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Maya Confectioners

High Street Phoenix  

  • +919920784607
  • Food Court, Level 1, PVR High, Street Phoenix , High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel, Mumbai
  • Chocolates
4.0

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Simply Delicious

The best chocolates i have tasted in India. equivalant to any chocolate in the world in taste design. Their packaging is unique and really good for gifting. A smile while you gift. Can't stay away from them.

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missyroti - Burrp User

missyroti

32 Reviews

December 17,2009

1.0

Rubbish!

The chocolates here are rubbish...call me a snob but i would prefer to stick to Godiva or even Patchi....i surely would even pick cadbury instead of these ridiculous brown squares called chocolate.
Bad after taste and absolutely not worth a single penny, they should try a course on "Making chocolate for Dummies"

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Diti Shah - Burrp User

Diti Shah

207 Reviews

November 13,2009

4.0

orange chocolate!

I've tasted maya's milk chocolate, white chocolate and orange flavoured chocolate. The first thing i'd like to mention is the shape. Its not out of the world, but it is chunky and cute (if shape matters at all...)
The chocolates taste delicious, even the basic milk chocolate has a distinctive flavour. The orange chocolate is mindblowing!
The stuff is expensive, thats why minus 1

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Maya have another?

And another, and another, and another...

It's all your fault, Burrp! You're to blame for my latest guilty addiction in Mumbai. And also the cause of me having to step up my cardio sessions too. However, I would never have found the best chocolate shop in India if you hadn't shown me the light via one of your fab goody bags :o)

I defy anyone who has a love affair with chocolate, which rivals Elizabeth Taylor's love affair of diamonds, not to fall head over heels for this new Belgian chocolate shop in Phoenix Mills.

I felt like Scott of the Antarctic when I was traversing all the malls trying to locate this place though. It's not on any signs or listed in any of the mall's store directories. So, head to the food court and keep walking - past the multiplex - and on your right, there at the end in red, is your shiny-new lover waiting for you with open arms (and only a small pot belly): Maya.

The Maya walla might have appreciated a little of the Antarctic weather - he was sans A/C, but still gave 110% in customer service. No! Wait, what am I saying?! The guy was evil. He played me like a cheap fiddle: "Have you tried ...?" "What about ...?" and "Do call up to check we have brownies in stock next time you're in the area. They are awesome!" The Maya walla should come with a government health warning: do not talk to this guy if you have no willpower. He's dangerous!

So, for anyone with adequate health insurance, gym membership and an elasticated girdle, visit this place and try at least one of everything. No, not all at once like me. Pace yourself people, please.

I'm heading back for brownies next time, once I have lost the latest flab, that is. In the meantime, you will find me at the gym working on my biceps so I can lug at least my own body weight in chocolate home next time I go shopping.

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5.0

Lets Gift Chocolates

Some of the best gift chocolates I have seen (and tasted in Mumbai). They come in all different sizes, shapes, and flavors. What more could you want from a chocolatier? This is one "sweet" place!

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