A Chocolate Tour Of Paris

As I prepare to visit Paris for the Salon du Chocolat event I thought it wise to jot down a list of chocolate shops I’d love to visit. What I wasn’t expecting was the sheer volume of them – they certainly are more prevalent than the number of chocolate shops in London I listed nearly two years ago. I’ve just focused on the ones that are closest to my hotel or in the centre of town and its more of a list for personal use, but I thought if others are going then it might save them some time. If there are any ‘stand-out’ chocolatiers that I should visit, then please let me know.

View Chocolate Shops In Paris in a larger map

1. Charles Chocolatier
15, rue de Montorgueil

2. Côte de France
25, avenue de l’Opéra

3. Fouquet
42, rue du Marché Saint-Honoré

4. Hugo & Victor
7, rue Gomboust

5. Jean-Paul Hevin
231, rue Saint Honoré

6. Michel Cluizel
201, rue Saint-Honoré

7. Pierre Hermé
4, rue Cambon

8. Debauve & Gallais
33, rue Vivienne

9. Foucher
30, avenue de l’Opéra

10. L’Atelier du Chocolat
42, rue de Montorgueil

11. Yves Thuriès
17, rue Daunou

12. De Neuville
27 Rue de Bretagne

13. Jacques Genin
133, rue de Turenne

14. Joséphine Vannier
4, rue du Pas de la Mule

15. Benoit Chocolats
75, rue Saint Antoine

16. Cacao et Chocolat
36, rue Vieille du Temple

17. Chocolats Mussy
6, rue du Bourg Tibourg

18. Chocolaterie de Beussent Lachelle
21, rue du Bourg Tibourg

19. A la Reine Astrid
33, rue de Washington

20, Jadis et Gourmande
27 Rue Boissy d’Anglas, Paris, France

21. Le Furet Tanrade
63, rue de Chabrol

22. Aurore Capucine
3, rue de Rochechouart


Front image © Rui Ornelas

Lee McCoy

I'm the editor of this blog and you can find me at my Google Profile as .

  • Dawn

    Wow, you are planning a lot of walking!!!

    • Most certainly! We’ll have 3 days to do it.

      But its the amount I’m going to spend that has me most worried!