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Easter creations available at new Chocolate Shop outlet in BKK1

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A new branch of The Chocolate Shop is offering Easter creations on Street 63 between Streets 322 and 332, according to owner Griet Lorre.

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The new Chocolate Shop on Street 63 Photos supplied by the chocolate shop.

“We have lots of eggs and cut animals in all sizes,” she said.

“Our product range costs from $1.75 for a small cute bunny to $34 for the big decorated filled eggs and our praline gift boxes range in price from $5 to $30,” she said.

Because the main branch of The Chocolate Shop on Street 240 is being renovated, Griet says customers are asked to discover the new shop on street 63.

Griet also owns The Shop on Street 240 as well as in Tuol Kork, where she says hot cross buns, nest mousses and delicate cookies are being created for Easter by the girls in the bakery.

“Of course Easter is all about beautiful packaging in bright yellow, green and orange colours,” she said. “This Easter we wrap everything in our distinctive Shop style to make tasteful and attractive gifts.”

Because The Chocolate Shop on street 240 is closed for renovations, the full Easter selection is on display at the new shop on Street 63 where Lorre says people can see The Chocolate Shop’s new and improved production area and participate in free tastings and gifts.

Lorre also invites customers to enjoy Easter brunch at The Shop.

“We have everything to make your Easter breakfast or brunch the real one,” she said. The Shop and The Chocolate Shop have these websites: www.theshop-cambodia.com and www.chocolate-cambodia.com

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