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  • They have real food, you can order a large latte without beeing sneered at, and the pain au chocolat is not the best I have had, but it is in the top three.

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  • Mar 5th, 2010 at 4: 21 pm mkim1206: btw, hot chocolate from maison du chocolat is to die for. you will think you are in heaven … alleluia. as for chocolate, their is extemly velvety and smooth. .like a piece of heaven. .yumm … but a bit pricy so i will stick with Lindt dark chocolate bar with sea salt.

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  • The escargot chocolat-pistache, a snail-shaped pastry filled with chocolate and pistachio, will shatter the will of any dieter.

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  • The escargot chocolat-pistache, a snail-shaped pastry filled with chocolate and pistachio, will shatter the will of any dieter.

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  • The escargot chocolat-pistache, a snail-shaped pastry filled with chocolate and pistachio, will shatter the will of any dieter.

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  • All of their confections are crafted using an old-fashioned European-style process and generations-old family recipes from Spain and Italy to create the magical blends of "chocolat" in the finest European tradition.www. bodegachocolates.com

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  • also, they call the cafe "chocolat", but the patrons aren't chocolat at all. call it "cafe vanill", barnes and noble. and put some other ethnicities up there before somebody sues you.

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  • also, they call the cafe "chocolat", but the patrons aren't chocolat at all. call it "cafe vanill", barnes and noble. and put some other ethnicities up there before somebody sues you.

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  • (simply called "chocolat" and très popular in winter).

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  • In the office I googled ‘pain au chocolate’ and instead of receiving the usual error – ‘Did you mean “pain au chocolat”?’

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