Indulge in some chocolaty goodness on this World Chocolate Day.
Tomorrow is World Chocolate Day and that means you get to eat as much chocolate as you like. Even if your diet doesn’t allow it! After all, it's the perfect occasion for a choco-cheat day!
Chocolate has been around for centuries and during that time, we’ve managed to create a million different ways to consume this delicacy. So, we’re going to tell you where to feast on delightfully different chocolate dishes, this World Chocolate Day.
Chocolate Pani Puri at Goila Butter Chicken. Picture via Facebook.
Chocolate Gol Gappa @ Goila Butter Chicken
Goila Butter Chicken has always been known for its innovations in desserts and its quirky menu. One of these innovations is their chocolate pani puri. If you're a pani puri addict and love chocolate just as much, then this is a must try for you!
Chocolate Shots at Chocolate Heaven. Picture via Facebook.
Chocolate Shots @ The Chocolate Heaven
Ditch those tequila shots, it's time to get high on chocolate! This place serves crazy chocolate shots in 4 different flavours, Irish, Vanilla, Caramel and Hazelnut. This cafe is dedicated to all things chocolate and you'll find a variety of hot chocolates, sundaes, pizzas, waffles and pancakes here too. But the shots are a must try!
If you believe there's no such thing as "too much chocolate", then this one is definitely for you. Not just topped with dripping molten Belgian chocolate, this pizza is also stuffed with layers of chocolaty goodness! Almond slivers replace the cheese on top adding some crunch to this soulful dessert. This may just be the perfect way to end your meal!
Chocolate Thali at DesiKlub. Picture via Facebook.
Chocolate Thali @ DesiKlub
Can you even imagine an all chocolate thali? Well, at DesiKlub it’s a reality. The thali consists of 8 chocolate desserts, comprising of chocolate swiss roll, chocolate truffle, chocolate shrikhand, chocolate gulab jamun, chocolate soup, chocolate lollipop, chocolate ice cream and chocolate khakra. Just make sure you can handle the sugar rush that will follow.