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This “granja” (farm) established as a chocolate factory in 1941 by Joan Mach and Elvira Farràs, is located at the foot of Calle Petrixol, just around the corner from the Santa Maria del Pi Basilica in the heart of the Gothic neighborhood, and has been a favorite spot for dipping churros in hot chocolate for generations.
Its décor pays homage to its original design, featuring Cacaolat posters, old photographs, traditional marble tables, and finely crafted wooden chairs.
As for the house specialties, it is no surprise that this spot is famous for its hot chocolate, chocolate a la francesa, and Swiss chocolate, which go perfectly with traditional churros, and other famous regional desserts, like melindros (lady fingers) and ensaimadas (Mallorcan sweet pastries).
Its offerings are made complete with a full drinks menu featuring coffees, teas, sodas, and the tempting option of more desserts, like rice pudding, apple pastries, and crema catalana.
Carrer Petritxol, 2