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I am wondering if any of the members can give some suggestions for where to go in Munich and Strasbourg to sample some fine, artisan chocolate. Can be bean to bar or confections.

 

Thank you!

 

Sunita

 

 

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Hi Sunita,

 

my chocolate impressions from Munich might be not quite fresh, but my list should be still vallid.

 

http://www.goetterspeise-muenchen.de/

worldwide chocolates and confections

 

http://www.chocolate-and-more.de/

all the famous manufacturers

 

http://www.ellyseidl.com/

confections

http://www.cafe-luitpold.de/

confections

 

https://www.lauensteiner.de/

considered as the best German confections...

 

http://www.stolberg-muenchen.de/

officially the best German "sweet" shop

 

Ant there was at least one chocolaterie close to Viktualienmarkt - the famous market in Munich, with French name... I'll ask my friend in Munich.

 

A bit search before asking - et voilà:

Laporte
Confiserie
Heiliggeiststraße 1 (Viktualienmarkt) 089-2916 2112

"My connections" in Strasbourg gave me these addresses:

 

Thierry Mulhaupt (rue du Vieux Marché aux Poissons 18) and "Epice et chocolat" (5 rue du Temple Neuf),

Jeff de Bruges (19 rue des Orfevres and 118 Grand Rue),

Christian (10 rue Mercière),

Riss chocolatier (35 Rue 22 Novembre).

 

And, of course, Musée "Les Secrets du Chocolat"
rue du Pont du Péage F-67118 Geispolsheim.

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