I wandered in to this cafe, with a friend, during the morning of Independence Day. While there was only one or two other customers in the cafe at that time, there was alot of staff buzzing around filling bags with chocolates (It made me think they may have delivery service! But alas no, the bags of chocolates were for their own booth that would open soon as part of the craft fair on sto metrivka, and perhaps to the participants of a talent contest that would also take place a bit later in the day near the ratusha.).
The interior of this cafe is very well done, wonderfully decorated, there are a number of tables so they can accomodate a lot of people. There is even a monitor in the back where you can watch the chocolate making process at their factory. Speaking of chocolate, the main reason to go to this cafe....., on hand they have a wide range of chocolates to choose from. You will have no difficulties finding something to try, only in trying to narrow down your choice. My friend and I split (knives are kindly provided) several different kinds, and if you cannot finish it all, you can take it to go. On the tables they do provide a book of all of the different types of chocolates that they make with definitions in Ukrainian and an english translation provided. The english translations are a bit interesting, but you will get the idea and it doesn't take away from the deliciousness of the candy.
There is also no shortage of boxes of chocolate in different sizes starting from around 19 hrv and no shortage of chocolate done up in various forms from animals to basketballs. WiFi is also available here so a very pleasant place to spend a bit of time and a welcome addition to IF!