Best chocolatiers in Toronto

There are many amazing chocolatiers in this city and we are the lucky ones they share their talents with. From truffles and tortes to hot chocolate, there are plenty of goodies to satisfy any chocolate lover. Here are the top chocolatiers in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of Nadege]

The Chocolateria

361 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 2M8

For all things chocolate you can head to the Chocolateria where they serve some of the best chocolate in the city. A chocolate-lovers dream, Chocolateria offers everything from chocolate chips to cookies and truffles!

Odile Chocolat

829 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1V4

Hand crafted and delicious, Odile Chocolat is home to some of the most unique chocolates in the city. One walk into the boutique on Dundas West and you’ll be hooked. Expect a variety of truffles, chocolate bark and hot chocolate.


193 Baldwin St, Toronto, ON M5T 1M1

Chocolatier Brandon Olsen has turned chocolate making into an art form. His chocolate is delicate, delicious and filled with surprising flavours. Popular combinations include raspberry, rose and fennel, pistachio, bergamot and orange, cherry, vanilla and pink peppercorn. You can also try the bonbons and the popular Ziggy Stardust Disco Egg.

Chocosol Traders

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

ChocoSol does more than ame chocolate goodies, they make it their mission to create a socially-just, equitable and ecological food system. This passion comes through in the line of chocolate bars like the Rusitco, which are stone-ground for about eight hours to build the strong flavour profile.

Nadege Patisserie

1099 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4W 2L7

While Nadege may be known for its pastries and delicious cakes, it also has a massive selection of chocolate bonbons and letter chocolate bars! The gourmet chocolate is made with the finest ingredients and unique flavour combinations.

Stubbe Chocolates & Pastry

653 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M6G 1Z4

Originally from Germany, Johann Heinrich Petrus Stubbe moved the family business to Canada in 1989. The handcrafted chocolates are made daily in the open kitchen, where guests can witness the mouth-watering process of crafting truffles. You can also get chocolate in the form of tortes and cakes.

Avoca Chocolate Cafe

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

Avoca sells delicious truffles and gelato to the masses! There are two locations in the city where people can get their fix of the artisanal chocolate. Truffle options include Milky Way, mimosa and Napoleon. Ingredients are sourced locally.

MoRoCo Chocolat

215 Madison Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 2S6

Moroco Chocolat prides themselves on handcrafting artisanal truffles, bars and chocolate sculptures. Inspired by French salon du chocolat, this spot offers truffles like caramel pecan, dulce de leche, mint, marzipan and more. Moroco Chocolat serves seasonal chocolates and the famous chocolate high heel shoes!

Sweet Olenka’s

225 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L4

Sweet Olenka’s has multiple locations across the city making it one of the most accessible chocolate spots in Toronto. The flavour profiles include lavender, hazelnut, caramel and more. All the truffles are made by master chocolatiers.

Soma Chocolate King St

443 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K4

Soma is the place to check out if you’re craving chocolate. All the chocolate truffles, bars and cookies are made in house. This spot always offers unique combinations like the Sparky, a truffle filled with hazelnut milk chocolate with a layer of pop rocks.

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