Nutella gets its own US cafe

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - Taste -

ITAL­IAN chocolate-maker Fer­rero re­vealed de­tails on the open­ing of its first Nutella Cafe in the United States, a stand­alone restau­rant that will fea­ture the iconic chocolate hazelnut spread on ev­ery­thing from warm, grilled baguettes to yo­ghurt, ge­lato and fior di latte, a semi-soft, fresh Moz­zarella made with cow’s milk.

And un­like many PR pop-up stunts, the Nutella Cafe will be a per­ma­nent fix­ture in the Windy City.

The menu will also sell savoury items like pani­nis and sal­ads.

In 2015, the brand opened a Nutella Cafe in down­town Toronto, Canada, in­side the Sobeys Ur­ban Fresh gro­cery store. The in-store café sells made-to-or­der crepes and Nutella-stuffed crepes and has lim­ited seat­ing avail­able.

Eataly in New York and Chicago also have Nutella Bars, which serve desserts but no savoury items.

Nutella was cre­ated in 1964, and has since be­come avail­able in 160 coun­tries world­wide. It was in­tro­duced to the US in 1983.

The Nutella Cafe opened its doors on May 31, with celebrity food host Rocco DiSpir­ito, and is lo­cated near Mil­len­nium Park. — AFP Re­laxnews

The first Nutella cafe in the US just opened in Chicago. — AFPRe­laxnews

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