Louis Vuitton’s Chocolaterie Is Coming to SG This February
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LV’s Le Chocolat Maxime Frédéric Is Coming to Singapore This February

LV Chocolaterie Photo by Instagram/Maxime Frédéric

Sweet tooths, you have another spot to check out this month as the chocolaterie under luxury brand Louis Vuitton is making its way to Asia! Set to open in time for Valentine’s celebrations, Le Chocolat Maxime Frédéric is bringing luxurious goodness to Singapore all the way from France.

The chocolate atelier will be inside the Louis Vuitton boutique in Marina Bay Sands, featuring the creations of award-winning French pastry chef Maxime Frédéric. Chef Frédéric is known for using premium ingredients sourced from his birthplace, Normandy. One of the widely known ingredients he uses is hazelnut, which is grown and harvested from his own farm.

Currently, the offerings have not yet been unveiled, but you can expect a selection of chocolates with designs ranging from simple to intricate. You might also find chocolates inspired by the brand’s iconic pattern or a chocolate version of the Vivienne doll perched on an LV trunk with a turnkey.

Maxime Frédéric is a three-star pastry chef at Louis Vuitton’s Cheval Blanc in Paris and was recognized as the Gault & Millau Guide’s 2022 Pastry Chef of the Year.

Mark your calendars! Satisfy your sweet cravings and spoil yourself this Valentine’s Day at Le Chocolat Maxime Frédéric Singapore. Book an appointment here.

Location: Island Maison B1-38/39, 2 Bayfront Ave., 018972 Singapore, Singapore

Opening hours: Daily from 11 AM

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