This Confectionery in Nagoya Sells Bitter Chocolate Ice Cream and Other Sweet Delights

They use carefully selected ingredients in making the pastries.

HUGO & VICTOR Takashimaya Gate Tower Mall Branch
2/F Takashimaya Gate Tower Mall, 1-1-3 Meieki, Nakamura District, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
Contact: +81-52-566-6203
Open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

HUGO & VICTOR is a popular brand that was launched in Paris in 2010. It was inspired by art and culture, and makes use of carefully selected ingredients for their sweets. Many of its branches have opened around the world like in Korea and Dubai.

In Japan, its first branch opened in October of 2015. There are a total of five shops scattered within the Tokyo area, one of which is at
Omotesando Hills. In addition to this, a new branch opened at the Takashimaya Gate Tower Mall last August 2018, which is considered the brand’s first branch in the Tokai area.

In the shop’s six-seater eating space, you’ll be able to enjoy financiers that are said to be the best in Paris, cakes, chocolates, ice cream, and smoothies.

The exterior of HUGO & VICTOR

The sweets brand is considered the most modern patisserie and chocolaterie in Paris, since it transforms classical recipes into revolutionary designs.

We highly recommend that you try these cute and dainty fresh cakes.

The store’s showcases are filled with various chocolates and baked sweets.

Limited Financier Fig

Limited Financier Fig (¥432/piece) makes use of figs that were produced in the Aichi Prefecture. Its soft, moist texture and light sweetness are some of the reasons why it was chosen as the “best financier in Paris” in Figaro Magazine. The figs, which serve as accents, will make you want to eat more of these confections.

Tart Tonka

Tart Tonka (¥756/ piece) is a chocolate tart sprinkled with golden foils on top. It has a rich and slightly bitter taste and has a sweet aroma from the Tonka beans used. The balance of flavors created by the bottom tart combined with the smooth chocolate on top is perfect.

You can enjoy a macaron on top of your Bitter Chocolate Ice Cream for ¥648.

Bitter Chocolate Ice Cream (¥540) has a rich, bitter taste. People who do not like sweet things will most definitely enjoy this ice cream.

Besides the products that were introduced in this article, there are many other delicious cakes and chocolates available at the shop.

Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Tokai Walker™ (29 August 2018)

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