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We went to the small café at Passage des Lions in Geneva, for a delicious hot chocolate and a nice slice of tarte aux prunes. Everything was very good, tha place very romantic and we passed an excellent afternoon.
We recently visited Philippe Pascoet's little chocolate shop in Carouge. Philippe was there and waited on us. He was so gracious and helpful. He offered samples, first asking my preference of dark or milk? YUM! His chocolates are FABULOUS!!! I ended up purchasing two boxes...More
I love the work from the famous chocolatier. Therefore I visited the café near the tramway in Bel Air. When I asked why my chocolate cake was served cold, I got that answer: "we never warm them and I prefer them cold". Double disappointment: cold...More
Small little place in Carouge. The variety seemed interesting. However, there wasn't much interaction. The person at the counter was polite but maybe the day we went, 31st December, wasn't the best. Bought chocolates but wasn't blown away by the flavor. Maybe the most expensive...More
The shop was small the experience greta, We had a hard time choosing which chocolate flavour to buy but the lady in the shop explained everything with a a smile to us.The taste of the chocolate in our mouths stayed for ours long. Excellent!
I've been known to buy a bag of chocolates in lieu of lunch. On many occasions. I've sampled all the Geneva chocolatiers. This is one of the best. The service from the pasage des lions location is second to none. The service at the original...More
I really doubt that they are artisanal and not industrial, and in that case go for Lindt MUCH better and cheaper. This is not traditional chocolate, and it tastes terrible. Had to throw the away (could not even recycle them)
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Anne P, Responsable relations clients at Philippe Pascoet, Maitre Chocolatier Suisse, responded to this reviewResponded 13 October 2015
Mr. , Mrs.,
Our chocolates are made using traditional methods .
Come visit our laboratory to convince you ! You can also taste our different flavors and find one that will fill you .