Hotel Chocolat are a small chain of chocolatiers selling high quality handmade chocolates.
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Hotel Chocolat Roast & Conch
4 Monmouth StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2H 9HB
- +44 (0)20 7209 0659
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
There was literally chocolate of all forms, shapes, sizes & darkness for the taking in this adorable little boutique. Service was prompt and professional. The employees offered their expertise at the counter, espresso bar and outside at the entrance with delicious samples. I went with a dark chocolate assortment containing ginger. This was a very nice experience to...more
Like Homer Simpson's chocolate dream where everything, including the dog, is made out of chocolate this shop came close. It's called a chocolate hotel which is appropriate since chocolate has always had a home in my heart. Even if your stomach feels as though there's no vacancy, there's always room for chocolate. The staff at the store will be more than happy to check you in at their house of...more
This is solely for the friendly service and free iced frappe I received from here a few weeks back.
Hotel Chocolat is overpriced but granted their chocolates are innovative and tasty. You can't go wrong with a box for birthday, Christmas or thank you gifts. Buying for yourself as a sweet treat however - well you've got more money than sense.
This branch also has a cafe which sells brownies...more
Cafe within the boutique chocolate shop, this place whips up hot and cold bevvies with a hearty chocolate base, and of course, your standard espresso-based coffees. They no longer offer any pastries for purchase, only packaged brownies or flapjacks, and of course, the selection of chocolates that you can break open while enjoying your drink. The hot chocolates are killer, and taste almost as...more
Man I love this place, it's all things chocolate. And it's all crazy good! From your quick fix 70% bags of chocolate buttons, to cocoa gin! There is a whole wall of 'pick and mix' packs, at around £3.50 each, be bold and try a few of the stranger ones (lemon caramel is a favourite of mine.)
The cafe part isn't really much of a cafe, as it has very minimal seating and often gets crowded. But...more