Excellent truffles, but a bit expensive at 28 baht / piece. The dark chocolate truffle (ganache and coating were made from Ecuadorian cacao, as I recall) was delicious, as was the signature Duc de Praslin truffle.
My friend ordered a coffee with two truffles, but was told that that "deal" meant the staff would choose the truffles for her. After some balking, he let my friend pick her own truffles, but it was a strange experience that was foreshadowed nowhere on their menu.
And unless you want to pay for the fancy packaging, don't get the bigger boxes of truffles because the per unit cost is actually higher than if you pick and buy several truffles individually.
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