Economy Class Hot Chocolate (Three dollars or less)
- Best dining experience in the category
- Best presentation in the category
- Best chocolate experience in the category
- Best tasting Hot Chocolate in the category
The nominations for best dining experience in the economy category are:
- Cocolat, Hyde Park for a nice platter of food and personal service.
- Alfonso's Continental for the outdoor tents in
- Café One for the food hall experience.
The nominations for best presentation of a hot chocolate in the economy category are:
- Brunch for a well executed spider web on the froth.
- Lunch'n Latte for a the pattern illustrated in the photo.
- Earl of Leicester for knowing how to wrap a napkin around a glass to stop your reviewers fingers from being burnt.
The nominations for best chocolate experience in the economy category are:
- Providore, Central Market for pure melted chocolate in cup.
- Indochina, City Central for a big mug of hot chocolate for a small price.
- Swiss Glory, Central market for a shot glass of thick Italian hot chocolate.
The nominations for best tasting hot chocolate in the economy category are:
- Café 146 for a great tasting hot chocolate in the City.
- Pat-a-cake Bakehouse Cafe for a great tasting hot chocolate in the suburbs.
- Fasta Pasta, Adelaide for a good tasting hot chocolate for not much money.
- One Ate Five for good tasting hot chocolate and odd shop name.
- Café Ela'te for a good tasting hot chocolate in a tiny shop.
Congratulations to Pat-a-cake Bakehouse Café, Providore, Central Market, Lunch'n Latte and Cocolat,