October 9, 2006 6

Coco Noche Chocolate and Wine (Manhattan Beach)

By in 17: South Bay

I wanted to experience the indulgence that is the chocolate wine bar, so after a busy sleepless week, I treated myself there for…a bite. ^^;;
English Tea Platter ($8): basil chicken with wonton skins, homemade pastry (very yummy!!!) & chocolate. Giddy nibbling~ I also got Chocolate Truffle Figs ($6), mildly sweet and almost got a wine-taste in it, heaven~
Revolution Tea – Golden Flowers. I still can’t make up my mind about this place, it is pretty & romantic but it made me feel a bit guilty. It seems like a dream project by someone to collect everything pretty, delicate and fine she loves at one space: chocolate shop, pastries bakery, cheese store, wine bar, korean cafe, teahouse, zakka (candles, lotion & soaps), CD (including Nouvelle Vague)… it’s a girl’s ultimate dream. I’d try their actual chocolate wine tasting menu someday.

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6 Responses to “Coco Noche Chocolate and Wine (Manhattan Beach)”

  1. RP says:

    Hmmmmm nice looking items. Your feeling guilty over too much pretty things shocked me, I thought you could never have enough of them! Should definitely give this place a try sometime…

  2. Freda says:

    Yes there’s really such thing as being too pretty…^^;; You don’t go ‘eat’ there, it’s not a necesscity, it’s pure extravangace to eat a $10 dumplings and $3 for a tiny piece of ‘artistan’ chocolate…^^;;; Only go there when you wanna feel like a well-off madam

  3. RP says:

    What?! OK now I know where the guilt came from…
    I have spent way too much time flooding this blog today (guilt guilt);;;

  4. Freda says:

    haha np RP~ maybe we can change location (that are accessible from your office) for more..in-depth talk…hahaha~~

  5. seat says:

    You probably won’t feel so guilty if you take up a comfortable seat and spend a whole afternoon there chatting with friends or reading a book. ^^;;

  6. Freda says:

    Very true…^^;;; maybe my guilt only came from because I came here in the middle of a work day.