No words to describe Patrick Roger's chocolate lab display. Came with Gali ( paris chaz Sharon). Lots of knoldge Extensive knowledge about chocolate, and a good relationship with staff, something that creates an unforgettable experience. And tasty.
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I was spoiled by this chocolate and it is the one in which I judge all other chocolate by, now. I visited his “workshop” in January. It looks More like a modern art gallery than a chocolaterie. In addition to being mesmerized by the amazing...More
High quality chocolate, beautiful presentation, really the best all around. The closest you can get food to be actual art. The only downside is that it is rather pricy. But worth the cost.
I make a point to visit chocolate shops in every chocolate shop in every country I visit. I judge all others by Patrick Rogers, my gold standard. Not only are the items totally unique and thoughtful, the quality is perfection. I always buy several kilos...More
We visited on a food tour and had to go back after to buy souvenirs! Delicious and Beautiful chocolates! High prices, but well worth it!
Avenue Victor Hugo, January 4, 2018. I tried to decide between several boxes, completely un-helped and un-advised by two young ladies who looked extremely bored. When I finally choose to take several, packaging seems to be a problem, as combining two into one box is...More
A truly original artisan with passion for the unlikeliest combination that works. His creations may sound crazy or strange, but the proof of the pudding is in the eating! Reminds me of Dominique Persoone in Bruges.
As everyone knows, Parisians take their chocolate VERY seriously. And if you want to bring back impressive gifts that reflect the Paris lifestyle, you cannot do better than chocolates from one of the premier chocolatiers. Of these, Patrick Roger is perhaps the most interesting: a...More