This is one of my favourite Berlin Finds and a must visit for any chocolate lover in Berlin. This place was awarded Best Chocolate Specialty Shop in Germany 2012. With the fine selection of chocolate, it well deserves the award. TD and I have been addicted to it since our friend Isabelle took us their the first time. Our favourites are the Roc Lait (milk chocolate covered ganache with nougat), Kondierte Orangen (candied orange slices dipped in chocolate) and the chocolate covered marshmallow with wafer base. The Salted Caramel Macarons is also great. TD also loves the thick hot chocolate, and he orders it in large size. This is not for the choco-faint-hearted. You’ve been warned!
When you enter there are a few seating in front of the counter and there are more tables in the very back. When the weather weather is good, it is lovely to sit outside.
The rows upon rows of everything chocolate was overwhelming the first time I came in. It’s just so nice to ogle at so many specialty products.
They sell their in-house chocolates by the weight. They also have cool berlin-themed chocolates that would make for great souvenirs or pasalubong.
When you sit in a table or booth, they will give you the menu and you can order from the waitress or you can also head to the counter to see what cakes, macarons or cupcakes they have available and order there too.
I love the use of antique furniture for storage and organisation. It adds so much character to the place. And check out those drawers turned into shelves!
Chocolate squares from all over the world.
in-house chocolate sampling bowl
sweet little treats
Aside from chocolates they also have premium baking and chocolate making ingredients like salt, marshmallows, Varlhona chocolate, baking chocolate, and so many more.
Whenever we come for coffee, usually after a great Persian lunch at nearby Shayan, we taste different kinds of chocolate. The atmosphere is perfect for having some fun with your tastebuds and even trying out things that you never liked before. For example TD is not a fan of marshmallows, but the homemade marshmallow covered is something else and he loves it. I also never liked turrones, but their hand pulled ones are absolutely fantastic. I also loved the mismatched sets of cups and saucers – so precious!
Chocolate made from Davao (Philippines) cacao! Nice.
They also have their own selection of pre-packed chocolate bars and this is my favourite: Milk Chocolate with Sea Salt. OMG!!! Salt just has this wonderful ability to bring out the best in chocolate taste. For those who’ve never tried, it won’t be salty I promise you. Just enough for a foodgasm haha.
This store is worth visiting if you love fine chocolate and making high quality desserts. It’s also great for gift giving and you can even get your loved one a monthly chocolate subscription. WHOA. Contact details below.
Goltzstraße 23/ Ecke Pallasstraße, 10781 Berlin map
Mo-Fr 9:00-20:00 • Sa 9:00-18:00 • So 12:00-19:00
Nearest stop: Nollendorfplatz • U-Bahn U1, U2, U3, U4 • Bus M19, 106, 187
AND a monthly subscription? My husband just started cringing – we know what my first subscription will be when we move!
Thanks for this!
Hahaha it is pretty awesome isn’t it? My husband only found out about the subscription from me yesterday and he is already contemplating it haha. I am glad you found this post interesting!
LOVE! This is where we should meet-up! Totally agree- some of my favorite sweet desserts taste especially good with a dash of finishing salt.