We visited this lovely attraction after visiting the Gannet Colony in the morning. We were a group of 6 and arrived towards the end of the traditional lunch hour. The cafe offers some wonderful on the premises made food which is beautifully presented and served to your table as you would want it -with a smile and without any long wait. There is sucha good range of food that I could have stayed for afternoon tea as well but the rest of the group wanted to see the Chocolate Museum. On entering the shop we were welcomed with a smile and a free sample of home made chocolate. Immediately we were snared! A very informative museum of chocolate that begins with history Aztecs, Montezuma, West African ( Ghanaian) cholcolate beans that then captures your childhood memories. If you are from the UK and you visit when there are others form the Uk listen out for " I remember that advert on the television" or "I don't remember that one /we never go that in Britain" Even better I bet you can't resist singing along with the adverts that stem from your childhood.
A very good gift shop offering a range of goods souvenirs to take back ( if you avoid eating them before you get back to the UK).
Lovely staff good quality products well worth a visit BUT i guess when the cruise ships are in it might be a bit busy. We were lucky it was relaxed when we were there!
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