Chocolate in Paris... there are so many shops and chocolatiers to choose from! However, with our top 5 best chocolate in Paris list, no need to look any further for the absolute best! By reading on, you can learn about not only where to buy chocolate in Paris and which shops contain the best chocolate in Paris, but also where is the best hot chocolate in Paris! 


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Try Hot Chocolate at Angeline's Tea Room! 

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For the best hot chocolate in Paris, indulge at Angelina's Tea Room's hot chocolate. Their hot chocolate is thick, rich and completely mouth-watering. Don't miss out! 

226 rue de Rivoli, 1st arrondissement 

PIERRE MARCOLINI

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Some of the best chocolate in Paris can be found at Pierre Marcolini. Pierre Marcolini is the leading luxury chocolate shop, selling little black boxes of delicate chocolates since 1995. Their desserts are also decadent, and should definitely be tasted! 

235 rue Saint-Honoré, 1st arrondissement
89 rue de Seine, 6th arrondissement
3 rue Scribe, 9th arrondissement
Pop Up Carrousel Du Louvre: 9 rue de Rivoli, 1st arrondissement
Printemps: 64 Boulevard Haussmann, 9th arrondissement

Buy online on their website 

CHOCOLATERIE CYRIL LIGNAC

If you find yourself in the 11th arrondissement, be sure to sample chocolate and hot chocolate at Chocolaterie Cyril Lignac. Their inexpensive but high quality chocolate is a MUST try in Paris. 

25 rue Chanzy, 11th arrondissement

Check out their cool website to learn more 

PATRICK ROGER

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For a luxury chocolate experience, visit Patrick Roger and buy one of their fancy turquoise boxes of chocolates! These boxes also make excellent gifts for loved ones, for holidays or for no reason at all! Their most visited shop is on Boulevard Saint Germain, but you can also choose from many other locations throughout the city. 

102 Boulevard Saint Germain, 6th arrondissement 

Learn more on their website

PRALUS

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The founder of Pralus, August Pralus, started his family-owned chocolate shop in 1948 and it has since been taken over by his son, keeping the family chocolate tradition alive. With a cocoa plantation in Madagascar, Pralus chocolate is truly amazing. Don't miss out on trying their bread with chocolate in it as well! 

35 rue Rambuteau, 4th arrondissement 

44 rue Cler, 7th arrondissement 

You can shop also on their website!

LE CHOCOLAT ALAIN DUCASSE

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Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse is full of original chocolate creations, especially around major holidays. If you aren't willing to spend a little extra money on a beautiful chocolate creation, you can also buy a simple but delicious chocolate bar here. Listed below are the four different shop locations in Paris! 

25 Boulevard Haussmann, 9th arrondissement 

9 Rue du Marché Saint-Honoré,  1st arrondissement 

40 Rue de la Roquette, 11th arrondissement 

26 Rue Saint-Benoît, 6th arrondissement 

Check the website for more information 


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