It’s truly amazing how many chain chocolate stores have spread across the Australian landscape. More than I’ve seen in the US or UK. Perhaps only comparable to what I hear of the Middle East.
This chain of shops is mostly about churros, the Spanish doughnut sticks (deep fried, salty, ridged, terrible for your health but quite delicious when done well). Though according to their website San Churro was the head monk around when Hernando Cortez first discovered chocolate in Mexico.
The pot of thick, dark chocolate the churros is served with isn’t particularly good and neither are the truffles, which is surprising given it’s only a small range. They have Mexican themed flavours, Tequila and the like, mostly based around alcohol, but don’t taste much like they say they should.
There are lots who love it here though so I suspect they are doing something right (the churros are pretty good).Chocolateria San Churro ,
The Churros (better without chocolate!)
Chocolateria San Churro has multiple branches. Select a shop from the list on the right for detailed information and detailed maps.