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We came to this place highly recommended and we were a bit disappointed. I mean, we were expecting to be 'wowed' with flavours and presentation, but the products are almost main stream (in flavour combination and the somewhat regular 'look'). We bought a bit of...More
During my visit there were over 20 different chocolate varieties on offer. Lots of dark options, with additions ranging from lighter flavors such as fruits, through spices such as ginger, and ending in cognac, bourbon and whiskey. There are milk chocolate choices, too.
Went in to find some special chocolates to buy and taste. Looked around for awhile and then a salesman came to ask if he could help me. He let me taste their salted caramel brownie and it was the best one I've ever had. I...More
Discovered this chocolatier as part of a chocolate tour. Lovely little shop with beautifully displayed range of chocolates, they also sell fabulous brownies.
Amazing range of unique flavours, think Marmite and fennel as well as lovely fruit combinations, passion fruit, peach etc and the more...More
This is a short course run by the chocolatiers at Paul A Young. If you like (great) chocolate and have an interest in making something simple but fab at home then this is for you.
Its run in the basement of their Wardour Street shop...More
The chocolate here is lovely, especially the one with salted caramel and the brownie here is tasty and the billionaire shortbread delicious. If based on the food alone, I would give it 4 stars, so probably will come back.
My one problem with this place...More
I have been getting my hit of Paul a Young chocolate quite often for the last 3 years after discovering it through a chocolate tour. The chocolate I love, I’ve tried most of it (in dark), and that’s the only reason why I keep coming...More
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They do a range of sizes, from 2 to 25 I think. I'd guess their most popular sizes are 9 chocolates (£15.50) or 4 chocolates (£7.00). You can choose your selection, and its worth asking staff to help, as they really know... More
They do a range of sizes, from 2 to 25 I think. I'd guess their most popular sizes are 9 chocolates (£15.50) or 4 chocolates (£7.00). You can choose your selection, and its worth asking staff to help, as they really know their chocolate!