Where to buy good confectionary chocolates


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blowblue

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do you guys know any place where they sell nice chocolates in singapore...i dont want a ridiculously over-priced chocolates just because of their packaging...i want nice tasty choco! Thanx
 

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I dun really know confectionary chocolates...But I am a fan of Meiji Chocolates...black, strawberry...yum yum...
 

sORe-EyEz

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depends on wad quality u looking for? i sure dun mind Lindts in modest paper+fold packaging.

i do remember Mustafa Shopping centre always having a wide selection of chocs banded together. ;p
 

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depends on wad quality u looking for? i sure dun mind Lindts in modest paper+fold packaging.

i do remember Mustafa Shopping centre always having a wide selection of chocs banded together. ;p

same... I like Lindts too..

hey, when going for the nite shoots again? can be a chocolate and shooting nite ..:bsmilie:
 

klm

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you can try katong mall at level 3
the chocos are nice n beautiful , slightly sweet

if i m not wrong, they juz open one stall at the central .. ;)
 

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do you guys know any place where they sell nice chocolates in singapore...i dont want a ridiculously over-priced chocolates just because of their packaging...i want nice tasty choco! Thanx
How about Royce chocolates? They aren't really expensive but I find them tasty, ain't too fanciful in packaging too. Just my opinion :)
 

sORe-EyEz

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mayb TS should state a budget? cos chocolate could cost quite abit as more recommendation comes along... :gbounce:
 

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Depends on what you consider 'tasty' or 'quality'.

For the budget but taste conscious, I recommend Lindt. Believe it or not, the good old Cadbury or Belgian chocs also can.

The esoteric chocs like Godiva is like high-end equipment - it's a mtter of diminishing returns.
 

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There is something wrong with the sentence "where can I buy nice chocolates in Singapore?"

Perhaps it should be "would anyone going to Europe bring me back some nice unmelted chocolates?" ;) Okay lah - am a bit snobbish - but so far every time I've eaten chocolate in Singapore it melts in my hands (M & Ms did not take climate change into consideration), have had to lick it out of the foil (lindts), got it stuck in my hair (cadburys) and it tastes sickly sweet (unknown) - where got nice?

However, I do recommend a milo sandwich! ;p
 

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There is something wrong with the sentence "where can I buy nice chocolates in Singapore?"

Perhaps it should be "would anyone going to Europe bring me back some nice unmelted chocolates?" ;) Okay lah - am a bit snobbish - but so far every time I've eaten chocolate in Singapore it melts in my hands (M & Ms did not take climate change into consideration), have had to lick it out of the foil (lindts), got it stuck in my hair (cadburys) and it tastes sickly sweet (unknown) - where got nice?

However, I do recommend a milo sandwich! ;p
1 word - freezer. :bsmilie:
 

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