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Casa Cortés, located in the heart of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, is the place to experience the Chocolate Cortés Collection, showcasing works by the Caribbean's contemporary art masters. Currently on exhibit; CCC Caribes, features 58 paintings by 50...more
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210 Calle de San Francisco, San Juan 00901-1613, Puerto Rico
A cafeteria or restaurant with a menu totally based on chocolate and cocoa. Owned by a family that has been in the chocolate business for over a century. Everything here is very good but, of course, high in calories. Try the hot chocolate with churros...More
A chocolate lover paradise. Service is good, food is very good. Choco Burger with chocolate ketchup was delicious. Tradicional hot chocolate with cheese and chocolate is always amazing. Highly recommended for people who love chocolate.
Casa Cortes is a gastronomic place where the chocolate has a prominent position. You can enjoy a variety of food and drinks all make with chocolate Cortes. I really like the entire menu. There you can also buy a chocolate bar, powdered chocolate and a...More
This is indeed an oasis. We try to go here every time we come to the island, (twice a year at least). It is Puerto Rico at its finest. The food selections in the first floor cafe are simply a foodies delight. It is creative...More
Never underestimate the combination of chocolate and cheese.
I would share this delicious combination with friends and they would look at me sideways "hot chocolate and cheese". Trust and believe all the goodness that you will miss out on if you do not come to...More
This is no ordinary chocolate place. Thi is Puerto Rico's Willi Wonka. Cortes started this in 1931 and he ( Don Pedro) dedicated himself to producing the best chocolate in the world. The Cortes's have not stopped for one minute to improve since then. They...More
The museum is upstairs and their is no one to guide welcome or guide you. Downstairs is the restaurant that I describe as a coffee shop, but they have more than that.
chocolate bites are delicious, but too expensive for a quarter size chocolate.
I love the food here! I cannot believe everything is made with chocolate, even the salads and sandwiches ... I have yet to taste something I do not like in here.
Good for bringing the family. Has an attached Cortés Chocolate History Museum. Haven't been...More