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Silky Oak Cafe, Napier
Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Indulge at Silky Oak Cafe, a Hawke's Bay confectionary dedicated to serving customers with inventive handmade treats. The family business, founded in 2000, produces exquisite chocolates and other sweets using traditional methods. Take a tour of the premises for insight into the process that creates the delectable goodies sold in the onsite shop, or relax in the cafe and enjoy a regionally renowned hot chocolate. The chocolatiers seek to cater to all tastes, serving vegetarian and dairy-free delights. Use our Napier holiday planner to add Silky Oak Cafe and other attractions to your Napier vacation plans.
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I like chocolate, but the silky oak cafe has much more. In fact, of all things I like their homemade bread best! To me the iced chocolate is too much, but the family love it. The iced coffee is better... read more »
When my partner suggested we do the full tour I was a little apprehensive. After all, we had completed many a Belgium chocolate tour or tasting so NZ could be a disappointment. The cost was equivalent... read more »
We call in here each time we visit Napier. So much choice, beautiful flavours. Try the Turkish Delight or get a mixed box. Staff are friendly and helpful, and you can try before you buy. There is also... read more »
Excellent chocolate!! A bit expensive
This place was extremely expensive and the staff were not that friendly or welcoming. My husband and I ended up turning around and going into Napier to find somewhere else to enjoy some coffee and chocolate.
Staff are amazing, got chocolates spectacular and the foods perfect!!
The staff were friendly and the service was fast. As you'd expect, they have a chocolate focus with some unique items, such as the chocolate toastie that I ordered. It was surprisingly nice, though the portion was huge, especially with both ice cream and cream on the side. It's definitely worth trying something different! The museum was interesting, though some of the information was repeated among the different exhibits. It is a history of chocolate from its initial discovery until about 20 years ago. It's okay, but not great.
Lovely chocolate. Delicious
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