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LocalLove Delicacies Handmade in Brugge Chocolatier

Dominique Persoone, the man who runs The Chocolate Line, is a legend both at home and abroad. The Chocolate Line is 1 of the 3 chocolate shops that is mentioned in the Michelin guide. Dominique Persoone revealed his chocolate secrets on Njam and his book ’Cocoa the chocolate road’ won him the prestigious accolade of ‘Best Chocolate Book In The World 2009’. These are references that count. And there is more, this chocolatier taught The Rolling Stones to sniff chocolate with the Chocolate Shooter of his own design and delivered edible chocolate to Spencer Tunick who promptly clothed naked Bruges bodies with it. The chocolate lipstick, another of his own inventions, is a success and livens up a lot of dinner parties. But despite this high rock ’n roll content, The Chocolate Line naturally remains the address par excellence for gastronomic pralines. The business has acquired name and fame by working alongside the world's top chefs and delivers pralines to the Hof van Cleve and Oud Sluis, the top restaurants in Belgium and the Netherlands.

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Getting there

Simon Stevinplein 19, 8000 Brugge

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Nearest bus stop:
Sint-Salvatorskathedraal

Nearest station:
Station Brugge

Nearest parking:
Centrum-'t Zand car park

The Chocolate Line

Simon Stevinplein 19, 8000 Brugge

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Other facilities

Baby carriages allowed

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