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Chocolats Genevieve Grandbois


Chocolats Genevieve Grandbois14.5
mile end • food tour • high quality chocolate • taste

162 St. Viateur St West
Montreal H2T 2L3, CA
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  • Photo of Le Meridien Versailles Montreal
    Chocolate lovers, beware! Walk inside this chocolatier boîte, rife with petite poppers, some swirling in aromatic flavors, with each bite-sized creation elegantly displayed.
  • Photo of Rschagrin
    2 months ago
    Visited on a Mile End food tour. Sampled some great chocolate. Small shop with a great selection of home made chocolate.
  • Photo of Robin C
    3 months ago
    This was a stop on our "Mile End Food Tour" and this is real chocolate like we experienced in Europe, not the stuff we get in the USA. Shop is very nice and selection is hard to choose between. Unfortunately, they don't currently ship out of the country so you will need to carry home with you.
  • Photo of josieist
    3 months ago
    Went here on the Montreal Mile End food tour and enjoyed both a praline and some hot chocolate. Both were incredibly tasty! They also catered well to people with diertary restrictions. Later we also bought some chocolate at another one of their outlets to take away which was equally delicious. It's more of a takeaway chocolaterie than a café, I'd say, as the space is very limited.
  • Photo of oyyveyy
    4 months ago
    Wonderful high-quality homemade chocolates, in a small shop with lovely decor. Great selection of types of chocolates and fillings.
  • Photo of Martha G
    4 months ago
    Wow - what an incredible chocolate shop! You must try the hot chocolate! Even in the summer it's a must. It is so thick and rich and aromatic- we bought some to take home!
  • Photo of Ken V
    6 months ago
    We went here as part of a food tour of the Mile End district. The chocolate is awesome and worth the stop. We sampled the dark chocolate salted caramel and their drinking chocolate. This place is worth the stop.
  • Photo of JMZook
    8 months ago
    We had the very BEST hot chocolate here! The chocolates were good too and the staff was super nice and friendly. I real gem in the Mile End.
  • Photo of Khanh N
    a year ago
    This was one of our stops on the mile end food tour. All the chocolates are 70% cacao, handmade and real chocolate ! We sampled a chocolate square and also a hot chocolate beverage. It was amazing! Loved the service and presentation !
  • Photo of SylvieFrancois444
    Like many others this stop was part of our Local Montreal Food Tour of the Mile End. We got to experience a chocolate brownie that we ate in hot chocolate. OMG! Pure pleasure for the taste b
  • Photo of Shannon M
    a year ago
    We stopped here on the mile end food tour like many other people here we had this amazing hot chocolate with some kind of solid chocolate inside and chocolate pistachios as well( chocolate in three forms). It was rich, delicious and not too sweet. We wanted to go back to take some home but never got around to it. Definitely stop by if you are in the mile end for anything!
  • Photo of troyb1992
    a year ago
    - snobby sales people - chocolates are nothing special - over priced We went based on trying the chocolates at a restaurant, and asked the salespeople which chocolates they supplied to the restaurant as we wanted the same. They just looked at us like we were aliens. Then said yes they supply that restaurant but couldn't tell us which chocolates they supplied. They couldn't even be bothered to check. So we bought 2 tins of 9. Tried them when we got home and they were not that great at all and not at all like what we had at the restaurant. Save your money and buy Godiva or Lindt.
  • Photo of lemon737
    a year ago
    We came here on the mile end food tour which was excellent in itself and this chocolate shop was lovely. We had a small expresso size hot chocolate with a little brown in it and we all enjoyed it
  • Photo of WinfieldRDH
    a year ago
    Like some other reviewers, we also stopped here on the Mile End food tour. We are all chocoholics in our family, and this store makes some of the best we have ever had. Pure joy for the mouth!
  • Photo of Debby G
    a year ago
    Going around Mile End when we chanced upon this small yet elegant store. Since my companion has a weakness for chocolate, we just had to enter and check it out. The center area displayed 18 kinds of specialty chocolates with four flavor wheel - floral, spicy, fruity and toasted. The chocolatw squares have cute stamped on names. Tried the signature Caramel which was flavored with vanilla bean and sea salt and the Piment which is a mild ganache spiced with a variety of selected and home-grown peppers. Was very happy with these two and had to buy more as gifts. A big plus for the store are the two very accommodating and personnel who are knowledgeable about their products. The store also sells popular chocolate brands from Peru, Mexico and Vietnam. The last produces single origin chocolates brand - Marou - which was the 2013 Academy of Chocolate winner as Best Chocolate bean to bar category. Also offered are combination of two flavor chocolates for pairings with wine as well as yummy hot chocolate. A good store to buy gifts for friends as well as to indulge yourself and satisfy your chocolate cravings.
  • Photo of ADayOrTwo
    a year ago
    We stopped here on a food tour and enjoyed the hot chocolate and brownie combo. Space was very clearly intentional (down to the music choice), and was very soothing. Didn't get a chance to try the chocolate, but saw a number of people carrying bags, so it must be fairly popular. Would happily go back to try more.
  • Photo of Kaitlin M
    2 years ago
    Stopped at this gold mine on the Mile End Food Tour. Absolutely the best chocolate I've ever had. We were given a small hot cocoa (espresso size) with a warm brownie inside. The most incredible thing ever. Rich, smooth, melted chocolate. Not your traditional hot cocoa. On the pricey side, but worth every penny. Had to bring some home for the family!
  • Photo of 1_4_adventure
    2 years ago
    Pretty much like every other specialty chocolate shop in the world. Some unique items (curried candied cashews). High quality chocolate with some interesting flavour combinations. Good to patronize a local business as opposed to a franchise. As you would expect, it is pricey.
  • Photo of John R
    2 years ago
    When the owner goes to the extreme of establishing her own cacao growing operation to control the quality and type of ingredients, you can savour the difference. Only tried a few of the offerings, but they were excellent.
  • Photo of Keiko A
    2 years ago
    I tasted a piece of chocolate at the mile end food tour. OMG! It was so tasty! Very smooth, rich and just right balance. We had an instruction how to enjoy the good chocolates. It is very important to melt it in your mouth not bite and swallow. I'm not a big chocolate person but I became the one for this chocolatier.
  • Photo of fogsmom
    2 years ago
    A beautiful handcrafted chocolate shop in Mile End, this store had wonderful service and mouthwatering chocolates, with plenty of samples to help you choose! The chocolate dipped fresh wild blueberries are a must try--- made every day for maximum freshness.

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