Guylian Belgian Chocolate Café has officially launched. As a chocolate boffin since an early age, I can certainly inform you that this café is definitely for all chocoholics out there!
The Guylian Belgian Chocolate Café is located in the newly renovated former Western Australian Club building at 101 St Georges Terrace. The cafe is ultra extravagant with marble counters and wood panelling and chocolate varieties for all. That said, the café is truly inviting and the staff are extremely welcoming. I know this because while suffering from chocolate cravings after work, I wandered in during closing time and was treated with the utmost service and kindness, even though the staff had clearly started to lock up.
The Guylian Cafe sells pastries, baguettes and waffles, so you can also get something for lunch too (leave room for the seashells though!)
Guylian was founded in 1958 by Guy and Liliane Foubert, whose names were combined to create the business name. Their signature seashell-shaped chocolates have become a global taste sensation with the chocolate & pralines sold in more than 100 countries. The good new story is that every time you buy a box of Guylian Belgian chocolates, you contribute to saving the seahorse and the seas they inhabit with Project Seahorse.
Marine life is threatened around the world. Project Seahorse works on conservation solutions for seahorses and the ocean habitats in which they live. Guylian has been providing vital support for this work since 1999. You see, that chocolate addiction is doing great things.
Be sure to stop in and let me know what you think!