If you love the idea of chocolate in a hot, liquid form, we tell you where to enjoy a fine cup of Hot Chocolate in Pune. Watch out for the premium options and even some which offer vegan and guilt-free avatars of Hot chocolate in Pune.
McDonald's outlets across the city are a great delight to enjoy some live Barista views and fine coffee being brewed. That apart, there is an extensive menu of beverages and one of them is the Hot Chocolate. It is perfectly sweet and made with milk chocolate, creamy and rich on the palate. If you like it spicy, you can simply ask them to sprinkle and mix some cinnamon and nutmeg in it and you are sorted.
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This quaint café is a great option if you want to hang out with your buddies after college. They have Mexico inspired Spiced Hot Chocolate, Milk and White Hot Chocolate too so you can take your pick. All of them seem fine but the one that is most loved is the Dark Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows. It is a good idea to top it with some sweet fluff and add a good balance to your dark chocolate.
This café is spread across 4 outlets in the city and they offer a decent Hot Chocolate. The Hot chocolate here is rather too sweet for our liking but they add cacao powder to add the balance. The fancy and upmarket interiors of the quick eatery are nice and you can chill here for a while.
The luxurious experience of enjoying a fancy cup of Hot Chocolate is unmissable. You must drive down to Daily Treats and spend some quality time here with plush interiors and fine service. The Hot Chocolate is served with a topping of Whipped Cream and that adds a really good touch. You can always ask them to top it with some warm chocolate sauce that adds another note of bitter chocolate goodness.
Amongst the very few organic, vegetarian and health food restaurants, this has been a favourite of many. The Hot Chocolate here comes with some dusting of Valrhona, premium French chocolate that is outstanding. The bitter aftertaste of the Hot Chocolate is amazing and something that can be addictive too. You can make your Hot Chocolate with Almond Milk or Coconut Milk if you are vegan.
Manish has been a Food Photographer, Stylist, Consultant and a Pastry Chef for a long time. His experiences with travel have inspired him to write about food, cultures, cuisines & experiences across the world. He has had his own E-Magazine in the past and some notable contributions to The Times Group and a few other publications. He is massively inspired by the Indian produce of Coffee & Theobroma Cacao, something that he loves to promote and talk more about.