Shopping in Melbourne is sensational… and every time my energy depleted, a San Churro Chocolateria franchise seemed to come to my saviour. They were seriously everywhere! Brunswick Street Fitzroy, Lygon Street, Harbour Town & more.
Chocolate tapas, truffles and more, on display
A double serve of churros included 6 hot Spanish donut sticks and a choice between white, milk and dark liquid chocolate or dulce de leche (Argentine caramel). The churros were irresistible. Hot and crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. We dunked our way through the plate in no time.
Churros for two
On a separate day, we had tea, a cappuccino and fondue set. The fondue set was an astonishing $18.90 but all was forgiven once I dived in.
English breakfast tea
Fondue set for two
Strawberry dipped in liquid dark chocolate
For decadent desserts, chocolate-themed everything and sticky fingers, San Churro is the place to be. There aren’t as many franchises in Sydney, namely Glebe, Miranda and Chatswood but I’m dying to try the banoffee bolero of fresh banana, Argentinean caramel, milk chocolate ice cream, whipped cream and masses of chocolate shavings.
San Churro Chocolateria