Chocolateria San Churro (South Bank)

I havn't been posting because I've yet again been waiting for my internet to be set up... So here's an unposted entry from last week.

The weather this week is an unexpected prospective gloomy one, but on the bright side, I only have three days of class this week! (with lots work to catch up on)  To celebrate a free Wednesday, I went to the market to buy myself some fresh produce, as well as paella (the chicken chorizo is better than the seafood).  On top of that, I decided to pay a visit to the new churro place on Gray Street in South Bank near the movie theatre and see what the hype is all about!  I passed it twice already, and both times they were packed!

I went with a couple of friends, so we got the Fondue for Two between the three of us, as well as a drink for the each of us.  I apologize once again for the photos.  I've been too lazy to carry my Rebel XS around...

I'd give this a 3/5, just for variety and such, but the chocolate cake wasn't tasty, and the popcor was just alright.  The churros, though not authentic, were less oily than expected, so that was nice.  I don't think I would get this from the menu again, but I may return for the churros to try their other dips.  The items here are quite pricey though, and I'm not sure if I would return very often.  the drinks were a little better, and were comparable to Max Brenner, but again, they're about $6 each.

We also got a hot drink each, and I got the Madrid Mocha, which is oooh-so chocolatey and rich, and quite delicious, except or the fact that I was having fondue with it.  The waitress did give us a cup of water each very promptly to prep us for the chocolate overload though. ^.^  My friends had the Avellana (hazelnut hot cocoa) and the peanut butter drink, which I was so tempted to get!  (Maybe next time ;P )

Madrid Mocha!

This looked so nommy...
And they also sell chocolates! As well as other chocolate covered goodies...

I sort of want to try their hot cocoa with chili powder... Aztec style!  But I think I still prefer Le Bon Choix's hot cocoa (not their signature one) over this place.

Price: 10-15 AUD pp | $$
Rating: 2.5/5

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