Food

Chocolate Pizza Now Available in Vancouver

Posted on January 19, 2017

CityMash.com - Cacao 70, a Montreal-based dessert chain, has just opened an awesome new shop that’s sure to set the Vancouver food scene on fire! Located at 1047 Denman St., Vancouver, Cacao 70 sells every chocolate sweet imaginable — and then even more! The most outrageous item on the ten-page menu? Chocolate pizza.

It’s a mystery why this gorgeous invention didn’t already exist. Check out some photos below.

Pizza nouveau genre😋

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One of the great things about Cacao 70 is that even though it specializes in chocolate, there’s room for other fun kinds of food. For example, on their brunch menu they’ve got French crepes, for those people who say they want breakfast but really want a dessert. They’ve got frittatas, omelets, salads, and sandwiches of all kinds.

But there’s nothing that doesn’t go with chocolate!

the #classic #chocolatecrepe at #cacao70 #montreal

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Well at least I found out what a #frittata was…

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Cacao 70 and its chocolate pizza rests comfortably next to other great Canadian inventions, such as poutine, and maple syrup on everything imaginable!

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Miam. Cacao 70

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The shop’s chocolates are as exotic as their dishes. They hail from Peru, Belgium, Tanzania, Venezuela, Ghana, Costa Rica, Papua New Guinea and a ton of other interesting cultures, all of which should add chocolate pizzas to their menus as well.

Wish for something to drink alongside a dessert? Cacao 70 cares as much about its coffees and teas as it does about its different dishes.

Ultimately, Cacao 70 is a world of selection and culture, and its now for Vancouver to explore.

For more information, go to the shop’s website.

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Written by Alex Southey
Born and currently living in Vancouver, British Columbia. I graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2015 and from the Vancouver Film School Screenwriting For Film and Television program in 2016. More articles by Alex Southey

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