Best hot chocolate in Paris: the 14th and 15th arrondissements
Of course, this neighborhood also hides some of the best hot chocolate in Paris – ideal for a pit-stop after a walk along the Rive Gauche. Allons-y!
Pierre Hermé is the heir to four generations of bakers and pastry chefs, so it comes as no surprise that he is considered one of the best pastry chefs in the capital. French Vogue even called him the “Picasso of Pastry”.
Need we say that his hot chocolate is a delight?Pierre Hermé
185 Rue de Vaugirard, 75015 Paris
We bet that cacao addicts will immediately fall in love with this little hot chocolate shop. We also bet they will drink their creamy, organic hot chocolate in a gulp.
And in case that wasn’t enough, Chocolatitudes also make a sensational ice chocolate – perfect for the summer.
What more can we ask for?Chocolatitudes
57 rue Daguerre, 75014 Paris
Métro: Gaîté or Raspail
Once again Amorino makes the cut: their thick, decadent hot chocolate is just divine.
In the warmer months we could be tempted to some of their world famous gelato, but we can never say no to a chocolat chaud.Amorino
17 rue Daguerre, 75 014 Paris
Take two smiling and chatty friends, add charming vintage decorations and finish with a welcoming atmosphere. Combine all these things and you’ll get the perfect spot to sip a hot chocolate. But not just any! At Les Pipelettes, the drink is served in a large bowl of warm milk in which you melt a big chunk of chocolate.
Don’t forget their brunches on Sundays. They’re exquisite!Les Pipelettes
31 rue Brezin, 75 014 Paris
Have you tried any of these hot chocolate spots? Or do you have any of your own to add to our list? Add your comments and suggestions below!
1. Cup-o-hot-Chocolate, by Suzanne Marije Cornelissen, via Flickr.
2. Pierre Hermé, by Xia V., via Yelp.
3. Chocolatitude, via Yelp.
4. Amorino, Paris, by James Wang, via Flickr.
5. Les Pipettes, by Audrey H., via Yelp.