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Debauve & Gallais, Paris

(3.4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • I just got out a neighbour at this chocolatier (street of the St.peres) I know the ages since. Unfortunately they are resting on their laurels and have not yet understood there competition on Paris square with young chocolatiers all talk, which are excellent. But hey, the chocolate it's a matter of taste - or snobbery. On the other hand, when you practice A CE level luxury prices, everything else must be luxury too, starting with the reception: dismal, not a smile of the lady behind the counter on the day of St. Valentine, she seemed to not like her work, and even had the nerve to call out loud in front of me - and the other customers present - his "assistant' to (in a room behind) 2 tickets 50 Euros with" which I paid my Bill, until he give me my purchases. This is done everywhere else, and even at Hermes, but discreetly! After reading a few reviews here on tripadvisor, I can confirm that the sales staff training is required in this illustrious House, their image is in games. Really not the class! Good, once arrived at the House I looked at my purchases nearly: for 38 Euros I had got a pretty heavy cardboard with the portrait of Marie Antoinette, box in hand because weighing 400 g (!), but inside there was that... 125 g of chocolates.! Net weight being labeled practically invisible on the back of the box, printed minutely small black on a transparent sticker pasted on the box of dark blue color. Very clever. For 28 Euros each, 2 small cases to 185 g of chocolates. Total: 94 Euros for 495g of chocolates. Then? Go to see and to make you have...
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  • We visited this chocolate shop while on a chocolate tour. We tried four different chocolates, the 99%, which was obviously incredibly bitter, the 85%- my personal favorite which tasted like a good qua...  more »
  • I went to buy for souvenirs to the women's pistol (gold coin) that was made for Marie Antoinette's named chocolate. One piece 250 Yen to buy by mail order in Japan this chocolate 500 yen coin-sized round, thin, super super super high quality products stock 24 entered in this shop about 200 (not counting to be exact) but not to enter, but "Super value" of box €91 (at that time €1 125 Yen in the calculation 11, 375 yen per sheet about 50 yen) was because without hesitation, I bought. Of the women's Committee (lol) and heavy luggage, was tough, but Needless to say. While listening to the taste of chocolate, 1800 in the shop is like a high class salon, Madame to friendly staff, containing six of my note, and gave me a manual in English. (But I see it on the Internet if you look after. Lol) wants to visit next time slowly, so I bought a pistol just because you didn't have time, but other mouth-watering chocolates were.
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  • It's lineage makes it the oldest chocolate shop in Paris. The first "chocolatier du Roi" in 1659. That shop was close to the Louvre. Very fine chocolate still. Taste and enjoy its long history as well. Elegant shop
  • This is a little known shop/brand but the quality and taste of their chocolates is simply phenomenal. I find it better than La Maison du Chocolat or other brands.
  • Can't go wrong here! phenomenal chocoloate, impeccably presented, but the true test is the taste -- and they have chocolate for all tastes (all different percentages of chocolate bean). Chocolatiers to French Royalty for over 200 years. How bad can it be??!!
  • if you love chocolate, you're better to go.
  • Great chocolate and intimate little shop.