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Patrick Roger Chocolatier

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Patrick Roger Chocolatier

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Annette B wrote a review Dec 2018
United States625 contributions74 helpful votes
Went here for some late night chocolates as they were the only chocolatier open (I’ll give them a point for THAT anyway), but oh my goodness, how affected can you get? It was ALL about the packaging....nice, expensive looking little green boxes placed into large green bags for 8 pieces of chocolate. And what about environmental consciousness? More expensive than other chocolatiers in the Sablon area, too, which although OK, the quality of the product didn’t warrant. Here’s an idea: spend less on packaging and pass on better prices to your customers. If other places are open, go there.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Radek M wrote a review Sep 2018
Bertrange, Luxembourg168 contributions65 helpful votes
Patrick Roger's shop is a unique, minimalistic space, unlike the other chocolate shops around Brussels. The chocolates are nice, and so was the service - being the only ones in the shop, we got all the advice and attention needed.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Matt K wrote a review Sep 2018
71 contributions20 helpful votes
He is an artist. His basil lemon chocolate is mind blowing. He mastered a way to showcase gentle flavors with chocolate and I want to learn under him.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Wendie G wrote a review Apr 2018
Toronto, Canada139 contributions82 helpful votes
First off, I am not a huge fan of chocolate but my partner is so we did the chocolate tour and I am so glad we did. Now I realize I just needed to find the chocolate I liked - because WOW, Patrick Roger's is delicious. The chocolate is incredible, so smooth. The taste stayed in my mouth for a good hour afterwards and I am really glad our guide left this one for last. The store itself is gorgeous and the carvings stunning. I love how the island looks like a giant slab of chocolate. If you like chocolate, you must go here. I just wish there was one in Toronto as I would definitely buy some!
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Troels J wrote a review Mar 2018
Den Bosch, The Netherlands531 contributions151 helpful votes
Visiting Brussels for a few days and was strolling around the lovely Place du Grand Sablom. Came across Patrick Roger Chocolatier's amazing show and just had to go in and take a 2nd look; could this really be a chocolate shop? Oh yes it was and without doubt the most outstanding I have ever seen anywhere. The room decoration was so avant-garde that you for a moment forgot about the chocolate. But then you started looking at the 'goods' and tasted a few. It was a true taste explosion in your mouth - divine! The word 'divine is well chosen as the window display made of metal plates and were designed to touch ever so slightly; sounded like the fine bells of a cathedral. I really felt like sitting on a cloud sharing small bites of heaven. It is a must visit destination!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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