Chocolala Belga Madrid

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Chocolala Belga – Belgian chocolate in Madrid!

Chocolala Belga is a tiny artisanal Belgian chocolate maker and shop hidden in a small side street, right in the heart of Madrid – I was so happy when a friend steered me to it a few weeks ago!

The street is worth visiting on its own right – this is the oldest part of Madrid and has meter-deep granite walls where you get a true feel of the past. Inside the shop you have a view into the workshop behind where all the chocolate magic happens! 

A little research has taught me that you cannot call your chocolate “Belgian” unless you make it in Belgium, (fair enough!). Paul-Hector Bossier, the owner and creator has cleverly sidestepped this problem – Chocolate has been re-baptized chocolala!

He makes his sweets with chocolate sourced in Belgium, and very delicious they are too. I like the truffles – there are lots of flavours; there is also hot chocolate, ice cream and chocolate bars. Another favourite of mine is the candied orange peel dipped in dark chocolate – bitter sweet, mmm!

The chocolates are very well-priced for a hand-made product, so treat yourself!

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Address

Calle del Bonetillo 1, Madrid

Telephone number

+34918437757

Opening Times

Tue - Sun 10:00 - 14:30 & 17:00 - 20:30

Price

250g chocolates: € 12

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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)