The lovely Sandra handing out some Irish Milk Chocolate Coffee Beans, on a recent twilight chocolate walking tour in Sydney.
It is fantastic to discover a delightful shop that sells imported chocolate and other sweets in Sydney. The location that one has in mind is right near a popular waterfront area. Otherwise, there is always the Harrods London equivalent that sells the same. On that, where is the best imported chocolate shop in Sydney? Why is it so great? The range of treats available? Have you ever felt a little homesick living in Sydney, and all you want is some chocolate manufactured in your mother country? From personal experiences with the latter, a miracle occurs and you find it somewhere sweet - no pun intended. On the other hand, perhaps your favourite imported chocolate destination in Sydney provides outstanding customer service?
The Lindt cafe in Sydney CBD always gets me. They are now in Martin Place and George St too. It's the closest thing we can get here to those delicious thick hot chocolates they serve in Switzerland - the home of gorgeous chocolate. Lindt does such a range too, whether you want a block, a piece of cake, a macron or something ice creamy, or something with not much chocolate you will find it here, and the shop is always lovely to browse through. Just writing this is making me want to take a trip there!
Definitely The British Lolly Shop at Harbourside on Darling Harbour. The range of chocolate and sweets is so extensive, you can easily get lost here. The customer service here is brilliant. Love their dark chocolate ginger, as well as their milk chocolate raspberries. It is easy to think of my family and ancestry when tasting and buying the Irish chocolate treats here. Chocolate from the UK is not as sweet as it is here in Oz. Otherwise, I like the American chocolate at David Jones Food Hall - Market St in the City.