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Chocolates, Chocolates, Chocolates


The Hungarian gourmets have a new addition to their choice of places to enjoy. Lyan Chocolate had just opened its doors in the 9th district and what an array of mouthwatering treats they have inside those doors.

Just in time for Christmas there are delectable almond treats for the tree in the traditional Hungarian wrappers.


There are sliced and formed fudge, individually wrapped chocolates from Belgium, Italy and Germany. Chocolates made on the premises by hand, hot chocolate on the stick in a variety of flavors such as orange, chili and Irish whiskey to name just a few. Boxed chocolates or chocolates sold by weight, individually wrapped or without Lyan's has it.


There are chocolate pastilles for a chocolate fountain, cosmetic use or home baking - along with almond paste sold in blocks.

With the types of treats and its many varieties there is bound to be several for everyone on your gift list - if you manage to part with any of them, that is.


Whether you want to sin alone or with friends, do come in for a visit soon. Your eyes, nose and mouth will be in for a treat.

LYAN KFT. - The Sweets Store
1092 Budapest
Kinizsi u. 11.
06-1-217-0472 e-mail: lyan@edessegdiszkont.hu Lyan.hu

Hours: Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.



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Chill the milk and let's begin.