Chocolate and Easter go hand in hand, it has been a tradition for some time. It has also been a great excuse to indulge in it excessively, that is where Max Brenner comes in.
Located in Westfield Tuggerah's 2nd floor, Max Brenner stands out from the crowd with its chocolatey coloured exterior. I stopped on a Saturday afternoon and what I saw brought me back the dreams of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory. Chocolate fountains, chocolate candy, shelves packed chocolate and chocolate bricks! Just to name a few.
You will find a beautiful chocolate display showcasing Max Brenner's most curious chocolate treats. A colossal sized box caught my eye. Appropriately dubbed the treasure box, it is filled with caramel Easter eggs of all shapes and designs and the box itself is covered with Max Brenner's unique art. You will be distracted by chocolate displays for some time before you come to realise that there is actually a menu which, of course, is jammed full of chocolate. There are recipe ideas on this list that perhaps you have even dreamed of and thought to yourself, "If only it were possible!".
I had to try the Nutella pizza, the friendly staff gladly took my order and returned with a plate full of chocolate in a speedy 15 minutes. My eyes lit up like a pet at meal time. Euphoria. There are not many words in this written language that can describe the sensations on my taste buds. I simply wanted to shout and run around frantically hugging everybody in an Easter suit. This is what Max Brenner chocolate will do to you.
I came in to have a look and ended up eating a pizza made of Nutella and admiring inanimate bricks for 3 hours. I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at Max Brenner, their menu and display is the closest thing to a chocolate paradise. The staff are friendly chocolatiers that will create anything you request with solid time management, making sure your chocolate treat is created with love and quickly brought to your table. I still can't get that chocolate brick out of my head, the thought of biting into that milky block makes my taste buds tingle. Be sure to check out Max Brenner, Tuggerah for an out of this world chocolate experience.