The king of French fine dining has opened the first bean-to-bar chocolate manufacturing facility in Paris in an elegantly redone auto body shop. A second shop is now open in Saint-Germain at 26 rue Saint-Benoit. Don’t miss the salty-sweet hazelnut praline stuffed chocolate bar.
Master chocolatier and "caramelier" Henri Le Roux has set up shop in Paris. Salted butter caramel fans, rejoice.
Michel Chaudun is, simply, a master.
Pralines are the specialty at this fifty-year-old shop in the 16th.
This chocolate shop has had a presence on the rue du Bac for nearly 200 years. There's a tea salon, too, for tasting on the spot.
This Roanne-based shop is known for their bean-to-bar chocolate tablets - packaged in unmistakable, multicolored stacks - and Praluline, a praline-studded brioche.