Brussel’s central square – the Grand Sablon – is also the hub for the city’s chocolatiers. Indeed, it has no fewer than eight chocolatiers packed into its narrow streets. For a tourist on foot bent on finding great chocolate, wandering the Grand Sablon is like shooting chocolate fish in a chocolate barrel. Which brings us to Alex & Alex.
They don’t make their chocolate on site. However. They serve flights of champagne and chocolate pairings. Alex and other Alex have the right priorities.
Are you kidding? Also, this could be dangerous.
Shut. The Front. Door.
Bottles in a board. I don’t really know why. But on the other hand, why not?
The sign kind of says it all.
My namesake. So proud.
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