I saw the high rating and had high expectations but the staff let it down. Grumpy, surly, all round unfriendly and unsmiling. There are better places to go to to avoid the attitude.
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We had ice cream here a couple of times. Very good both times. Lots of flavors. Try the Calafate. They also sell chocolates. Seating is limited.
Our motivation to go there was a free chocolate drink given by the tourism agency. The variety of ice-creams is very appealing, and rustic chocolate should satisfy any chocolate addict . If you are passing by and looking for a coffee/dessert parlor , it is...More
Awesome icecream!! We stopped in 3 times in 3 days. Dulce de leche… with roasted almonds… mango… raspberry… rich dark chocolate. Take me back there now :)
Those are names of icecreams! I am a serious chocolate freak - the darker the better - and these were heavenly. Combined with Dulce de Leche one day and with Calafate (the berry the town takes it name from), the other, the icecreams were beyond...More
A bit on the pricey side but if you want good ice cream and chocolate when in Calafate, this is the place to go. So many kinds of ice cream that you will have a hard time making a selection. Plan on taking a number...More
Very good ice cream - in many flavors. A large variety of "by-the-pound" chocolate and pre-packaged chocolate/gifts. The restaurant looks clean and the service was good. I'd definitely go back.
Authentic hot chocolate and a brownie with a piece of chocolate for 50 Pesos! What more do I have to say? The picture sells the rest! The drink was served with foamy layers like they do in Lindt Cafe :)