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Patrick Roger Chocolatier, Brussels
(4.4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • The best recommended that I could taste in my life is that of Patrick Roger! These period of Easter eggs are truly exceptional, a totally unique and precise Chocolate sculpture showcase! In short a must for me!
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  • This thing is not really cheap but delicious. You can find all types of chocolate with different percentage of cacao. All products look wonderful and tasty. And there is also an art made of chocolate 
  • We stopped at Patrick Roger by recommendation to buy some authentic Belgian chocolate as we strolled around beautiful Brussels. It did not disappoint. There was a huge sculpture in the window front, a...  more »
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  • Chocolatier and true artist, these are the next level chocolates and pralines. Simply don't miss it when you come to Brussels. The dirty little 'secret' is that Patrick Roger is not Belgian... He's French. But who cares! The pralines are both original and incredibly balanced in flavours, leaving a very long finish in the mouth. If just dropping by, make sure you try one of the 'exploding spheres'. Our favourite is the one with Yuzu in it. They are pricy, but invest in one per person and enjoy the experience... The gift boxes are also beautiful, so perfect gift to bring back :)
  • great chocolatier. at this moment, the only boutique in Brussels. try the praline with basilicum, great !
  • More like a gallery than chocolate shop so pretty inside and great chocolate free taster
  • Amazing chocolate, my new favorite!
  • It is not Belgian but it is for me one of the best chocolatiers that exists. I recommend my favorite paste of almond-saffron and Lemon-Basil. French home friendly and professional.
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