Top spots for chocoholics in London

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21 March 2017 | Location

When the craving for chocolate strikes, indulge in a sweet treat with these must-visit chocolate venues in the capital.

 

The Chocolate Museum

Located in Brixton, The Chocolate Museum holds drop-in chocolate workshops where you can create your own sweets from scratch in just 30 minutes.

Special events are also held at the museum for children, or why not treat Mum to a chocolate workshop session this Mother's Day?

How to get there: A 3-minute walk from Brixton station (Victoria line).

Melt

Melt has been producing luxurious sweet treats for over a decade and creates a mind-blowing range of varities of chocolate to suit all tastes. 

With shops in both Notting Hill and Holland Park, plus a delivery service available, you'll never be far away from Melt's world-class chocolatiers.

How to get there: An 8-minute walk from Notting Hill station (Central, Circle/District lines) or a 2-minute walk from Holland Park station (Central line).

 

Dark Sugars

Serving rich, vibrant chocolate with influences from Africa and South America, Dark Sugars offers something different to its buyers.

So pay a visit to Brick Lane to sample the store's quality chocolate "without pretension".

How to get there: A 4-minute walk from Shoreditch High Street station (Overground).

Paul A Young

You'll find Paul A Young's award-winning truffles, chocolates and brownies served at stores in Soho, Islington and Bank.

Chocoholics can even subscribe to Paul's Chocolate Club to receive chocolates delivered to their doors each month.

How to get there: A 7-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road station (Central and Northern lines)
A 5-minute walk from Angel station (Northern line) 
A 2-minute walk from Bank station (Central, Northern and Waterloo & City lines, DLR)

 

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