Unlimited Delicious is a shop where housemade food goodies are sold.
It's a wide range from chocolats up to Ice cream and pastries.
The shop offers workshops from 10 to 70 Euro (bon bon / pastry workshop).
There is a very small seating area for having a bite and a drink.
You just have to explore this shop.
Mo-Sa: 9AM - 6PM
What to buy: Some great food!
There are two Leonidas Chocolate shops in Amsterdam, this is the most central.
The shop was up to the usual high standard for this chain, immaculate and with pleasant staff.
What to buy: Having been a patron of these chocolates for several years, I can highly recommend them. They are our favourite, and are made with fresh cream, so do need keeping in a cool place and need to be eaten within a couple of weeks (not normally a problem!).
What to pay: Bought 2 boxes, which cost E10.5 per 500g box.
The best place we found to buy chocolate. Their cappiccino cups are awesome. We also got candy cigarettes for the grand kids. I never seem to buy enough of this candy when I am there.
What to buy: This is the best place to buy chocolate.
What to pay: As much as you want depending on how much candy you want.
If you are looking for a different chocolate experience than this is the place. I must admit that I love the chocolate shops in Brugge the best and even in Amsterdam I usually go to the Australian ice cream place to get chocolates (and ice cream), but sometimes I am in the mood for something a bit different or a bit more luxurious, hence I go to Puccini. You can buy prepackage, but fresh chocolates such as chocolate covered orange peels or chocolate covered cookies or you can pick your own from a large selection on the table in the middle of the store. I just tried the paprika chocolate and loved it. The tamarind, the cranberry and the rasberry were also delicious. Don't expect any free sample though. The store also has several books on chocolate and cookbooks.
What to pay: Anywhere from $5 for a small package of chocolate covered cookies to $10 for a small box of chocolates to....
Pompadour in one of the nine streets is my favourite place for chocolate (and cake). Have a nice coffee with croissant for breakfast or have one of the finest small cakes. I like the one with passion-fruit best.
What to buy: Chocolate 85% cacao, Passion-fruit cake
What to pay: from Euro 3,--
We had not consulted Trip Advisor when we booked a 7 hour layover in Amsterdam on our way to Berlin, so we were extraordinarily lucky to have happened upon this shop while wandering around. The presentation of the chocolates is artful. The execution of the chocolates is brave/clever/brilliant - I wasn't sure what to expect when I picked out a thyme chocolate, but was more than pleasantly surprised by the combination. The ingredients are all natural - purportedly sugar and butter free.
What to buy: Had I more time, and more euros, I would have tried more just for pure scientific interest - rhubarb, lemongrass, pepper, anise, plum, gin... I could go on.
What to pay: It's worth whatever they demand, honestly.
We didnt go inside but the look from outside was simply delicious!!
Imagine several women drooling in front of this window all moaning about diets.
What to buy: Choclates or bonbon
What to pay: About 4 euro for 100 gram.
A small shop with a counter and on it .... chocolates!! they looked lovely and sure were delicious .... a long queue!
What to buy: Surprise: chocolates!
What to pay: Not so unexpected : a lot!
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