If you’re a chocolate lover, Mayfair is the perfect place to visit to satisfy your sweet tooth.
The most traditional Mayfair activities.
One of the most traditional Mayfair activities is to partake in an afternoon tea. Podium on Park Lane has given this classic a deliciously chocolaty twist. Their offering was designed by Anthony Marshall, the executive chef of London Hilton on Park Lane. He allows diners to feast on freshly baked chocolate chip scones, homemade chocolate praline spread, cupcakes, and miniature chocolate fancies. Which are even presented on an edible chocolate plate.
Try the Mayfair chocolate tour.
We defy any chocolate fan not to fall in love with the chocolate tea. If you’d like to explore and indulge, why not try the Mayfair chocolate tour. It starts on Conduit Street and gives you the opportunity to enjoy rich hot chocolate and chocolate sampling. All whilst taking in the sights of the area. You’ll taste the favourite chocolates of many British icons, including the Queen and Roald Dahl.
Great patisseries and chocolate shops.
There are also some great patisseries and chocolate shops in the Mayfair area. Try Charbonnel et Walker, a traditional English chocolate maker located at 28 Old Bond Street. Where you’ll find everything from pink champagne truffles to rose and violet creams.
No matter what type of chocolate you choose, your next visit to Mayfair is bound to be sweet and satisfying.