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Chocolate is food right?

So, in researching for our November trip I was reading several foodie blogs about chocolate and specifically those in/around Lyon. One place mentioned was Bernard Dufour. I've searched online for a website for more information (like an exact location) but only find a Bernard Dufoux. I'm guessing they are not the same place, but any help would be appreciated!

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  1. it's "les Chocolats Bernard Dufoux"... x is correct

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    1. re: Parnassien

      Thanks! In the past when I've had one or two letters different it usually is the same, but not always (esp with proper names).

    2. this what i googled.. chocolate lyon france
      came back with about 12 places
      and links to the sites...and google maps...

      Places for chocolate near Lyon, France
      Voisin Maisons L
      - 5 reviews - Place page
      www.chocolat-voisin.com - 28 Rue République, Lyon - 04 78 37 55 61
      Bernachon
      - 192 reviews - Place page
      www.bernachon.com - 42 Cours Franklin Roosevelt, Lyon - 04 78 52 23 65
      Violette & Berlingot
      - 47 reviews - Place page
      www.violette-berlingot.com - 63 Rue Mercière, Lyon - 04 72 40 97 49
      Elégance Chocolat
      - 2 reviews - Place page
      www.elegance-chocolat.com - 52 Passage Argue, Lyon - 09 79 09 41 15
      Les Chocolats Bernard Dufoux
      - 2 reviews - Place page
      www.chocolatsdufoux.com - 15 Rue Archers, Lyon - 04 72 77 57 95
      Chocolat Weiss
      - 2 reviews - Place page
      www.chocolat-weiss.fr - 50 Rue de Brest, Lyon - 04 78 42 86 98
      Richart
      - 7 reviews - Place page
      www.chocolats-richart.com - 1 Rue Plat, Lyon - 04 78 37 38 55

      plus some more

      and yes chocolate is a food.....

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      1. re: srsone

        Thank you for the input. Sorry if I wasn't clear. I had already searched & my question was more about the "r" which I'd seen used in reviews and the "x" used when I searched for more information. There is one on your list I hadn't considered, so again thanks!

        1. re: DaTulip

          ahh..ok

          i understand now..thought u were having trouble googling....

          1. re: DaTulip

            From srsone's list, l hope Bernachon is on yours

            1. re: Delucacheesemonger

              It is a short list as it will only be a day trip, but planing to go to Bernachon (my #1 pick actually!), Dufour/Dufoux, and Weiss. I'm also planning a stop in Paris at L'Etoile d'Or mainly for the Henri le Roux caramels, but I know she carries Bernachon too.

              Thanks for the tips!

              1. re: DaTulip

                Ms Akibo carries the Bernachon bars but not the odd and smaller candies. That said, she is so wonderful so is a must.

                1. re: DaTulip

                  The Pate d'Amande Pistache and the Kalouga are absolutely unmissable!!!

                  1. re: prashant

                    Now noted in my book. Thanks much! The little dark choco rounds with the gold flecks I saw on their website also look yummy.

            2. re: srsone

              imho, Bernachon's chocolates are head and shoulders above any others I've eaten. (and I've had lots of great chocolate.

              1. re: ChefJune

                Some opinions here of folks I respect highly! We'll definately make the Bernachon stop. Any insights on what's not to be missed in their non-bar choco selections?

                1. re: DaTulip

                  My dad would've killed for their truffles. I have to say they're my favorites.