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About Tsokolateria

Tsokolateria Artisanal Cafe. Famous for Everything Cacao & Everything Local.

It is Boutique Bed & Breakfast located in Tagaytay City, Philippines. It is where to enjoy the restaurant's relaxing ambiance, view of Taal, and delicious food.

Tsokolateria menu is either made with cacao as the main ingredient or has cacao bits. They serve a cup of handmade old-fashioned tsokolate de batirol and unique flavors like Tsokolate Ah at Lechon Chicharon Disc, Tsoko Mallow, Sili Labuyo Tsoko Blend, Frozen - Hot Tsoko, Tsoko - Barako, Tostadong Yema, and Dulce De Leche.

A Tablea Champorado uses mountain rice cooked with their rich table. This is served with milk and salty adobo flakes, chicharon, and fish chips to bring out the sweetness of the champorado.

For other menu. Bacon Lechon Kawali Cebu-Style. This dish is unique because the crispy liempo is marinated in tanglad (lemongrass) and then cooked with peppercorns, bay leaf, and cacao nibs. Tsokolateria's Black Risotto is not your regular risotto. This one is made with squid, black ink, a dash of Davao's tablea powder, and fresh gata. They serve this with their special Tokolate Crostini.

HAPPY CONCEPT GROUP HISTORY CONCEPT I remember growing up playing in these Filipino restaurants: Barrio Fiesta and Bakahan At Manukan; Singing Cooks and Waiters Atbp. and Isdaan, which were owned by Rod Ongpauco and Liberty Ilagan. I eventually found my job at these concept restaurants. When I was seven years old, I began billing customers and worked summers at various positions. This was the way I learned how to run a restaurant and was able to emulate my parents' management style. While I was studying to be a chef at The Culinary Institute of America I didn't want my involvement in the business to just food preparation.

My goal was to become a hands-on entrepreneur and leave my mark on the same industry my family has been a prominent player. I was supported by my parents in my determination to go it alone. In 2000, World Topps opened its first branch in Quezon City at Timog Avenue. I had no money and decided to take a leap of faith.

I maxed out my credit card so I could pay my capital. I was able to get my ROI in a little over a year. Over the years I have also owned Hawaiian BBQ, Pamana and Tsokolateria. I absolutely love Backyard BBQ Grill.

We currently have 14 branches across the Philippines. Bespoke Catering, Private Dining by Happy Concept Group, is something I have also tried. We offer beautiful tables, sumptuous meals, and private chefs to help make your event memorable. Happy Carts, which is a kiddie food truck that fits the theme of any event, are also available.

They can be used for corporate events and birthday parties. Slim at Home is a home-based slimming center. Mom Made was launched last year. We make ready-to-cook frozen meals that are low in preservatives.

This is a great option for busy moms such as me, who want to create healthy and delicious dishes we can cook for our kids. My first Le Chon branch was also established at The Grid, Power Plant Mall. We will open our second branch in BGC this year. Le Chon has allowed me to add French flavors and techniques to this Filipino classic.

My proudest achievement is that The Dining Room, my most grand plan, was opened. It offers a variety of HOUSES for private events. This offshoot of Private Dining by Happy Concept Group, which I also own. Information about Franchise Happy Concept Group's Restaurant Concepts View Details Barrio Fiesta's Restaurant Concepts View Details
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Hours of operation

9:30AM - 7PM
9:30AM - 7PM
9:30AM - 7PM
9:30AM - 7PM
9:30AM - 7PM
9:30AM - 7PM
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on Mon Dec 26 2022
We went for breakfast and we had a disappointing experience. The menu is limited and not very appealing, lots of deep fried dishes, we ordered 3 dishes and none was wow, and the hot chocolate, which is uniquely presented, but taste wise is nothing great....So this chain of chocolate cafes is quite famous but for me doesn t live up to it, I wouldn t... see more
on Sun Feb 06 2022
The place was simply lovely! It reminded of those small European nooks where one enjoys a pleasant chitchat with friends over canap s and hot drinks. But what I really came here for was their hot tablea chocolate. We tried their choco Ah and Eh. I...liked the latter more. It s got a bitter sweet taste. Great with churros!
on Fri Dec 25 2020
They seem to be misinformed with the amendment to the age restrictions during this pandemic and during these times little or wrong information is a dangerous thing. It reflects the kind of staff training they undergo and management support. We never had any problems with...Breakfast at Antonio s the other day. Everbody was professional and definite... see more
on Sat Mar 07 2020
The price is worth it. You may think the servings for waffle aren t that heavy but it really is good for 2 meals already at a price of one.
on Wed Mar 04 2020
Great place to appreciate hot chocolate. My wife and I ordered the dark blend. One order is good for 4 cups.
on Thu Dec 26 2019
Especially in the cooler weather, this is a good place to go to if you love hot chocolate, which, by the way, is quite potent and might mess your sleep. Love the bibingka and their pancake selection, though
on Tue Nov 05 2019
We visited Tsokolateria after a hefty dinner at Pamana Restaurant. We tried the bibingka soufle and the tsokolate disk with chicharon. You might think it is an awkward combination but they managed to pull it off. The hot chocolate is soooo rich i love it!...Highly recommended!
on Sat Sep 14 2019
Went here for Breakfast and it was just a perfect choice! They have a great selection of dishes served uniquely with a touch of Filipino tradition. The place is awesome with a view of the Taal Lake. We will definitely come back to this place!
on Wed Jun 05 2019
Place was small. Was expecting really good delicious food but it was okay. Nothing extraordinary. They said tsokalate eh was the best seller since it was bittersweet compared to the sweeter version, but it was not extraordinary. Overall food was o kay.
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