Where is the best hot chocolate in London?

What kind of drink perfectly stimulates the body and improves mood? Of course, it is hot chocolate. Even in ancient times people noticed that it is not only tasty and warming, but also healthy. And, as never before, it will be appropriate in such changeable weather in the capital.

Dark Sugars, Brick Lane. If you met the crowd at Brick Lane, then be sure that a lot of people stay there for a reason. Hot chocolate in the local institution Dark Sugars has already gained great fame among the Londoners. Here warming hot chocolate can be with different flavors (hazelnut or chili) and generously sprinkled with chocolate chips.

141 Brick Lane, next to Shoreditch High Street Metro Station, E1 6SB

Chin Chin Labs, Camden and Soho. Chin Chin Labs are popular not only with excellent ice cream, but also with signature hot chocolate. A large glass of delicious drink and a mountain of ruddy marshmallow on top. By the way, it is served with a spoon, because there is a risk to get carried away and get dirty.

49-50 Camden Lock Place, next to Camden Town Metro Station, NW1 8AF 54 Greek St, Soho, close to Tottenham Court Road station, W1D 3DS

Said, Soho. This place serves traditional Italian hot chocolate. The drink is served in a small neat cup, which is poured with white chocolate itself.

41 Broadwick Street, next to the Oxford Circus station, W1F 9QL

Fatties Bakery, Druid Street Market. Fatties Bakery differs by the original recipe and the way of serving hot chocolate. Firstly, they serve chocolate with salted caramel, and complement it with a ring of toasted marshmallows and chocolate chips.

Fatties Bakery is located on the Druid Sreet Market, works on Saturdays from 10:00 to 16:00.

Choccywoccydoodah, Carnaby Street. This option is good for whom chocolate is simply not enough. A warming drink is served with chocolate buttons or marshmallows, a chocolate tube and a mountain of cream! Even the most picky sweet tooth will surely be satisfied.

30-32 Foubert's Place, Carnaby, next to the Oxford Circus station, W1F 7PS

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