Best chocolate shops in Toronto

Toronto is home to many chocolate shops that offer unique takes on truffles, chocolate bars and more! From vodka infused chocolate to artisanal hot chocolate, there are so many ways to indulge your craving for chocolate. Here are some of the best chocolate shops in Toronto. [Photo of Delight Chocolate’s ginger ganache-filled chocolates]

MoRoCo Chocolat

215 Madison Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 2S6

Moroco Chocolat is known for its macarons and luxury chocolates. There are five collections of chocolate truffles that include the Sub’Lime, a white chocolate truffle with vodka-infused lime ganache or the Dulce de Leche, a milk chocolate truffle with caramel. There are also seasonal chocolate items and bars.

Chocosol Traders

1131 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6E 1B1

ChocoSol was originally founded in Mexico, and opened its first store in Toronto in 2006. This shop focuses on the social and ecological aspects of cultivating and making chocolate. The products include chocolate bars, hot chocolate and more.

Soma Chocolatemaker

55 Mill St, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

Soma is one of the most well known chocolate shops in Toronto. The Distillery District location allows visitors to see the chocolate-making process first hand and there are a number of sweet treats available! Try the handcrafted hot chocolate!


193 Baldwin St, Toronto, ON M5T 1M1

Brandon Olsen and Sarah Keenlyside opened their own chocolate shop a couple years ago, and they have been making waves in the community ever since. The chocolate is handmade and features unique flavour combinations like raspberry, rose and fennel, and cherry, vanilla and pink peppercorn. You can also purchase custom artisanal chocolate.

Nadege Patisserie

1099 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4W 2L7

Nadege uses the finest ingredients in its bonbons and chocolate tablets. The famous initial tablets come in various flavours including banana, almond, orange and yuzu. The chocolate bonbons are sold individually or in gift boxes of nine, 18 or 27.

Stubbe Chocolates & Pastry

653 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M6G 1Z4

Stubbe Chocolate has become an important fixture on Dupont. It specializes in truffles, bars and pastries. The chocolate truffles recipe has been handed down through six generations and all of the truffles are hand-made.

The Chocolateria

361 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 2M8

A chocolate lovers dream, Chocolateria sells all sorts of goodies in the Roncesvalles store. Choose from decadent truffles or the specially-made bars. You can also try unique items like chocolate potato chips and molded milk chocolate guitars.


3040 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Z3

Delight Chocolate has gained a stellar reputation through its handcrafted truffles with exotic fillings. Choose from a huge selection like the chocolate caramel with smoked sea salt, or ginger, filled with freshly ground ginger infused into dark chocolate ganache.

Avoca Chocolate Cafe

850 Millwood Rd Main, East York, ON M4G 1W6

Avoca Chocolates creates handcrafted truffles for the masses! Favourites include the Bubbly, a milk chocolate champagne ganache covered with icing sugar powder, or the Del Toro, a dark chocolate chilli ganache painted with red cocoa butter paint. Avoca has two Toronto locations!

Sweet Olenka’s

225 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L4

Sweet Olenka’s offers a vast selection of truffles. The chocolate shop has multiple locations in the city and on any given day, all of them are packed with hungry customers. The selection includes dark chocolate, Baileys, caramel, lavender, hazelnut and more. You can also try the vegan cakes and ice cream.

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