Since its launch in 2009, ChocoParis has grown to become one of the web’s most comprehensive sources of Paris chocolate and pastry shop listings, with details on nearly 400 chocolate, pastry and ice cream shops.

But we do more than provide location and hours, we also share the rich history behind many of Paris’s oldest sweets shops and pâtisseries.

On our blog, we publish details of chocolate-related events happening in Paris as well as recipes for classic French cakes and desserts. As well, we showcase some of many gorgeous chocolate and pastry creations made by Parisian chocolatiers and pastry chefs.

ChocoParis is also a leading source of information about French chocolate and pastry classes.

The website has been cited in publications and websites such as Huffington Post, NZZ Online (Neue Zürcher Zeitung), Myself (Condé Nast Verlag), New York Times Travel, Frosch Insider, Luxos, Wanderlust Magazine (U.K.), El Universal (Mexico), TripAdvisor, Fodor’s Travel Talk, Frommer’s and numerous leading France- and food-related blogs.

As an independent website, ChocoParis is not affiliated with any of the chocolate shops presented on its pages. Please contact chocolatiers directly with any questions about their products or job opportunities.

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    1. Quel dommage…I lost the recipe for salmon with white chocolate-covered pink peppercorns. It was posted directly above the peppercorns in the store.

      Could you help please?

      merci beauoup
      Lynda Sellar

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