5Dr. Mia Su Cary she, h. 6 months ago
What a wonderful treasure. Delicious chocolates, coffee, and more. Excellent indoor and outdoor seating with an ocean view and friendly Gato and staff. My husband pronounced the coffee he had today as the best in Roatan. Highly recommend.
5Cory S. 7 months ago
Nice tour stop with a good explanation of the process and plenty of tasting. A wide variety of things you can get that are chocolate related and some pretty gift boxes too. Prices are as expected for tourist gifts. The cafe on the main floor is nice and has more substantial food to offer.
5Jan B. 7 months ago
Fantastic cocoa, chocolate and deserts (rewlly good line cheescake, even though it had bit of food coloring inside). Bought some local made chocolates for my coworkers back at home (and they loved them).
5Mathieu G. 7 months ago
We had a nice presentation of the fabrication process and the chance to taste all of their product.
Place is clean, people are smiling. They accept debit and credit cards with no extra fees.
You should at least drop by the smell the place all around.
We stopped there with a tourist bus, couldn't stay as long as we wanted
5Elizabeth M. 8 months ago
Delicious rich authentic chocolate. Great selection n prices. Very nice staff! Worth it for the free samples during tour. Can b crowded n tight n touristy.
3Mr B. 8 months ago
Given outline talk about how chocolate is made then given some teardrop samples of different chocolate flavours. There weren't other things such as the cakes and desserts mentioned in other reviews. The shop was pretty manic with people jostling to see the products on sale and those products seemed a little pricey.
5Deb M. 9 months ago
Quick tour and education about how the cocoa beans are sourced. Plenty of chocolate vars and desserts downstairs.
4Corneliu M. 9 months ago
Personnel very kind, nice presentation, good products.
It were helpful to taste a coffee in order to buy it.
4Auda G. 1 year ago
Very generous shop.
Staff was super friendly.
However, stick with the samples offered.
We bought a se salt dark chocolate. The chocolate was fine. However, the amount of sea salt on it and inside the chocolate mad it inedible for this stupid Americano.
5Lorena Benítez M. 1 year ago
FACTORY WAS CRAZY, they show us the way they make chocolate, they gave us chocolate for tasting, then I had coffe and lime cheesecake (amazing). Also carmelitas, the best thing I have eaten in town 🤤
I truly recommend it!
5Michelle D. 1 year ago
Such a cute little store where you can buy chocolate, drinks, coffee, baked goods and more. You can go upstairs and they will explain how the chocolate is made, and watch them making some.
5R. 1 year ago
A tip: don't buy the "tour package" just to visit here, just hire a cab. The Roatan Chocolate Factory was wonderful. The staff are friendly, and the chocolate is some of the best I have had. It's a surprisingly small shop. I recommend going!
5Luna M. 1 year ago
Free samples and tour of the factory. Guide was really nice and informative. The chocolate with the island fruits were my favorites. They have a small shop and sell the bars, powdered chocolate, and chocolate tea. They also sell food and cafe style drinks to eat and drink there.
4Carlos D. 1 year ago
Chocolate Factory has good chocolate and baked goods. I recommend trying them, especially the peanut butter brownie. We did the chocolate factory tour, however it was really short and not interactive. Good place to visit if you happen to be nearby.
5F. 2 years ago
Not just chocolate! They now do breakfast... and lunchtime Indian Food specials at great prices (might have bought the entire Indian Food menu to take home on the ferry to Utila -- was not disappointed, will do it again).
Many reasons to stop by. Conveniently located on the main strip in West End. Call ahead for group tours. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
5Melodie D. 2 years ago
We came on a weekday and got to do the tour upstairs. It was very informative and very cool to see the process so up close and personal. We came downstairs and tried the free samples, and bought chocolate. I believe it was 5 bars of chocolate for $20. The cafe was sooo sooo cute and comfy. They also had an immense array of food to order. From paninis to Indian food to breakfast items, they have everything! I ordered an iced chocolate milk and it was DELICIOUS, but it was a little spicy? But it was good. It was so fun to walk around West End and pop in for a rest and cold drink. It’s definitely a must visit when visiting this part of the island.