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Alana Bush

Spokane, Washington

What are the creme de la creme places for chocolate?

I'm going to Brussels this summer and as a chocoholic, want to make sure I hit all the great chocolate places even if it means I have to go on a diet when I come back!  I'll also plan on driving to Ghent and Bruges if anyone has suggestions there. Which ones are extra special that I should I make sure I try? Are there any factories I can tour?

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  • frieso Klaasen

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    In Brussels the area around Place Du Grand Sablon has some of the best chocolatiers, Patrick Roger and Pierre Marcolini , also WITTAMER but this is mainly a pattissier (although delicious) and off the beaten track try Mary , Zaabär and 2 more mainly patissiers Frederic Blondeel and Yasushi Sasaki

    in Ghent try Van Hecke's Mansion and Joost Arijs

    In Bruges without question the atelier of Dominique Persoone; Chocolate Line

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    • Brew J.

      Brew J.

      Wow... this is a great answer. So specific and on point. Well done. · (0 likelikes)

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L.

      Just reading the names of these places makes me hungry for chocolate. Thank you Frieso! · (0 likelikes)

    • Alana B.

      Alana B.

      Wow, thank you so much, Frieso! I am so excited for my trip and apparently my family and friends are too because they've all asked me to bring back chocolate! I can't wait to check out all these places. · (0 likelikes)

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    My favorites are the champagne truffles by Neuhaus. :) But try them all.

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      omg, the name "champagne truffles" just sounds so indulgent! :) · (0 likelikes)

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      They absolutely are. Neuhaus is very well known, but one of my local friends there in Brussels brought me there on my first trip and it's still a favorite. :) They have a nice little shop at the Grand Place as well. · (0 likelikes)

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