Where to drink the best hot chocolates in Paris?
Voted the most comforting drink of winter, we went for it, searched, tasted and presented to you the creme de la creme, simply the best hot chocolates in Paris
Carette’s Hot Chocolate
Want to enjoy a delicious hot chocolate with a view of the Eiffel Tower? Let’s go to Carette’s to enjoy the most comforting drink of the winter don’t forget to order one of their delicious buttery cookies to go with it
4 Place du Trocadero
25 Place de Vosges (also amazing)
Ladurée is much more than just macaron
With its pronounced aromas, its measured sugar, and its touch of bitterness, Ladurée hot chocolate competes with its macarons. Are you tired of all the people lining up at Ladurée? Go to the tea room with its charming old empire decor, sit down and order a hot chocolate. It’s worth it!
21 rue Bonaparte Paris 6,
16 rue royale Paris 8,
75 avenue des Champs-Élysées
PLAQ – in the best Bean to Ban style
A real “bean to bar” chocolate quento made with selected cocoa beans and exceptional know-how!
Plaq – 4 Rue du Nil, 75002 Paris
Jacques Genin, to the master with affection
In a chic and uncomplicated atmosphere, one of the greatest names in French patisserie invites us to enjoy a cup of hot chocolate in his chocolate factory located in the heart of Paris.
Jacques Genin – 27 rue de Varenne, 75007
Cocoa factory, ethical, responsible and delicious
Organic, dairy-free and gluten-free chocolate made on-site by Rrraw Cocoa Factory: need we say more? Their tasty Vegan hot chocolate has won our hearts!
8 Rue de Mulhouse, 75002 Paris
The vanilla hot chocolate from Cyril Lignac’s Chocolaterie
Cyril Lignac is one of the biggest names in Parisian patisserie today, the mediatico-chef brings in his chocolaterie a tasty, comforting and not too sweet hot chocolate with a pronounced vanilla touch.
25 Rue Chanzy, 75011 Paris
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Hot chocolate at the legendary Café de Flore
Welcome to literary Paris! Besides being a mythical café where scene of the creations and exchanges between Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, Café de Flore is one of the most visited places in Paris. Here, you can enjoy one of the best hot chocolates in the city, creamy and chocolaty to perfection.
172 Boulevard Saint-Germain
Mamie Gâteaux’s hot chocolate: a big bowl of comfort!
At Mamie Gâteaux, the hot chocolates are served in clay bowls like “when we were kids”. The must? The retro decoration and grandma’s cakes
66 Rue du Cherche-Midi
Jean-Paul Hévin’s hot chocolate and its different versions
Jean-Paul Hévin is a French chocolatier and confectioner who has been cultured for more than 30 years. He was voted France’s best confectioner in 1986 and has never ceased to amaze the palate of hot chocolate lovers with amazing and unusual versions. If he is obviously an excellent chocolatier, he also holds the secret to the best hot chocolate in Paris.
108 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris
Angelina’s unmissable hot chocolate
Angelina’s hot chocolate is a must. Very rich in chocolate and delicious, we like to take it home with us or give it as a gift or enjoy it comfortably in the cozy lounge of Angelina’s, accompanied by their famous, juicy Mont-Blanc with Portuguese chestnut cream and whipped cream.
226 Rue de Rivoli
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