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The Best Chocolate Shops in Sydney to Get Your Sweet Treat Fix

Calling all chocoholics! These are the best Sydney chocolate shops you need to try.

Packaged blocks of chocolate surrounded by scattered pieces of chocolate
Koko Black

Chocolate. It’s one of life’s simplest pleasures, and when it’s good, it’s really good. The quality of chocolate varies wildly, which is why it’s best to go straight to the source: a chocolatier. Luckily for chocoholics, Sydney is home to a number of them who are artfully skilled in turning the humble cocoa bean into a bar of chocolate, truffle, praline or beautiful bark – did someone say afternoon tea? 

Indulge yourself this weekend with zero guilt at these seriously decadent spots. From silky truffles to artisanal bars, we've rounded up all the best chocolate shops in Sydney that you need to know. So, gear up for a cocoa adventure, because life's too short for mediocre chocolate.

A variety of truffles and artisan chocolates lined up.
Josophan's Fine Chocolate

Josophan’s Fine Chocolate

Planning a Blue Mountains road trip? Make a pit stop to treat your sweet tooth at Josophan’s in Leura. It's a charming chocolate haven where the staff don white coats and gloves, boxing up your goodies in glossy white boxes with satin bows. Beyond the aesthetics, Josophan’s is serious about chocolate, crafting Fair Trade-certified, handmade delights since 2005. 

Under Jodie Van Der Velden's guidance, Josophan's Fine Chocolates churns out delicious chocolates with unique flavours: strawberry & balsamic, honey & lavender, and even mango & chili. Of course, they've perfected the classics, too. We won't blame you if you could finish an entire box of their famous truffles!

187-197 Leura Mall, Leura

An array of Pana chocolates displayed on a marble slab.
Pana Chocolate

Pana Chocolate

Chocoholics can savour a different kind of cocoa experience at Pana Chocolate. This shop flips the script on chocolate, offering raw, dairy-, gluten-, and sugar-free sweets that are anything but ordinary. Pana Chocolate has become a health food sensation, converting even the most dedicated chocoholics with their guilt-free indulgences. The brainchild of a visionary artisan, Pana Organic was born out of Pana Barbounis' love for healthy living and an obsession with artisan crafts. 

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Rows of truffles of varying colour and design lined up.
Koko Black

Koko Black

When the renowned Melbourne chocolatier, Koko Black, unwrapped its first Sydney store, locals knew a treat was in store. Koko Black's mantra weaves together the allure of romance, mystery, and a 'wow factor,' promising a chocolate experience that engages all the senses. Established in 2003, Koko Black has quickly become one of Sydney's best chocolate shops, introducing premium, distinctly Australian chocolate that transcends a mere cocoa hit—it's a delectable form of magic. Their journey from Melbourne to Sydney is a testament to a commitment to transforming chocolate into an art form, delivering an experience that is as uniquely Australian as it is delicious.

Queen Victoria Building and The Strand Arcade, Sydney CBD

A segmented chocolate box filled with an assortment of truffles.
Adora Handmade Chocolates

Adora Handmade Chocolates

Adora Handmade Chocolates, a family-run haven, beckons with a vibrant array of handmade delights. Their display cabinets are a sight to behold, showcasing chocolate lollipops, hazelnut clusters, coffee truffles, and 'macadamia pyramids' – each crafted from the finest Belgian Callebaut. Since '93, the dynamic duo of Tina Angelidis and Katerina Stavropoulos have turned Adora into one of the best chocolate shops in Sydney. With eight unique outlets across the city and a chocolate-making hub in the inner west, Adora is a chocolate lover's paradise, where community, comfort, and irresistible treats collide in delicious harmony.

Multiple locations 

A close up of a selection of chocolate truffles.
Haigh's

Haigh’s

In the heart of Sydney, Haigh's Chocolate is the go-to for those craving a sweet escape. With Victorian-inspired shops at The Strand, Queen Victoria Building, and Chatswood Chase, Haigh's caters to every chocolate whim. Their milk chocolate pandas and dark chocolate peppermint creams are flying off the shelves, as is their native Australian flavour collection with treats like wattle seed toffee crunch. Established in 1915, Haigh's isn't just a chocolate shop; it's an Australian institution. Run by the fourth generation of the Haigh's family, Alister and Simon, this is truly one of the best chocolate shops in Sydney.

Multiple locations 

A selection of hand painted chocolates
Kakawa

Kakawa

Kakawa—one of the best chocolate shops in Sydney—is a creation of Jinsun Kim, a chocolate maestro with a knack for the unexpected. Having honed his craft under a Swiss-trained chocolatier, Kim infuses Kakawa with creativity. This chocolate haven, doubling as a real-life chocolate factory, crafts everything from silky truffles to dark chocolate-coated honeycomb, all made from scratch. Kakawa's offerings extend beyond the ordinary, featuring delights like champagne-infused chocolate or caramelised olive surprises. Kim's journey from South Korea to Sydney brings a touch of international flair to this local favourite, making Kakawa a standout in Sydney's chocolate scene.

147 William Street, Darlinghurst

Multiple chocolate truffles in a collage-like array
Belle Fleur

Belle Fleur

Belle Fleur ranks high among the best chocolate shops, which is a testament to their decades of expertise. Their handcrafted chocolates are a feast for the eyes, almost too pretty to devour. If you're after an adults-only treat, indulge in the Pinot Noir chocolate – shaped like a cork, boasting a dark chocolate casing and a red wine ganache. Alternatively, savour the Red Velvet, featuring milk chocolate and a creamy beetroot ganache. With Belgian chocolate at the core and a legacy dating back to 1986, Belle Fleur offers a delightful and sophisticated chocolate experience in the heart of Sydney.

Maroubra, Mosman, Petersham & Rozelle

Venchi 

Indulge your sweet tooth at Venchi, a gem among Sydney's best chocolate shops with a heritage dating back to 1878. Founded by chocolate enthusiast Silviano Venchi, the brand's journey from a small Turin apartment to Sydney now presents locals with a delightful range of Italian chocolates and gelato. From the crisp Chocoviar granules to the burst of flavours in the Cremino layers, every bite is an Italian delight. Don't sleep on their Gianduiotto, with its intense hazelnut-chocolate blend, and their Nougatine concoction that's been a global favourite for over 100 years—both showcase Venchi's commitment to tradition. Their first boutique in Australia will have you swooning with over 350 chocolate recipes and 90 gelato flavours to choose from.

RG014, The Galeries, 500 George Street, Sydney

Chocolates of varying size, shape and colour.
Perfection Chocolates

Perfection Chocolates

In the heart of Sydney's best chocolate shops lies a cherished gem: Perfection Chocolates. Their boutique in Rose Bay, a local institution since 1938, is a haven for those seeking "perfected joy." Here, the Kapos family has set up base to make chocolates that seamlessly blends their European heritage with modern innovation. Locally sourced cream, pure honey extract, and the finest imported chocolate converge in their handcrafted delights. Spearheaded by Spiro and Mary Kapos since the 1970s, Perfection Chocolates is not just a purveyor of sweets; it's a custodian of tradition and sophistication.

700 New South Head Road, Rose Bay

A pink background with five domed pastel truffles lined up, each showing a cross section.
COCO88 (coco88au)

COCO88

COCO88 started as a family venture and unfolded into a sweet story. Carole Bertuccio, once a corporate powerhouse, switched gears in 2018, embracing her passion for crafting exquisite sweets. Despite no prior confectionery experience, she immersed herself in courses with renowned chefs. COCO88 was born, not just as a chocolate shop but a memory-maker, curating moments that make you smile. From the Salted Caramel Sablé to the Chocolate Coated Red Frogs, each piece is a journey of emotions. So, if you’re on the hunt for the best chocolate shops in Sydney, COCO88 should be your next delightful stop.

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