Come celebrate our successes!
Dahlings far and wide! Your support has been enormous over the past two years–so much so that we have had to triple our floor plan! Please join us in some free bubbly and chocolates at the Grand Celebration of our new larger Mámor Chocolates & High Tea Szalón. (We are open already for both rooms, 40 seated, 60 persons standing.) REGISTER HERE
Chocdiva Dr Hanna Frederick and her husband Dr Howard invite you to celebrate our second year with the inauguration of our new and larger premises in Collingwood (Melbourne). Let the bubbly flow and the good times roll on July 6 starting at 6pm. Only registrants on the list will be admitted to this complimentary event.
The new Mámor event centre was designed by Lori and Peter Dietze of TDCreative in Richmond, who service major Australian companies in a variety of visual communications. Together we are entering our fantastic new premises in the annual Eat-Drink-Design Awards, a unique forum for architects, designers and clients to present their best new projects. We believe we will win the Best Cafe or Tea House Design category in October of this year.
The new “Gold Room” is visually stunning. Entering it transports you back to a lavishly furnished marbled and gold Old Europe. Our artisan chocolates and imperial high tea service guide you from savouries to sweets and on to ecstasy, or Mámor in Hungarian.
Our European High Teas are served in the Austro-Hungarian tradition of Vienna and Budapest and are offered throughout the year in our Collingwood shop by appointment, including Sundays.
When you step into our baroque Chocolate & High Tea Szalón, you notice the antique walnut glass-doored cupboards betopped with marble counters, on which sit trays of our signature chocolate truffles. The Szalón in Collingwood/Melbourne is lavishly furnished and upholstered with antique chairs and divans, chandeliers bespeckled of crystals, plush velvet pillows, silver accessories sparkling to the glint, and traditional cutlery and crockery. Tea settings are antique and imperial, with gold and silver, and with rich tablecloths whose raised patterns invite the fingers to caress. Our shop window is always decorated with seasonal motifs and sometimes outlandish art.