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Chocolate Happiness

Chocolate is synonymous to good vibes. The mere sight  brings so much thrill and happiness. Milk, dark, fruity or with nuts, a small fix sends so much pleasure and excitement.

Apart from the guilt  of consuming a high-calorie treat, chocolates actually contain chemical properties that trigger the body’s happy nerves.

Chocolate Truffle Creme Brulee
Be happy have a Chocolate Truffle Creme Brulee,

Eating chocolates releases a neurotransmitter called serotonion known to be mood lifter. It also releases phenylethlyamine which quickens the pulse rate, and makes you happy. It is known as a love drug, because it brings about feelings of joy, similar to  blissful feeling of being love.

Apart from the rapture and mirth, eating chocolates in moderation is actually very healthy. Dark Chocolates contain antioxidants called flavonoids which is good for the skin. It improves blood flow, and reduces cardiovascular risks.

Chocolate Haven
Delight in the sponge, mousse and glaze textures of Chocolate Haven

When dining out nothing beats the pleasure of enjoying a chocolate dessert. Cafe Pronto at Marco Polo serves such heavenly goodies that can easily light up your day. Try their Chocolate Symphony, a medley of desserts which consists of Salted Caramel Dome, Chocolate Amara Tart, Fruity Nutty, and Mini Hazelnut Caramel. For the ultimate melt-in-your mouth treat  ask for Chocolate Truffle Crème Brûlée brownie chunks in a silky smooth blend of crème brûlée and chocolate truffle ganache.

Chocolate Haven is Marco Polo’s signature creation, dark chocolate flavours in sponge, mousse and glaze. Café Pronto is open daily from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

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