To celebrate National Chocolate week (10th-16th October), and let’s be honest, why wouldn’t you want to celebrate, we have put together a London guide to all things chocolate. For the entire week you can unashamedly unleash your inner chocoholic without anyone judging you! Grab your partner and treat yourselves to a different chocolaty treat every day, but beware, these scrumptious options are only around for a limited time only!

London Guide To Chocolate Week | Muriel’s Kitchen

London Guide To Chocolate Week | Muriel’s Kitchen

Muriel’s Kitchen (Sites in Soho, Richmond and South Kensington)

Muriel’s Kitchen are offering diners a sumptuous Chocolate and Orange Lava Cake (£5.95) throughout National Chocolate Week. This insanely decadent pudding has a delicious oozing centre and is topped with a dusting of tangy orange sugar. Ask for two spoons and dive into chocolate heaven, or if you are feeling particularly greedy order one each! If you still haven’t had your chocolate fix, Muriel’s Chocolate Ice-cream Milkshake made with Oreos will be sure to put a giant chocolatey smile on your face.

For more information please visit http://www.murielskitchen.co.uk

London Guide To Chocolate Week | Cinnamon Club, The Old Westminster Library

London Guide To Chocolate Week | Cinnamon Club, The Old Westminster Library

Cinnamon Club, The Old Westminster Library

Vivek Singh, Executive Chef of The Cinnamon Club, has teamed up with chocolate extraordinaire Paul A Young to celebrate this year’s National Chocolate Week. Combining Paul’s decadent chocolate with Vivek’s spice expertise, the pair have crafted three curious truffles and an indulgent pudding. Representing a starter, main and dessert, the three unique truffles will take you on a cocoa taste adventure to remember. The first course is a sticky sweet Lime Pickle Caramel; the second is an intriguing Cumin & Almond Truffle; and the final course is a Paan Truffle, which reflects the paan leaves eaten at the end of traditional Indian meals. Diners can also indulge in a limited edition dessert of dark chocolate paan and caramel muri bar served with carrot halwa and clover ice cream.

For more information please visit http://cinnamonclub.com

London Guide To Chocolate Week | PAUL

London Guide To Chocolate Week | PAUL

PAUL

French family-run artisan bakery PAUL is challenging chocolate lovers to create the ultimate topping for the limited edition Cocoa Baguette (£1.95). Only available for Chocolate Week, pick up your moreish baguette and get creative to be in with the chance of winning a PAUL bread making masterclass for two people. Whether you go nuts with crushed almonds and walnuts, embrace decadence with salted caramel sauce or switch things up for an unexpected yet delicious savoury option, share your suggestions on Instagram to @paul_bakeryuk using #mycocoabaguette and the most creative design will win.

For more information please visit www.paul-uk.com

London Guide To Chocolate Week | Le Restaurant de PAUL Tower 42, Old Broad Street

London Guide To Chocolate Week | Le Restaurant de PAUL Tower 42, Old Broad Street

Le Restaurant de PAUL Tower 42, Old Broad Street

Located at the base of one of the City’s most iconic skycrapers, Le Restaurant de PAUL at Tower 42 will offer diners bottomless Mousse au Chocolat a Volonte (£6.50) throughout Chocolate Week. The ultimate after–dinner indulgence, enjoy as many luxurious servings of this rich pud as you like, whether catching up over dessert or stopping by with your partner to share with a bottle of Champagne.

For more information please visit www.paul-uk.com

 

London Guide To Chocolate Week | Brasserie Blanc

London Guide To Chocolate Week | Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc, 18 Locations across the UK

Pop into Brasserie Blanc for an Indulgent chocolate & almond torte accompanied with a scoop of fresh vanilla ice cream, crème Anglaise, and toasted almonds. The perfect after dinner treat, or after lunch, or after brunch, or after a snack…

For more information please visit http://brasserieblanc.com