La Cioccolateria is a celebration of the cocoa bean in various forms: chocolate candy, chocolate spreads paired with thin slices of bread, hot and cold chocolate drinks, or your favorite liqueur served in an edible "chocolate chimney." There's also a fondue fountain, Willy Wonka's chocolate river writ small, which provides cover for various fruits. I sampled some pralines (from chocolatier Andrea Slitti, .90 euros each), dipped pear, banana and strawberry (.90 euros each), and a viscous hot dark chocolate, which I could feel flowing lava-like down my esophagus, coating everything it touched. Not surprisingly, none of La Cioccolateria's staff will touch chocolate. "I am scared of the diabetes," explained one solemnly.