Best Chocolate Cake around?

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  • #959392

    susieq29
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    Seems like it’s hard to find a restaurant around here (not even just W. Seattle) that makes a good, large piece of chocolate cake!? Want to celebrate son’s birthday and that’s what he really wants.

    The Met is always a good choice but kind of a pain to get to (and kinda pricey!). Any other aficionados mind telling me where they go for chocolate cake? Ballard, Magnolia, Bellevue are not too far to go for this!!!

    1st world problems of course…. :-)

    #959397

    Graciano
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    Go to the store and buy some Hersey’s cocoa, directions are on the back of the container…

    coco

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    #959447

    anonyme
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    PCC makes a great chocolate cake. You could either try the Burien store or wait until our West Seattle store re-opens on Oct. 2nd. I think a single slice is around $3.50.

    #959448

    susieq29
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    Uggghhhh…no offense but that’s terrible stuff….Hershey’s is pretty much bottom of the barrel for chocolate…

    #959449

    Sue
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    I haven’t eaten wheat in well over a year, so my info might be outdated. But I used to really enjoy the chocolate cake slices at PCC. Might also try Bakery Nouveau.

    #959450

    GAnative
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    Try Circa. They have a really good chocolate cake but I don’t know if it’s an everyday menu item.

    #959451

    DaveB
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    I second Circa.

    #959466

    BCR
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    Circa hands down!

    #959467

    melissa
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    Deep Sea Sugar and Salt in Georgetown has the best chocolate cake I’ve ever had. I mean, I love Bakery Nouveau for croissants, but DSS&S has ’em beat with their chocolate cake by a significant margin. There’s a chocolate cake with a salted caramel drizzle that’s particularly fantastic. Great crumb, not too sweet (but sweet enough), delicious frosting. Okay. Now you’ve done it; I want a piece!

    #959479

    odroku
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    I stand on Team Melissa.

    Whatever your cake needs may be, Deep Sea Sugar and Salt is your destination. Well, check their page to see what they have, because it differs from day to day.

    Not cheap. Not nearby. But incredible cake. (and get yourself a slice of London Fog if any is left. MAN that’s good!)

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by odroku.
    #959488

    Graciano
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    My point was, make it yourself. Your kid will be more impressed that you made the cake vs bought it.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Graciano.
    #959574

    PatWS
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    Oh man, just seeing this thread’s title makes me salivate. Yum!

    #959612

    aa
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    Bakery Nouveau Classic Chocolate Cake. Perfect in every way!

    #959793

    Vanessa
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    Bakery Nouveau has my vote as well. It’s like a bread but it is really a cake. We had it for our wedding. And I always gift it as needed.Mmmmm

    #959796

    susieq29
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    Man, now I’m wanting to try ALL of them….anyone know if Jak’s has a good one?

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