This shop is small and almost looks temporary. There are two shop fronts, one you can peek through the window and see the chocolates being made and in the second you walk in to where the chocolates and macarons are housed in glass cabinets. There is a selection of about 16 chocolates and a similar number of macarons.
With a Japanese influence from the owner, there are a few tea infused treats. The best one I tried was a passionfruit truffle.
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