The best week in London for those with a sweet tooth, bar none. Yes London Chocolate Week is back again and we've picked out the most delicious things to try over the coming seven days.
You might mainly know Alain Ducasse for his three-Michelin-starred restaurant in London (and many more in Paris) but the man also has his own Chocolate enterprise. Until now, the chocs have only been available in Paris or from the Bulgari hotel in Knightsbridge - as well as the Eurostar departure lounge at Gare du Nord - and now it's coming to London.
It's not straying too far from the London
Eating chocolate at any time is a pleasurable experience. But eating chocolate and doing good at the same time is way better. So we're hugely behind the return of Chocs for Chance - a charity auction co-founded by Fred Sirieix of First Dates fame (and also General Manager at Galvin at Windows restaurant).
The idea is simple. Top chefs create some amazing boxes of chocolates. They're raffled in an online auction and the proceeds go to Galvin’s Chance, a charity
If you’re the kind of person quietly rejoices when that time of year finally comes around where it’s socially acceptable to scoff one Creme Egg (minimum) after your lunch, then you’ll definitely be wanting to get down to Old Street’s Creme Egg Camp pop-up.
Inside, you’ll be able to get your sticky hands on sugary concoctions like a Creme Egg Toastie, Creme Egg cookies, a Creme Egg ‘Fongoo’ with
To celebrate Chocolate Week, we've rounded up some of the best chocolate puddings you can find in restaurants around town.