Brooklyn >Wholesalers > Chocolate Room
269 Court St, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1123140.684770 -73.994575
Sun-Thurs noon-11 pm, Fri-Sat noon-midnight
Neighborhoods: Cobble Hill
Just the best chocolate deserts – You can order anything it will be fresh and good. They obviously care about their work. It is a good place to meet friends if you dont want to spend the $ on dinner. We even went there on New Years and had 7 courses of Chocolate desserts. The only reason I avoid the place is that I don't want to become a whale
Fabulous Dessert Spot – I love the Chocolate Room, and visit regularly. I am very surprised to see the negative reviews. I wonder what time the reviewer who complained about "rude staff" tried to get an ice cream float? I have been at all times of the day, and have never once been refused anything. The staff is always friendly and helpful.
The dark hot chocolate is delicious, and works especially well in a hot chocolate float. I also think the brownie sundae & puddings & custards are outrageous. I do, however, agree with another reviewer that the ice cream leaves a bit to be desired. It's a shame, because the other parts of their sundaes are fabulous! Not to Chocolate Room -- tweak that detail! The "to go" selection of desserts -- cupcakes, cookies, macaroons, while small, is also wonderful.
Staff has attitude – I went in one day and asked for an ice cream float - they refused to make it for me, claiming that the kitchen is closed. I guess it was too much trouble for them to grill up my ice cream drink . . .
This Cobble Hill cafe satisfies chocolate cravings with a little panache. – In Short
Knipschildt Chocolatier of Conecticut, which has satisfied Park Slope's cravings for three years, now has a new outpost in Cobble Hill. Exposed brick, pressed-tin cielings, marble table tops and mellow music make this a perfect spot for a date or an after-dinner treat. The menu includes wine pairings, and if your cake isn't chocolatey enough you can pair it with chocolate port. All of the baked goods are made in store and the kitchen is open to the dining room so you can watch the experts at work.
Hits: High-quality chocolate in a hip, grown-up atmosphere.
Misses: There's nothing for non-chocoholics to enjoy. Chocolate overload can be fun, but sometimes you need a little variety.
Good dessert, but below expectations – The decor in the new Court Street location is sophisticated, but I found the desserts we ordered a bit lacking. The ice cream in the banana split was soupy by the time it reached out table and the ice cream wasn't something to write home about. The butterscotch custard was delicious, but a bit expensive at 7.50. Overall, a decent (albeit expensive) dessert, but probably won't be coming back anytime soon.
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