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Chocolate Shops in Belgium

Belgian chocolate considered one of the best chocolates in the world. Whether this is true or not, you can decide for yourself by visiting the chocolate shops in Brussels, and there are a lot of such shops in the capital of Belgium. In the tourist part of the city, sweets and other delicacies covered with a layer of chocolate sold on every corner. In order not to get lost in the variety of options. Check out our list of the best chocolate shops in Brussels.

In Brussels, you can even attend a chocolate tasting and create your own chocolate here.

If you are in Brussels, then you should try not only the “famous” and affordable brands of chocolate (which discussed below), but also visit the shops of famous chocolatiers.

The best chocolate boutiques in Brussels

Pierre Marcolini

1 rue des Minimes, 1000 Bruxelles(shop)

39 Place du Grand Sablon, 1000 Bruxelles (shopandmanufactory)

Pierre Marcolini is a chocolate shop that relies on presenting it in a modern and attractive way, and never depends on the old classic ways. Even the workers inside the store dressed in uniform with white gloves, and there you can get unique flavors of chocolate such as: orange blossom, ginger, mango and other exotic and distinctive flavors on display.

The pricefor a box of chocolates is 19-37 euros, a set of 8 chocolate bars is 28 euros.


6-12-13 Place du Grand Sablon, 1000 Bruxelles

One of Brussels’ most famous and oldest chocolate shops in the Grand Sablon, Henri Winmer started his company Wittamer Cafe in 1910, and now run by his son and daughter. Winmer is the official supplier of classic chocolate in Belgium, which you can get with a taste of almonds by visiting the chocolate shop in Grand Sablon and having a cup of hot chocolate on harsh winter nights in a café in Grand Sasapan.

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The pricefor a box of chocolates is 26 euros (25 pieces), a set of 6-10 chocolate bars is 36 euros.

Passion Chocolat

2/4 rue Bodenbroek, 1000 Bruxelles

If you like real dark chocolate, then be sure to find the Passion Chocolat store, in this confectionery they do everything to make sure that the sweets feel not sugar, but first of all the original taste of cocoa.


48 rue Rollebeek 1000 Bruxelles

If the origin of cocoa beans is important to you, you choose exclusively organic products or suffer from gluten allergies, your choice is The Belvas Chocolate House. In this store you can also buy chocolate with 100% cocoa content (5 euros per 120 grams), this dessert invigorates better than 10 cups of espresso.

The pricefor a box of praline is 25 euros (16 pieces).

Laurent Gerbaud

2 D rue Ravenstein, 1000 Bruxelles

The Laurent Gerbaud chocolate store created specifically for those who love “orangettes” (orange peels covered with chocolate) and similar sweets: here, like Pierre Marcolini, chocolate treated like a wine and loves to shade the taste of cocoa beans with various fruits and spices. By appointment, every Saturday from 11-30 to 13-00 master classes on the manufacture of sweets held. A mug of hot chocolate inside the store costs 3.5 euros, coffee – 2.5 euros. And in this institution you can buy 100% vegan sweets, if it is important to you.

Jean-Philippe Darcis

40 rue au Beurre 1000 Bruxelles

Chocolatier Jean-Philippe Darcis calls himself a seller of happiness, his shops are popular in Brussels and Wallonia. The most popular Belgian Owl product praline, covered with milk chocolate and soaked in Belgian whiskey. Belgian Owl almost always sold out.

The price for a box of praline is 16 euros (16 pieces), a chocolate bar is 7.5 euros, 100 grams of sweets is 8.80 euros.

The stores mentioned above attributed to designer boutiques in the world of chocolate, with a piece product. Sweets offered by large chocolate chains are no worse than products from the famous chocolatiers.

The largest chocolate chains in Belgium


44 rue au Beurre 1000 Bruxelles

Galler Chocolate House supplies sweets to the royal family. This company is famous primarily for its mini-chocolates with various flavors, from which you can make your own assorted. Ready-made sets of chocolates, as well as large bars can purchased not only in Galler stores, but also in ordinary supermarkets.

The pricefor a box of chocolates is 28 euros (36 pieces).


Place du Grand Sablon 47, 1000 Bruxelles

Rue de l’Etuve 57, 1000 Bruxelles

Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, Grand Place 21, 1000 Bruxelles

Godiva Chocolatier Center one of the oldest places selling chocolates in the city, in the forties of the last century, Joseph Drabs founded the chocolate company “Lady Godiva”, which his son Joseph then turned into Godiva only, which many visitors to the State of Belgium are keen to go to this center, to obtain the original types of chocolates from there, which displayed in the form of a shiny golden square and bear the name Godiva.

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The pricefor a box of chocolates is 26 euros (18 pieces).


Galerie Toison d’Or, Grand Place 27, 1000 Bruxelles

25 Galerie de la Reine, 1000 Bruxelles

Rue Lebeau 79, 1000 Bruxelles,

Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, Galerie du Roi 5, 1000 Bruxelles

If you are looking for a truly authentic traditional Belgian praline chocolate, then you should definitely visit Neuhaus, the house of praline chocolate where it was first invented in 1857. And now it presented in more than 60 different flavors in 50 Neuhaus stores worldwide.

The pricefor a box of chocolates is 27 euros (25 pieces).


Rue au Beurre 34, 1000 Bruxelles

Boulevard Anspach 46, 1000 Bruxelles

Carrefour de l’Europe 2, 1000 Bruxelles

Galerie du Roi 24, 1000 Bruxelles

Leonidas is the closest example of international chocolates that you can get from 1400 Leonidas stores around the world, which are small shops that offer golden arches with a distinctive taste

The pricefor a box of sweets 17 euros (assorted, 500 grams).

If suddenly you did not have time to buy chocolate in Brussels, do not be upset! At Brussels Airport you can buy assorted sweets of all major chocolate chains.

Chocolate Shops in Belgium
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