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Alana
Spokane

Brussels, Bruges, Ghent

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?


2 Answers

top answer by
frieso from Brussels

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  MaryZaabär 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


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Place Du Grand Sablon (attraction)
  2. Pierre Marcolini (attraction)
  3. WITTAMER (attraction)
  4. Mary (attraction)
  5. Patrick Roger (attraction)
  6. Zaabär (attraction)
  7. Frederic Blondeel (attraction)
  8. Van Hecke's Mansion (attraction)
  9. Yasushi Sasaki (restaurant)
  10. Joost Arijs (restaurant)
  11. Chocolate Line (attraction)
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answered by
Tiffany from Corvallis

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


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