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Visiting Chocolat de Chloe was such a joy. We had such personal service and tasting samples. The selection of chocolate had a great variety and each piece was better than the last. They even had some spiced chocolate, my new favorite.
The chocolate here is amazingly smooth - the chocolate breaks off very smoothly (not brittle at all) and melts in your mouth. I also had the fortune to meet Chloe in person - she's so funny and kind. Highly recommend trying the praline chocolate bar!
I love Les chocolats des Chloe! It's really a cute little chocolate shop with excellent variety of chocolates.. All of them done to perfection and the staff is very helpful! Chocolate making is an art and these guys do it to perfection.. The fig balsamic...More
My wife and I visited Les Chocolats de Chloe on a Sunday morning, about 11:30. It's an easy walk in a leafy neighborhood. We were delighted to receive wonderful product information from Jacqueline, who is the mother of Chloe. Unfortunately the shop does not yet...More
Read a lot about this place and had to try it! The chocolate did not disappoint - so many rare flavors from fig, to ginger to basil. The owner was so helpful and allowed us to try some chocolates before we bought them. It is...More
Popped in to the shop during the Montreal marathon on September 28 (no, I wasn't running). It was quiet, with a full selection of special chocolates, from which I purchased three mixed selections as gifts.
Was offered a flavor I wouldn't otherwise have picked: fig...More
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