Paul A Young's third chocolaterie and flagship store in the heart of Soho. Paul has a reputation as one of the world's leading and most creative chocolatiers. Look out for his unusual flavours and daring combinations, like sea salted caramels, Marmite truffles, and summer specials which include tomato, basil and olive oil; orange and tarragon; and wild strawberry, balsamic and black pepper truffles.
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Paul A Young Fine Chocolates
143 Wardour StreetLondonW1F 8WA
- +44 20 7437 0011
Top 5 reviews of Paul A Young Fine Chocolates
The chocolates here are divine! Amazing flavours, beautifully made.
The shop itself is a quite small and feels a little dark. I personally don't think they have made enough of the space.
The service was OK but a chocolate tour had just arrived so we were ignored and just having to try to fit in around the other people.
We bought 4 chocolates which came to £7! Sooo expensive but really worth... more
You tend to easily recognise artisanal flair if you care to pay attention. Well, you get plenty of it when you enter this little place in Wardour Street. The smell alone attunes you to sample the goods offered in the little jars. And surely enough, once you do - you are bot leaving the shop empty-handed. Splendid marketing.
The millionaires shortbread I had was really worthy of the name... more
The chocolates are definitely works of art, especially the ones adorned with gold dust or gold wrapping. Unique flavors give the truffles personality, such as basil, porter with pretzel chunks, PB&J, mango and lime daiquiri, and my favorite named chocolate: Seedy Soho. So they do a twist on classic flavors with fun names, and of course, a beautiful presentation. Each chocolate runs £2 each,... more
Excellent artisanal chocolate shop. The staff was very helpful in explaining their products as well as those of other local chocolate makers they stock. The quality was excellent. I tried marmite for the fist time and liked it. Their truffle chocolates are creative and fun. more
This shop is unreal, eod!
The penultimate stop was at an chocolatie, or perhaps THE chocolatie in London, Paul A Young.
Once we stepped into the store we were in kind of coco-heaven! There was chocolate all around and we had the good fortune to taste their salty-caramel and it was like.....well, tough to describe. The caramel was next to liquid so once you had cracked the little bite of... more