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Top 10 Spots to Get Your Chocolate Fix in Toronto

Top 10 Spots to Get Your Chocolate Fix in Toronto

Top 10 Spots to Get Your Chocolate Fix in Toronto

The best chocolate in Toronto comes in many shapes and sizes. With Valentine's day right around the corner, we've rounded up the top ten spots for you to get your chocolate fix. From truffles to cake, we've got you covered.

Here are 10 spots to get your chocolate fix.

8

325 Bay St

Louix Louis

Louix Louis

There's something special about the chocolate cake at Louix Louis. The super-luxe restaurant offers a 13-layer chocolate cake that is sure to wow your entire table. Calling it The King's Cake seems fitting, especially since it's garnished with gold leaf and a Guayaquil ganache; expensive Ecuadorian chocolate. You've seen it splashed across Instagram...go try it.

7

1131 St Clair Ave W

ChocoSol

ChocoSol

Chocolate bar with a mint punch.

ChocoSol is an ethically sourced chocolate and coffee company, that puts emphasis on ecology and directly sourcing their products from Mexican forest gardens tended by indigenous farmers. The no-frills shop on St. Clair West features bean-to-bar chocolates that are steeped in tradition. Be sure to buy a pack of drinking chocolate to take home and maybe a few bars to keep you satisfied on your "long" subway home.

6

443 King St W

SOMA Chocolate

SOMA Chocolate

Assorted chocolate truffles.

SOMA Chocolate has become synonymous with Toronto based chocolateries. Whether you're headed in to grab a curated box of truffles or sitting down for a cup of chili spiked cocoa, you won't be disappointed. They have three locations across the GTA, making this chocolate shop easily accessible for the whole city. 

5

227 Ossington Ave

CXBO at La Banane

CXBO at La Banane

La Banane, an Ossington joint well known for its extravagant entrees and yellow door, is also home to the Ziggy Stardust Disco Egg -- created in collaboration with the well-known chocolate shop CXBO. The hand-painted creation is as beautiful as it is delicious and just waiting for you to smash open.

4

1099 Yonge St

Nadege

Nadege

Assorted truffles from Nadege.

Another one of Toronto's premier french patisseries, Nadege does not solely offer macarons but a wide array of French pastries and chocolate bonbons. With four locations spread across the city, it's easy to grab a box of truffles, wherever you may be.   

3

152 Spadina Ave

Le Gourmand

Le Gourmand

Original chocolate chip cookie from Le Gourmand.

Any mention of chocolate in this city requires an honourable mention to Le Gourmand's famed chocolate chip cookie. Loaded with chunks of semi-sweet chocolate, this cake-like cookie has started a small craze amongst chocolate chip aficionados. Not the only chocolate staple on the menu, this bakery offers a multitude of french pastries.

2

132 Yonge St

Sud Forno

Sud Forno

With two locations in the downtown core, this mini-empire of Italian bakeries is just getting started. From the minds behind Terroni, this cafe offers everything from freshly baked bread to homemade pasta, but our favourite has to be the selection of baked goods. The Nutella bombolone -- an Italian doughnut filled with Nutella -- is devilishly irresistible. Come for the espresso, stay for the chocolate.

Top 10 Spots to Get Your Chocolate Fix in Toronto

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11 months ago

Top 10 Spots to Get Your Chocolate Fix in Toronto

Arianna Cannarozzo

Arianna Cannarozzo

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The best chocolate in Toronto comes in many shapes and sizes. With Valentine's day right around the corner, we've rounded up the top ten spots for you to get your chocolate fix. From truffles to cake, we've got you covered.

Here are 10 spots to get your chocolate fix.

8

325 Bay St

Louix Louis

Louix Louis

There's something special about the chocolate cake at Louix Louis. The super-luxe restaurant offers a 13-layer chocolate cake that is sure to wow your entire table. Calling it The King's Cake seems fitting, especially since it's garnished with gold leaf and a Guayaquil ganache; expensive Ecuadorian chocolate. You've seen it splashed across Instagram...go try it.

7

1131 St Clair Ave W

ChocoSol

ChocoSol

Chocolate bar with a mint punch.

ChocoSol is an ethically sourced chocolate and coffee company, that puts emphasis on ecology and directly sourcing their products from Mexican forest gardens tended by indigenous farmers. The no-frills shop on St. Clair West features bean-to-bar chocolates that are steeped in tradition. Be sure to buy a pack of drinking chocolate to take home and maybe a few bars to keep you satisfied on your "long" subway home.

6

443 King St W

SOMA Chocolate

SOMA Chocolate

Assorted chocolate truffles.

SOMA Chocolate has become synonymous with Toronto based chocolateries. Whether you're headed in to grab a curated box of truffles or sitting down for a cup of chili spiked cocoa, you won't be disappointed. They have three locations across the GTA, making this chocolate shop easily accessible for the whole city. 

4

1099 Yonge St

Nadege

Nadege

Assorted truffles from Nadege.

Another one of Toronto's premier french patisseries, Nadege does not solely offer macarons but a wide array of French pastries and chocolate bonbons. With four locations spread across the city, it's easy to grab a box of truffles, wherever you may be.   

3

152 Spadina Ave

Le Gourmand

Le Gourmand

Original chocolate chip cookie from Le Gourmand.

Any mention of chocolate in this city requires an honourable mention to Le Gourmand's famed chocolate chip cookie. Loaded with chunks of semi-sweet chocolate, this cake-like cookie has started a small craze amongst chocolate chip aficionados. Not the only chocolate staple on the menu, this bakery offers a multitude of french pastries.

2

132 Yonge St

Sud Forno

Sud Forno

With two locations in the downtown core, this mini-empire of Italian bakeries is just getting started. From the minds behind Terroni, this cafe offers everything from freshly baked bread to homemade pasta, but our favourite has to be the selection of baked goods. The Nutella bombolone -- an Italian doughnut filled with Nutella -- is devilishly irresistible. Come for the espresso, stay for the chocolate.