Stopped by for a late night dessert. First two things we tried to order thwy were out of or no longer carried but hadn't taken off the menu. Waitress said the flourless torte was good however neither of us cared for it and left it...More
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Bissinger's has been in St. Louis for some time. We sampled several truffles and ended up buying a large box because of the quality of the chocolate. The prices are similar to Godiva's, and frankly, the quality is very similar. Truffles are small for the...More
Had stopped going for a while because of inexperienced, incompetent staff under new ownership and a tacky and ugly (and uncomfortable) change in decor. It looks like a suburban woman's sunporch after her husband's new raise came in. Maybe they know their new market. The...More
This is a good place to stop for desert after having dinner or for a snack during the day. Their chocolates are not cheap....we just had a couple each. It's a small shop with an average selection of different chocolates.
Took the tour which included several chocolate tastes and a walk through their factory. Really enjoyed it and learned some things about chocolate that I didn't know. You need to get on their website to find out when there are tours, but it is worth...More
I eat a lot of chocolate and I got literally 2 small things here that were between $4-5 - I think that's a little overpriced for what you're getting. It wasn't fabulously better than anywhere else I've had chocolate, but if you don't mind spending...More
We went with friends. The place was crowded but we were waited on within 5 min or so. The chocolate looked good but the selection was a bit underwhelming. The price of what I wanted (salted chocolate Carmel) was $43.00 per pound. Needless to say...More