Choccywoccydoodah is a magical chocolate shop in the heart of London.
The shop's talented artists are real life Willy Wonkas and can transform chocolate into the most amazing shapes. Check out the chocolate menagerie which includes kittens, puppies, snails, birds, dinosaurs and frogs.
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Venue Details & Map
30-32 Fouberts PlaceSohoLondonW1F 7PS
- +44 (0)20 7734 9713
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Great cakes. Make sure you go with someone. You'll need someone to share the large portions withmore
Och what a shame. I was really looking forward to bringing my bf here for a hot chocolate and cake in their upstairs cafe but we found that it just didn't compare to all the hype!
I was expecting to queue a while as you can't book and on previous visits to stare at their amazing chocolate displays there has been such a queue. We must have timed it right as we only had to wait a few minutes. I...more
The flagship store is the sister of the Brighton shop and is decorated in the same extravagant style.
Once in the shop you are greeted by an ever changing and over the top display of their fabulous chocolate creations. Aside from the cakes there are a feast of chocolate treats to buy in the shop - my favourite is the chocolate popcorn lollipops.
Upstairs is the cafe where you can treat...more
This is my favourite place in the whole of London!
I love chocolate and I have a huge appetite, and I cannot stand restaurants that give you small portions of cake. You can never have enough cake in your life!
At Chocccywoccydoodah, you can have hot white, milk and dark chocolate sauce poured over your chocolate cake that is filled with chocolate cream and coated in a chocolate topping.
A chocolate lovers nirvana. I dropped in to pick up some slabs of chocolate to bring home for the chocoholic in my life which worked out at 27 euro.
The inside is quirky as are the staff but they are friendly and attentive. I went up to the cafe area and enjoyed a sundae while overlooking the street. A most enjoyable stop on a whistle stop tour.more