Below is a list of the top and leading Chocolate Shops in Perth. To help you find the best Chocolate Shops located near you in Perth, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Perth’s Best Chocolate Shops:
The top rated Chocolate Shops in Perth are:
- Gabriel Chocolate
- Fremantle Chocolate
- Whistler’s Chocolate Company
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Gabriel Chocolate is the premier chocolate shops in Western Australia to offer bean to bar chocolates. They have wide array of chocolate products that has different taste according to the type of cacao they import per country. Some of the well-known chocolates they have are Indonesian and Venezuelan chocolates. As they are the makers of the chocolates, they ensure that property procedures and apparatus are being used to create delightful and flavourful chocolates.
Gift Packs, Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, Drinking Chocolates, Nibs, & Cocoa
“Great for chocolate shopping, gifts and cafe relaxing. Right in the heart of bustling Fremantle, Gabriel Chocolate has an amazing range of inventive chocolates to choose from with tasting samples on offer daily. The friendly staff no how to do up a mean hot choccie too so make sure you stop in for a break.” – Adam Scott
Fremantle Chocolate is a chocolate company that is part of Margaret River Fudge Factory. It was established in 2002 and currently features their renowned variety of chocolates. As part of their environmental responsibility, their power supply and packaging are all coming from natural resources. Their power supply is from Alinta Gas and natural gas from Pinjarra. Their paper shopping bags are all bio-degradable as they want to conserve trees. With this factors, it is no wonder how Fremantle Chocolate can be a successful company that are well-loved by their customers at all ages.
Gift Hampers, Truffles & Pralines, Bars, Chocolate Coffee Beans, Deluxe Chocolate, Chocolate Boxes, Choc Coated Treats, Chocolate Buttons, Novelties, Traditional Lollies
“I was so glad to of spotted their store sign having the opportunity to sample their delectable worldly wares. I’m also thankful for the easy access parking and their thoughtful range is certainly globally competitive fròm the subtle Romanticist searching for those silky söft layers of well researched traditional combinations in various cocoa & caramel intensities to the well travelled fiery, exotic ‘perception broadening’, harmonious marriage of distant & locally proud produce. Recipes that compel me earnestly. Thank you for the innately helpful staff for providing this travelling foodïe, wíth the brïghter síde of life, a true celebration of one’s sensors, competitive prices.” – Adam Randall
Whistler’s Chocolate Company
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Whistler’s Chocolate Company is a family owned and operated company that has been in the industry for four decades. It is considered to be one of the oldest chocolate factories in Western Australia. With its years, it has been established its reputation to be a one-stop shop of all chocolate treats and premier shop perfect for chocolate lovers. With more than three generations, they still continue to preserve their recipes that brings happiness to anyone who eat their chocolates.
Think Rocky Road, Coconut Rough, Chocolate Liquorice, Chocolate Snakes, Handmade Honeycomb and Peanut Brittles
“Visited the shop/cafe at Swan Valley as well as the factory at Hubert St. Nice, warm, homely vibes, staff were friendly/helpful, got to meet the owner and his Son. Love that it’s a family business rather than commercial touristy. The coconut roughs, coffee beans, and pretzels were amazing – a must try! Kids have fond memories of the chocolate stadium filled with gummy bear spectators, which was on display at the cafe.” – Darryl Ong
Monica is an editor at Best in Australia, she analyses businesses and covers topics related to marketing and business.