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Famed bald man and chocolate maestro Max Brenner continues to tempt us inside with his creamy hot chocolate in hug mugs and chocolate blocks and... banana pizzas? Yikes.

Reviews of Max Brenner Chocolate Bar

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  • arrow273   3 reviews
    Great service always!
  • Peyton_S   3 reviews
    I am in love with them. It is soooo delicious!
  • Kittyyyy   3 reviews
    WARNING: The chocolate of Max Brenner is irresistible! Don't try it or you will be forever addicted!
  • Out About Cafe Crowd   216 reviews
    As I write this my head is spinning from so much chocolate. Started with the toffee chocolate frappe, ideal on such a warm day followed up with the tuti fruitti waffle served with ice-cream, strawberries and banana... And of course more chocolate. Quite good but the waffle was a little too hard for my liking. My dining companion had the chocolate babka. Amazing hot cinnamon roll which he poured melted chocolate into. Heaven. Needless to say this has been one big chocolate overload and a long walk home is in order.
  • Penny C Cafe Crowd   58 reviews
    This Max Brenner is a winner, and in a great spot on Oxford street, but the space is just a bit too tiny. There are often people waiting outside for a table during busy times, and when you do get in, the tables are squashed together just a little too tightly to be comfortable to move. The usual Max Brenner awesomeness is all there though, with the Danish Toffee hot chocolate and mint hot chocolate some great ones I've tried. Food-wise I can vouch for the banana praline crepes and the chocolate fudge brownie, though if you don't have a pretty extreme sweet tooth (like me) this place may not do much for you. Bring a willingness to over-indulge and let go of thinking about how wrong all this stuff is, becuase it's downright amazing when you do. Have had some awesome rainy days here with friends and a book.
  • T Modra Cafe Crowd   53 reviews
    Max Brenner has mastered the idea of creating a chocolate caf that even the healthiest of eaters simply cannot resist. Dark wooden fittings including the tables and chairs help to create the feeling that you have just walked into a chocolate factory. If that is not enough, upon entry there is a huge melting pot where fresh chocolate is being produced and swirled around no a daily basis. Most of the time you go there it will be pretty busy, particularly as people indulge on the weekend. It is also open later during the week and is the perfect way to finish off a great meal at a local nearby restaurant. I highly recommend you try the Suckao, which gives you the ability to create your own Hot Chocolate. You will be given some milk, some choc buds and a mug with a candle underneath to melt the chocolate. The perfect way to satisfy those sugar cravings.
  • Eatstreets Cafe Crowd   62 reviews
    I have to disagree with Holly below - this is my local Max Brenner and I'm never disappointed by the service. It goes without saying that the food and drinks on offer are absolutely to die for. If you haven't had one of Max's signature hot chocolates in the 'hug mug', then you haven't lived. For a real indulgence, look no further than the waffles. I am not exaggerating, they are one of the most amazing things I've ever eaten. I think the atmosphere in the Paddo store is really great as well (a stark contrast to the over-sized and over-crowded location in Bondi Junction). You don't really feel like you're sitting in a franchised chocolate shop. If you ever have out-of-towners in Sydney, I think this is a great spot to take them for a treat. And may I suggest skipping dinner beforehand? Save the room in your stomach for the waffles and ice-cream...
  • daisy000   2 reviews
    Max Brenner, marry me!
  • Holly   41 reviews
    This was the worst Max Brenners experience i have ever had! The staff were rude, didn't use fresh coffee and forgot half of the ingredients in our orders. Very disappointing. Love Max Brenners, but will never go to this particulare one again.
  • andy_brown Newbie   1 review
    With the scent of fresh choclate in the air a warm coffee on a rainy afternoon really does go down a treat. The service is friendly, artworks and layout beautiful and a very unique atmosphere. As it is only a small shop the noise level can be exceeded but is the shops only let-down. The chocolate shots are only a couple of dollars and are a must have drink. Perfect for a break from the intense shopping on oxford street or to meet up with a friend.

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