A no-frill chocolate joint in Lower Parel

Sep 22, 2014, 08:45 IST | Dhara vora

If chocolate is your first love, Ne'thing for Chocolate is a dessert store which will offer you culinary solace at affordable prices

Ne'thing for chocolate  
Food: Good
Service: Quick
Ambiance: Tiny

If there was one fictional world that we would love to be lost in, it would have to be Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. While such dreams plague the writer's craving for chocolate at work, the reality just has packaged bars.

Chilly Chocolate Pizza and Ferrero Sandwich.
Chilly Chocolate Pizza, Choco Walnut thick shake; Ferrero Sandwich. Pics/DHhara Vora

And Ne'thing for Chocolate (NFC) plans to change that. Located in Lower Parel, it offers a host of preparations doused with chocolate, like chocolate shakes, sandwiches pizzas, sundaes, etc. They offer delivery, which would be a good option considering there is hardly any seating place.


We decided to try a bit of everything, and ordered Ferrero Sandwich (R110), a Choco Chilly Mini Pizza (Rs 60), and a Choco Walnut thick shake (Rs 100).

Our  journey started on a good note with the grilled sandwich slathered with chocolate and pieces of Ferrero Rocher within. This sandwich was more than enough to satiate our chocolate craving. The Choco Walnut thick shake was a plain chocolate shake (with walnuts sprinkled on top), which surprisingly seemed a tad watery inspite of a thick consistency. We guess this might be due to some refrigerating error.

Next up was our Choco Chilly Pizza that seemed a bit like a DIY project. While what we hoped for was some spices infused in the chocolate, what we got was a pizza base coated in chocolate with chilly flakes sprinkled on top. However, we don't hold any grudges as the base came with a hazelnut chocolate centre in addition to the chocolate on top. This made it a paisa-vasool buy.

On the whole, NFC is perfect for a no-frills indulgence for your chocolate tooth.   

At: Opposite High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel.
Call: 24979153

Ne'thing for chocolate didn't know we were there. the guide reviews anonymously and pays for its meals.

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