We got there almost 6 in the evening. A friend of mine told me about this place. It's in Camp John Hay. It's called Choco-Late' de Batirol.

It looked like it was enchanted from the outside. I took a picture of it.
Inside, even though there were actually no walls to it. You'd find that it's still warm inside. The sets of tables and chairs are all made of wood.
It has its ethnic vibe to it. Just look at one of their lights.
We only ordered their famous Traditional Blend Choco-Late de Batirols. It costs back then ₱ 80.00.
They taste real good. Perfect for the weather back then, rainy. I remember Rizal's book, Noli Me Tangere. Padre Salvi would call this as the "Chocolate, eh!" means thick and rich.

We drank every drop from our cups!
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Date of Visit
2012-12-17
Spending Per Head
₱80 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
chocolate de batirols
5
Taste
5
Decor
4
Service
4
Hygiene
4
Value
0
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