Chocolateria San Churro

South Bank

From its central location under the Mantra Hotel, this Spanish style chocolateria injects some late night life to the Grey St strip as the perfect drop-in for crispy golden churros and hot chocolate or Spanish latte post theatre or cinema.

The traditional Spanish doughnuts with dipping chocolate are served up as singles, doubles, as part of a tapas plate or fondue style, while hot chocolates, Spanish or Couverture come in all flavours and types. The former come classic, Aztec style with a shot of chilli or mocha, mint, orange or hazelnut while the luxuriant Couverture come as dark, milk, white, mocha or peanut butter melts.

For something cold they also do a lush line-up of milkshakes, classic or chocolate based-dessert-in-a-cup style, sundaes or cake, for those after a hot dessert there's hot choc pudding and for those after a delicious morsel there's a great range of Couverture truffles at the counter.

Meanwhile for the under 12s there's a special kids menu of mini churros, milkshakes, bubbacinos and ice-cream.

Chocolateria San Churro

2/161 Grey St

South Brisbane

Sth Brisbane Station

Mon-Thu 8-11

Fri 8-1am

Sat 9-1am

Sun 9-11

3844 2022

Map

161 Grey St South Brisbane

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