Paris is the place to visit for chocoholics. Everything in the shops is meticulously arranged and handled with extreme care. You will find fine-crafted chocolates with the most unique flavors and combinations, creating the perfect culinary journey for your sweet tooth.
Jacques Genin is considered a genius and skilled pastry cook in Paris. His boutique is located in the 3rd arrondissement of the French capital. You will find it easy to lose yourself in his luxurious chocolate treats. The boutique also offers a wide variety of caramels, fruit jellies, marshmallows and nougats.
Looking for magnificent sculptures in chocolate and delicious treats? Patrick Roger is the place for you. Found in Paris’ chic Saint-Germain, you will be wowed by the display of delicious caramels and chocolates. The texture and flavor of these treats are outstanding.
Located in the heart of the trendiest district in Paris, Le Marais, this is one of the most appealing shops in the area. With its authentic Parisian style, this shop will impress you with their devilish chocolates. Edwart‘s creates delicious treats such as Iranian saffron praline, ganache with thyme and honey or ginger praline.
Un Dimanche à Paris is a concept store hidden in a charming alley near metro Odéon. This place features a restaurant, chocolate shop, chocolate lounge and also a kitchen for pastry workshops. Enjoy some velvety, rich, smooth and creamy creations: the little chocolate drops with rosemary are a must-try.
Located on one of the most beautiful streets of Paris, Avenue de Villiers, Damyel looks like it is straight out of a fairy tale. You will find perfectly assorted chocolate rows of Damyel’s exclusive and amazing creations combining good taste, luxury, and well-executed flavor combinations. Try the Mendiants, a maison classic – velvety dark chocolate and delicious dried fruits carefully selected and perfectly roasted.
Jean-Paul Hévin‘s true mastery of chocolate making is an absolutely one-of-a-kind experience. Highlights include the sea salt caramel-chocolate blend, the Mexican almonds covered in cocoa, and the astonishing chocolate apéritifs with a touch of cheese.