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Chocolatier Pierre Marcolini, Brussels

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Sample the refined chocolate creations at Chocolatier Pierre Marcolini. New collections are introduced every season, many based on ingredients found on one of the chocolatier's numerous expeditions to cacao plantations around the world. The chocolate designs are often works of art that reflect the taste of the individual chocolate maker. Visit the boutique to browse the many flavors and designs. If you don't want to carry the delicate treats home with you, consider using the shop's e-boutique to order a delivery of favorites to be sent directly to your home. To visit Chocolatier Pierre Marcolini on your holiday in Brussels, and find out what else Brussels has to offer, use our Brussels itinerary planner.
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  • Absolute the best chocolate ever and not to forget a super friendly staff ! Great service here with a smile :-) 
  • I was in one of their shop in the neighborhood of Sablons. The shop is small, I went upstairs to have a hot chocolate, I have to do the tail to drink on site. Sellers was quite cold. The chocolate was good. But I must drink it in a noisy environment, the tea room and the shop located side by side. For me this isn't a tea room.
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  • You appreciate good, real chocolate, the refined,... in short, you are wrong. You don't have much money? you are the middle class? Run away! For the citizen "basic" y' has no place, go your way, it's for the bourgeoisie in Brussels and elsewhere.
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  • We tried the jasmine with merengue pieces icecream and it was really good - very subtle flavour combinations. What was fantastic was the eclairs- they looked like pieces of art.
  • One of the best chocolates I've ever tasted. Pralines were invented by Neuhaus, perfected by Marcolini. Pricey, but worth it.
  • This is a true temple to chocolate, and Pierre Marcolini's flagship store. A must in any chocolate based exploration of Brussels. The macaroons and chocolate bars are particularly special here. Macaroons: salted caramel is not to miss. But all are great, particularly the fruity flavours (cassis is another favourite) Chocolate bars: ask to compare the flavours of different chocolate bars. These have identical recipes, but different cocoa beans. You'll be amazed by the different flavours. Pralines and gift boxes are great too (of course!)
  • Amazing chocolates. The problem is you will probably want them all.
  • Highest quality chocolate in a setting more akin to an art gallery than a shop