Artisanal haute couture chocolates in Shanghai

Il Cioccolato

Il Cioccolato at The Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai is the only Bvlgari chocolate boutique in China, offering fine chocolate gems handcrafted by the Maitre Chocolatier at the Bvlgari workshop next door. To highlight the flavours of the ingredients, Bvlgari artisans use raw cocoa, which features nearly four times the antioxidants of regular dark chocolate and imparts delicious natural coffee notes.

Set on the ground floor adjacent to the Italian gardens, Il Cioccolato features striped mosaic chocolate-and-vanilla-coloured walls inspired by the first Bvlgari print advertisement from the 1920s. The ‘chocolate gem’ creations are displayed in glass jewel cases just like their gemstone counterparts and are available to discover, along with fresh homemade Italian gelato and mini cones.

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Location: 1/F, main hotel


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