Langham, Boston: All You Can Eat Chocolate Bar

Langham Hotel-2

Who loves chocolate? We’re guessing about 99% of humanity. So when we discovered that Cafe Fleuri at the The Langham, Boston offers an all you can eat chocolate bar on Saturdays, we were sold, especially since it’s been featured on the Travel Channel. And after experiencing this chocolate extravaganza, we believe the head chef is secretly Willy Wonka!

So Many Choices at the All You Can Eat Chocolate Bar!

This is the 27th year The Langham, Boston has run the all you can eat chocolate bar. This year’s theme is The Art of Chocolate, which combines two important themes of The Langham Hotel. Elaborate chocolate sculptures were a fitting addition to stations featuring so many delicious treats. We especially loved the made to order crepe station, chocolate fountain, cotton candy machine and choosing between hundreds of treats to pile on our plate. It’s seriously impressive, as it takes a dozen workers two days to put together each buffet.

Chocolate Bar choices

Made to Order Chocolate Crepe Station

There’s a lot to love about an all you can eat chocolate buffet, but the made to order crepe station was a favorite worth highlighting. You can choose from either a milk chocolate or vanilla crepe, then choose to add more chocolate, fresh berries, nuts or toasted coconut to your crepe. Your final decision is whether to have your crepe flambéed. Tough choice, but how many times have you seen a crepe in flames? Go with it, it’s delicious.


Live Jazz Music

What adds to the ambiance of an all you can eat chocolate bar? Talented Jazz musicians certainly do the trick. Chocolate makes people happy, and jazz is relaxing, so the combination is perfect. We really enjoyed the band’s performance while enjoying so much wonderful chocolate.

Chocolate Bar - music

Alex & Bell - Chocolate bar

Savory Menu

In addition to chocolate galore, Cafe Fleuri also has an excellent savory menu. We decided to order a quintessentially New England sandwich, and it was one of the best lobster rolls we’ve eaten. Big pieces of succulent lobster were piled high on top of a delicious brioche bun. How did the lobster roll pair with chocolate mouse in a martini glass? Great, and it was another cool first for us at Langham, Boston.

Langham Hotel - lobster roll

Treats for People with Dietary Restrictions at the All You Can Eat Chocolate Bar

There were several chocolate treats for people with gluten and dairy allergies. As I’m lactose intolerant (Bell is fine), I really appreciated tasty options like the vegan chocolate mousse, chocolate chip banana muffins and dark chocolate truffles. I made sure to bring some Lactaid tablets and still put together this awesome plate to enjoy.

Chocolate Bar plate

Schedule, Seating Times and Prices

The Langham Boston’s all you can eat chocolate bar is perfect for celebrating a special occasion, or just indulging. You should make reservations in advance and you can choose 11am, 11:30am, 1pm or 1:30pm seatings (Saturdays only). The chocolate buffet ends for the season, Saturday, June 25th, 2016 and will return again in September with a new theme! Prices are $42 for adults, $32 for children 5-12 and free for kids under 5.

Bell - cotton candy

We were hosted by The Langham, Boston and thank their friendly staff for the opportunity to highlight Cafe Fleuri’s all you can chocolate bar. All photos and opinions included in this article are our own. 


  • Alex&Bell

    Alex and Bell originally met while solo traveling after finishing university in 2002, in Brugge, Belgium. Alex grew up in the USA and Bell hails from Australia. During our nearly 20 year marriage we've lived around the world, including spending six years living in the Netherlands and Ireland. We have traveled to nearly 70 countries and enjoy giving readers authentic and quality travel tips. Alex is an award winning travel journalist and travel planner, who also freelances for other outlets. Bell is an award winning PhD scientist who currently works for a non-profit lung cancer advocacy research organization called Lungevity. Happy travels and if you have any questions leave a comment or drop an email!

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14 thoughts on “Langham, Boston: All You Can Eat Chocolate Bar

  1. Oh my heavenly stars! You had me at chocolate buffet and twas death when I realized the words “all you can eat” came first. I sadly can’t get to Boston before the end of this season, but maybe next!

    Thanks for the bit about allergies/allergens. I have celiac and I was salivating and almost sure I couldn’t partake until you mentioned that.

    1. Hey Natalie! Pleasure, and yeah, glad they have celiacs well covered with some great options. Enjoy the chocolate buffet next year! 🙂

  2. That looks wonderful. I’m the Chocoholic in the family but would have to drag my partner in as he doesn’t like it, not a bit. Good to see he could order the lobster roll option and that would make him very happy.

    1. Hey Elaine. Yeah, Langham, Boston’s savory menu has non chocolate lovers well covered too. If your husband likes lobster rolls, we can definitely endorse the lobster roll at Cafe Fleuri. It’s great stuff by New England standards, which is high!

  3. WHAT?! I must go to there! All you can eat chocolate is a dream. This spread seems well worth the price too. I’ve always wanted to visit Boston for the history, culture and blah blah blah… but Chocolate? I’m on the next plane.

    1. Hey Mags! As if there weren’t already enough reasons to visit one of America’s oldest and greatest cities?! It’s fitting that in the city where the American revolution started, there would be something revolutionary in the chocolate world too!

  4. Oh, man! This looooks so delicious! My mouth is watering simply by looking at your photos! Boston wasn’t on our list, but now it sure is 🙂

    1. We’re so glad this has inspired you to visit Boston, Andra! This is an awesome city, and we’ve been living here over two years, so if you ever need any other tips feel free to reach out! 🙂

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