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.
Venue Details & Map
30-32 Fouberts PlaceSohoLondonW1F 7PS
- +44 (0)20 7734 9713
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
The minute I walked in I felt overwhelmed, a little too overwhelmed with all the array of colors, assortment of chocolates and the pretty designs. I am convinced that this is what a portion of Wonka's factory must look like. I was so overwhelmed that it was a bit distracting and I didn't know where to start. Visually I didn't know where to start. It was semi busy inside, therefore, 10 minutes...more
In this case, its all in the name. Its chocolate'y, its wocky and, well...DOODAH!(as shouted by an infant raising a received lollypop in a triumphant gesture).
Don't expect a gourmet experience here, the whole vibe of the place screams of overflow and quantity over quality. Not to say that the sweets here are not good, they are alright - the emphasis here is just on something else, and it...more
Choccywooccydoodah do amazing show stopper looking cakes and I've always wanted to try a piece after browsing the shop many a time.
Finally I decided to take the plunge and head up to their cafe on the first floor. Unfortunately they did not taste as good as the cakes on their ground floor look.
We got the Guinness and chocolate cake which came with a dollop of icecream and drizzles of...more
My original review was a 5 so why the reduction you might ask.
1. I think on my first visit I was blown away by the whole initial experience and after watching it on TV it was good to see it in person.
2. Service this time wasn't great and the guy got my order wrong. When he got it right there was no spoon so I ended up eating my sundae with a fork as I didn't feel like I wanted to...more
Re-reviewing here after finally getting to try the Bar du Chocolat upstairs. I wanted to try the chocolate everything cake (five layers of chocolate cake with truffles) but they didn't have. I ordered the chocolate cake instead and a lemonade. I then chose to order a plumpie as well (a way better version of a teacake as it has salted caramel inside)
The cake unfortunately was a letdown. It...more