Artisan du Chocolat

89 Lower Sloane Street
Chelsea, London
Tel: 020 7824 8365 Sloane Square 0.2 miles

Artisan du Chocolat showcases the talents of Belgium-trained chocolatier Gerard Coleman. His ganache-filled chocolates are coveted by discerning chocoholics for their imaginative, distinctive flavourings: banana and thyme, red wine and tobacco, and green cardamom to name but a few. Great for an elegant, stylish egg at Easter or sculpted Christmas figures in finest chocolate.

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 by fabduchess, 13 May 2009
Friendly staff, and the most amazing chocolate. I thought it was impossible to improve chocolate by adding flavour to it, but L'Artisan's exceptional fusion bars made me reconsider. Usually I only eat pure chocolate bars, but I'll make an exception for L'Artisan any day.

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 by Mistedly, 03 May 2009
Wow, new shop in Selfridges is amazing. I sat down with a friend and had a hot chocolate and a cold cocoa pulp juice with a small plate of chocolates. Very very good indeed.

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 by sweetie23 (3 reviews), 21 Jan 2009
Copycat chocolates: stilettos, trees, mint chocolate, Marmite, salted caramels... A large selection of chocolates but lots of 'have been created by others from around the world'. Very disappointing.

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 by londongourmet (4 reviews), 25 Dec 2008
Disappointing and becoming too 'high street'. Not the nicest staff either - arrogance? Clifton Cakes make a far more exciting collection of chocolate shoes which I found on the website 'notonthehighstreet'.

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 by morrismaria (6 reviews), 20 Sep 2008
I am addicted to the liquid salted caramels since I had them at Claridges. Must try!

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 by kkofan, 05 Aug 2008
Boring French-style chocolates. Go to La Maison on Piccadilly for something a bit more interesting.

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 by manuela (5 reviews), 02 Aug 2008
Very regrettably past their sell-by-date. A bit too complacent in my view. What a shame.

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 by chelsea girl (11 reviews), 19 Jul 2008
Still good, but getting a little tired now and have been overtaken by both Demarquette and Melt. Maison is still for me London's number 1 though.

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 by rachelnewyork (4 reviews), 16 Feb 2008
The best chocolates in London. Doing their own conching has definitely improved an already superb chocolate. Staff helpful and knowledgeable.

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 by degoldring, 26 Jan 2008
The best chocolate I have ever had, and I found the staff incredibly helpful and friendly.

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 by benny, 19 Jan 2008
L'Artisan is definitely a fraction better than Demarque for the top two spots, even though Demarque say they have one hand-made step that Artisan do not. It would add to the shopping experience if the staff at Artisan were friendly.

Visiting all the best chocolate shops in the world, I unexpectedly just came across one that clearly exceeds Number One Artisan - Vasalissa in Buenos Aires. I am sure many will be surprised at that.

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 by petermoon, 14 Jan 2008
Fabulous chocolates and great service.

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 by daisysam, 08 Dec 2007
EXTREMELY rude staff.

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 by bobbywobbly, 28 Nov 2007
Glad they have now stopped making the weird flavors. Very good indeed but the snooty French shop staff spoil it a little.

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 by newyork (4 reviews), 26 May 2007
These chocolates are apparently the best around. I say 'apparently' because I ordered some for Christmas and they never arrived. Didn't stop them from taking my money though.

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 by slaterjn, 12 Mar 2007
The salted caramels are dangerously addictive!

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 by bam (8 reviews), 15 Feb 2007
Beauty, flavour, skill, originality - all are abundant in these chocolates, they knock the competition into the shade.

Some people I have given them to would weep and wail if I failed to buy them every year. So beware - shopping here will become a lifetime addiction. You won't scoff them quickly - they force you to savour them and make the experience last. Very impressive as gifts.

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 by cuppatea (3 reviews), 05 May 2006
Amazingly different chocs, superb quality and delicate, original flavours. Mint was a firm hit at our party!

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 by bobcat, 26 Feb 2006
These chocolates are a huge treat, to be eaten and enjoyed slowly and delicately. Worth every penny.

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 by vannie, 06 Nov 2005

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