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Women's bathroom has no toilet tissue nor hand towels apparently for guests or waitstaff which is unacceptable. Didn't eat breakfast. Drank chocolate milk which was ok. Staff was silly and inattentive. For a well known chain this experience was not good.
One of a kind store!!!! There are about nine stores in Oaxaca, all of which sale the same products. You must sample their smoothie it’s delicious. The uniqueness of this store is that you can purchase various kids of flavor, for example chocolate with vanilla,...More
If you like chocolate molé, you'll love this restaurant. Nicely decorated and the employees take pride in their craft.
Our waiter couldn't have been better. My Spanish is week at best but he spoke English. When I asked what the specialty drink of the house...More
On our tour to Benito Huarez market in Oaxaca we visited shop-factory of chocolate.We take a part in preparation of chocolate mix. By the way test of these chocolates isn't great (it not Lindt) in spite that Mexico is place where chocolate was born.
Great place to see how Chocolate is processed, lots to buy, and sample, crowded w/chocoholics. Our tour group made this a stop, its a small place so became packed fast. Lots of authentic chocolate items for sale and lots of free samples. But its not...More
The place on Mina is interesting. You can watch the beans being ground and talk about the process. The first time there we ordered the 100% cocoa hot chocolate without sugar. The hot chocolate was thick and delicious. But the next time it was thin...More
We bought different types of chocolates w/o actually understanding what they are. Initially we supposed those are to be eaten. That was not correct, at least for ours. One shall read the advise on the box - ours were to prepare a hot chocolate drink....More
This place is fun. They grind the beans and make the finished chocolate among other things like mole right there. The 60% was my favorite and I am currently indulging in a cup of cocoa made with this chocolate when I need a treat. The...More
There are a number of branches of this outlet but I would encourage people to go to this one where they show you how its made and you will probably get some samples with a smile because its Mexico and everyone is so nice.