Chocolatree: A Review

As I've said in a previous post, this was my first trip to Sedona.  And it was pretty cool.  Sima and I had been at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, scoping out the scene.  We knew we had to be in Las Vegas for Super Bowl Sunday (LOL), so we thought we'd make an overnight stop in Sedona.

On Friday night we bought moonshine and herbs out of the back of a truck by the train tracks.  Then we went to a guided meditation led by Dr. Dream at the Center.  At like 11:30pm, we ended up at Gem and Jam, which was a music festival I guess.

Long story short, we pulled an all-nighter and left for Sedona at 4:00 in the morning.  By the time we got there, we were both tired and hungry.

We checked into our Bed and Breakfast, the Cozy Cactus, which I highly recommend, freshened up and hit the town.

I insisted we eat first.  Sima took me to Chocolatree and I could not have been happier.  We ordered so much food and it was all so so good.  I wish I wrote this review sooner to my indulging.

We each got a golden latte, which was great.  It was one of the best I've had outside of the house.

Pictured here is our meal.  From the left, goat cheese quiche with an almond-pulp crust, vegan chili, aloo gobi, mashed potatoes, some kind of grain-free wrapper and and a fermented cream.  I don't remember the details.  Those were part of Sima's order.

I got a bunch of chocolates to go, but ate them all before I took photographs!  They were so good.  The Raspberry and Bee Pollen truffles were my favorites.  I wish I got more.  Sima had a bunch of the Raspberry ones, but she wouldn't share!

This restaurant was amazing.  The entire experience was hugely positive.  Oh and how could I forget, the whole place is SPRING WATER FED!  I even filled up my bottle before we left.  They have spigots outside for the public.  The quality of the food was phenomenal.  There's definitely an awareness around food that you won't find anywhere else.  I can't wait to go back and order everything else on the menu.