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The top 5 new chocolate shops in Toronto

New chocolate shops in Toronto might just give Willy Wonka a run for his money with their collection of colourful and creative truffles, candies, bonbons and sweets. Whether you're looking for a gift or you just want to treat yourself, these places are sure to impress.

Here are my picks for the top new chocolate shops in Toronto.

Chocolates X Brandon Olsen

Brandon Olsen, the former chef de cuisine at Bar Isabel, opened his own chocolate shop in Little Italy where he whips up colourful confections that are almost too pretty to eat (but you should try them because they're delicious too).

Saks Food Hall by Pusateri's

This subterranean space is filled to the brim with gourmet food, including a chocolate bar stuffed with David Chow's creations that feature beautiful colours with unique and interesting flavour combinations.

ChokoArt by Nadia

The newly opened store on Jane Street features intricate Belgian chocolate sculptures and treats that would make great gifts for anyone with a serious sweet tooth.

MoRoCo Chocolat

MoRoCo Chocolat moved from Yorkville to the Annex where it's now putting more of its focus on serving up handmade chocolate truffles. There's lots to choose from at this pretty store along with baked goods like eclairs and macarons.

Avoca

Avoca, located right off the Danforth, has a long list of delicious-sounding truffles. That means you might have a hard time choosing one to munch on. The solution? Grab a whole bunch and share 'em - or better yet, keep them for yourself.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns


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