Montréal chocolatiers deliver treats to your home

Mayssam Samaha

Mayssam Samaha is a food and travel writer and blogger and the founder behind the blog Will Travel for Food. She travels the world in search of the next culinary discovery. From Iceland to South Africa, she’s already visited over 30 countries and there’s nothing she enjoys more than wandering around a farmers’ market in a foreign city. She is also the founder of the SAISONS intimate dinner series highlighting Québec products and chefs.

This article was updated on January 13, 2021.

Montréal is a city filled with skillful food artisans and chocolate makers are no exception. Each one of these shops is run by a passionate artisan who excels at his or her art. We have no doubt that you’ll find a favourite among their many creations, from molded crispy bars to rich, decadent truffles or luscious, stuffed bonbons.

Note: Due to current public health directives, some businesses and attractions may be temporarily closed or may have reduced hours or services. We recommend that you call or visit their websites to get the most up-to-date information on the availability of online purchases. For more details on the current situation in Montréal, click here.

Divine Chocolatier

2158 Crescent Street | Website

For over two decades, chocolatier Richard Zwierzynski has specialized in the time-honoured traditions of classic chocolate-making by hand and in small batches to ensure freshness.

​​​​​​​Chocolats Privilège

1001 Fleury Street East (and other locations) | Website

Pralines, caramels, truffles, bars, ganache, spreads and more are all delicious at this most-loved store, especially the champagne truffles and the single-origin bonbons.

Lecavalier Petrone

2423 Centre Street (and other locations) | Website

These unique and gorgeous chocolates made by two young chocolate makers are so different from all other bonbons you’ll find around town. Each piece is a hand painted work of art with colourful specks, stripes and splatters. The chocolate is as delicious as they are pretty.

Chocolats Andrée

4440B Saint-Denis Street | Website

From bunnies and chickens to bears and dinosaurs, you'll find the perfect Easter chocolate treat for your little ones... and for yourself as well!

Joane L’Heureux Chocolats

5180 Beaubien Street East | Website

Although classic, these chocolates are made from the best ingredients and imbued with Joane L’Heureux’ 12 years of experience.

État de choc

6646 Saint-Laurent Blvd. | Member profileWebsite

This boutique highlights and sells chocolates from all of Québec’s bean-to-bar makers and works its chocolate into customized bars and bonbons. Its dark chocolate, corn and chilli pepper mini bar is particularly tasty.

Avanaa

309 Gounod Street (and other locations) | Website

Catherine, one of the only bean-to-bar chocolate makers in Montréal, makes in her tiny Villeray workshop, single-plantation chocolate bars.

Le Comptoir Chocolat

5530 Saint-Patrick Street, Suite 1126 | Website

Organic and fair-trade chocolate wrapped in gorgeous signature paper makes these products distinctively elegant and great for gifting.

Qantu

2000 Notre-Dame Street East - by appointment only (and other locations) | Website

Peruvian cocoa beans are used to make these incredibly delicious and award winning bean-to-bar chocolate bars that can also be found at a lot of stores around town.

Prana

430 Stinson Street (and other locations) | Website

Already well-known for their yummy organic snacks, Prana also offers fair trade and vegan chocolates that are prepared locally by a master chocolatier.

Mayssam Samaha

Mayssam Samaha is a food and travel writer and blogger and the founder behind the blog Will Travel for Food. She travels the world in search of the next culinary discovery. From Iceland to South Africa, she’s already visited over 30 countries and there’s nothing she enjoys more than wandering around a farmers’ market in a foreign city. She is also the founder of the SAISONS intimate dinner series highlighting Québec products and chefs.

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