If Crème brûlée bon bons topped with chocolate ganache makes your mouth water, then allow us to introduce you to the best little chocolatier in town. Using fresh seasonal ingredients, chocolate truffles and French macarons are hand-made daily on premises in a wide variety of specialty flavors. These tasty confections are made without preservatives, added flavors or extracts, resulting in flavors that are remarkably subtle on the palate. Chocolates and bon bons are presented in temperature controlled displays, guaranteeing the freshness of every piece. Passionate about her craft, owner and chocolatier, Kee Ling Tong masters fine chocolate making with her own two hands using traditional and innovative recipes. Her lemon basil, Thai chili, pignoli and dark chocolate ganache with smoked salt are melt-in-your-mouth masterpieces.
Written by Sabrina Tate
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Established in: 2002
Monday - Friday: 10a.m. to 7p.m. | Saturday: 11a.m. to 7p.m. | Sunday: 11a.m. to 6p.m.
special Hours + Information
To place orders for pickup in our Midtown location, please call 212 334-3284. Our Midtown location hours are Monday to Friday from 11:00am to 5:30pm.
Kitchen & Café
315 West 39th Street
New York, NY 10018
Area: Hell's Kitchen
452 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10018
Chocolates, bon-bons and macaroons hand-made daily in small quantities on the premises.
Chocolates are best when eaten within two to seven days, stored at the same temperature as fine wine.
R,W, C & E
subway walking directions
R & W: Exit at Prince Street. Walk down Broadway (1 block south). Make a right on Spring street (5 blocks west). Take a left on Thompson Street (1/2 block South). Located on the left side of Thompson Street.
C & E trains: walk 2 blocks East on Spring Street; make a right down Thompson Street; Kees is located on the left side of Thompson Street.