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Chocolate Atelier

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Located at the row of shophouses along Joo Chiat, The Chocolate Atelier offers a variety of cookies, chocolates, pralines and pastries. Chocolate-making and baking classes are also regularly conduced by pastry chef and founder Reto Marzari, who has over 40 years of experience in the trade.
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dont be fooled by the quietness of this place. the chocs are amazing! try the dark choc truffles, or have a slice of the mousse cake. sometimes he has special chocs - eg earl grey ones which are not on display but they are excellent!

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• 28 Mar 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

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dont be fooled by the quietness of this place. the chocs are amazing! try the dark choc truffles, or have a slice of the mousse cake. sometimes he has special chocs - eg earl grey ones which are not on display but they are excellent!
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• 14 Jan 2010 • 18 reviews • 6 followers

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Ordered the Christmas Log Cake last year for my office Christmas Party. I've heard good things about this place, so decided to try it out. The cake had several different tastes, I could taste yuzu, raspberry (or was it strawberry?), chocolate mousse and made with a chocolate sponge cake. The raspberry really stood out, it gives the cake a really unique flavour, unlike most other Christmas log cakes I've tried. I really enjoyed the chocolate mousse and sponge cake as well. Without a doubt one of the best Christmas log cake I've ever tried! I reckon their other pastries and chocolates are delicious as well.
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