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Top 10 chocolate shops to get your cocoa fix

World Chocolate Day – yes, it truly exists! – is just around the corner (7 July), giving you yet another excuse (or opportunity) to indulge in all kinds of chocolatey goodies. If you’re in search of places to get your choco fix, we’ve got you covered with this list.

Chocolate desserts, World Chocolate Day
Gorge yourself on all things chocolate on World Chocolate Day!

#1 Angelina Singapore

Located in Capitol Piazza, this Parisian tearoom serves chocolate desserts including the signature Hot Chocolate and Mini Opera Cake. It also has a boutique next door where you can purchase more chocolate treats, such as a bottle of the original Angelina’s Hot Chocolate, Cacao Spread and Chocolate Flavoured Tea. Read our review on this famed tearoom and patisserie.

15 Stamford Road, #01-82, Capitol Galleria
6384 0481 | facebook.com/AngelinaSingapore

#2 Awfully Chocolate

Awfully Chocolate sells a variety of chocolate eats such as the SuperStacked Chocolate Cake Box of 4 ($25), Chocolate Tiramisu ($19.90) and Chocolate Mille Crepe ($78). You have the option of dining in at any of its 17 stores, too, each one unique in terms of design.


#3 Chocolate Origin

This chocolate shop prides itself on using the finest ingredients, offering chocolate cakes with two promising choices – subtly sweet original and bitter dark – along with lava cakes, gelato, ice cold chocolate beverages and more.


Variety of chocolate, World Chocolate Day
Spare no thought on this day and indulge in the good stuff!

#4 Club55’s Cheese and Chocolate Bar

This Cheese and Chocolate Bar ($24 per child; $48 per adult) will make every chocoholic’s dreams come true with its buffet featuring over 40 chocolate-themed desserts. Items include Milk Chocolate Blue Cheese Cream with thyme foam, Alpaco Dark Chocolate Mousse, Whipped Bailey Cream Hazelnut Cake and White Chocolate Exotic.

Club55 at Marina Bay Sands, Hotel Tower 2, Level 55
6688 8858 | marinabaysands.com/restaurants/buffet/the-chocolate-bar.html

#5 Cocoa Colony

Cocoa Colony’s menu includes avant-garde cocoa beverages and desserts, from a mandatory hot chocolate to the likes of Cocoa 76 Ice Blended, Ultimate Chocolate Waffle and Malted Malteser Shake. The café also sells its very own chocolate bars.


#6 GODIVA Chocolatier

This luxury Belgian chocolate brand sells all sorts of chocolate treats, from chocolate assortments, chocolate pearls and chocolate pretzels to hot chocolate and chocolate soft serve. It also recently unveiled its first lifestyle concept café in ION Orchard, a must-go for all chocolate lovers!


Variety of chocolate, World Chocolate Day
Treats for the chocoholics

#7 Laurent Bernard Chocolatier

Laurent Bernard doesn’t disappoint when it comes to chocolate desserts. With over five boutiques to visit, it sells chocolate cakes, chocolate bars and boxes, cookies, macarons and even hampers.


#8 Matt’s The Chocolate Shop

This chocolate shop specialises in dark chocolate fudge and takes pride in its good old-fashioned moist and hearty chocolate cakes. The menu ranges from chocolate chip cookies ($6) and dark chocolate truffles ($12) to whole dark chocolate fudge cake ($30 to $50).

44 Amoy Street
6557 2274 | matts.com.sg 

Variety of chocolate, World Chocolate Day
How can you resist this chocolatey goodness?

#9 ROYCE’ Chocolate

This chocolate shop sells a huge range of chocolate products, including interesting ones such as popcorn chocolate ($12), marshmallow chocolate ($12.50) and potato chip chocolate ($15). Alongside those you’ll find chocolate ice cream ($6), though only at selected outlets.


#10 The Cocoa Trees

If chocolate bars will do for you this year, check out The Cocoa Trees. From Hershey’s, Cadbury and Ferrero to Lindt and GODIVA, this chocolate shop carries more than 50 of the world’s premier chocolate brands guaranteed to leave you spoilt for choice.



Thinking of creating your own chocolate dish instead? Or, looking for more food options?