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Thomas Haas Fine Chocolates & Patisserie (Kitsilano)

Foodology December 7, 2010 Dessert, Four Beakers, Kitsilano

Thomas Haas is famous for his amazing chocolate creations. From cakes, to pastries, to chocolates…they are just amazing. I’ve got the chance to try the North Vancouver location, but not Kits until now.

FinanceGirl and SFUPretender got bored and decided to come here to just chill and talk.

Walking inside, you feel this little place is very very cozy. The ceiling reminded my of a honey comb. Even Thomas Haas was in the restaurant as well!

Many different types of cakes.

Lots of little chocolates.

A variety of pastries.

They even serve sandwiches!

Since it is te holiday season, there are new creations for Christmas!

FinanceGirl got the Milk Chocolate Passionfruit ($5.50), it contained light milk chocolate mousse, refreshing passionfruit cream, soft almond cake and crispy hazelnut wafer. I think this was everyones’ favorite pick since it had chocolate mousse.

I got a latte ($3.50)and Fresh Fruit Galette ($5.50). What I liked about the Galette was how easy it could be cut without falling apart. None of the toppings fell off or was too hard to cut off. I found this to be a healthier alternative to the rich chocolate cakes!

Crispy Chocolate Raspberry ($5.50), it contained dark Manjari chocolate-raspberry mousse, light vanilla Bavarian, chocolate sacher cake, and crispy hazelnut wafer.

And so with our drinks and cakes, we enjoyed the rest of the afternoon!

Words of Wisdom:

  • Free parking in the back
  • Best in smaller groups
  • Limited seating

We rate Thomas Haas: 

Visit Thomas Haas website: http://www.thomashaas.com/

They are located at:

2539 W Broadway
Vancouver, BC

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

  • Yes, Thomas Haas is indeed a good place for pastries and such. Two sort of negative things though: If it is a “good” day, people takes a bit too long and enjoy their goods while there is still a long line of people waiting, and their hours! Close at a relatively early time plus do not open on Sundays or Mondays!

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