Dark Chocolate Cafe version.

Fabelle Chocolate Boutique

Head to ITC Gardenia to check out the company’s Fabelle Chocolate Boutique. Along with chocolate bars and bites made from cocoa sourced from all over the world, chocolate cups, pralines and iced chocolates, these guys also do hot cocoa with really exotic ingredients and additions. Start with their Sao Tome Classic Hot Chocolate, which includes fruity notes of single origin, 70 per cent dark chocolate from Sao Tome, with hints of Madagascar vanilla and Sri Lankan cinnamon, all topped with whipped cream and cocoa nibs. The Milk Cocoa comes with chunks of pistachio almond nougat and a Spiced Hot Chocolate with 67 per cent dark Madagascar chocolate, is perked up with an Indian spice mix and topped with decadent truffled French Chantilly cream.

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