It was at least three years ago when I first visited Chocolat's Mall of Asia branch. I didn't know what to expect from a small and dimly-lit cake store whose name I haven't heard before. My friend told me that their cakes are surprisingly affordable for their quality so I got curious and agreed to have a try.
For my first visit, I tried their Death by Tablea. Over the years that I've been eating at Chocolat, I have tried just about every cake variety that they have to offer. Most of the ones I've tasted are delicious and reasonably priced but even then, I'd still say Death by Tablea is my favorite of all.
What I like about Death by Tablea is its rich and thick flavor that is typical of Tablea bars/coins/tablets. You can see that they didn't hold back in coating the cake as you'd easily notice the thick layer of chocolate once you eat a slice bit by bit.
I usually eat a slice of Death by Tablea with a cup of hot tea.