Sunday, March 7, 2010


The first thing that hits you when you walk into Saldechin is the huge space and the marble walls. This is a heritage listed building first built as a bank in an age of opulence. The ceiling is very high and the owners have continued the theme of opulence by providing sturdy tables and comfortable seating. The menu at Saldechin is eclectic, with different breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Yum Cha is available for lunch as well as other meals. Tapas is available at night.

The hot chocolate is fairly unremarkable compared with the venue. For $3.20 your reviewer received a hot chocolate in a Lavazza coffee cup finished with a light brown froth and a sprinkle of chocolate powder. Your reviewer would have preferred the chocolate a little richer.
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