9 London Chocolate Shops To Follow On Instagram

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 17 months ago
9 London Chocolate Shops To Follow On Instagram
This offering from Rococo is just the tip of the delicious iceberg.

Chocolate. Happy little word, isn't it? If you're a look-but-don't-touch kind of person, or you're looking for a way to satiate your appetite before your next hit, follow these Instagram accounts.


With four London shops plus several other stockists, Rococo offers everything from chocolate bars to boxes of ganaches and truffles, hampers... The hot chocolate made it onto our list of London's best hot chocolates. Need we say more?

Paul A Young

While the Instagram account belongs to Paul A Young the chocolatier man, rather than Paul A Young the shop, he posts enough pictures of his chocolate to keep us happy. His three shops, all in London, produce chocolate on site.

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William Curley

Where patisserie meets chocolatier, beautiful things happen, as this Instagram account proves.  Find the three boutiques in Richmond, Belgravia and Harrods.

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Charbonnel et Walker

Hey, if it's good enough for the Queen, it's good enough for us. The rose creams are supposedly her favourite chocolates — we're more salted caramel truffle kinda people. Stores at Old Bond Street and Canary Wharf, plus plenty of other suppliers dotted about.


Carnaby's Choccywoccydoodah, and its Brighton sibling, rose to fame on the TV show of the same name. It's as much a cake shop and cafe as it is a chocolate shop. Willy Wonka eat your heart out.

Dark Sugars

This Brick Lane store specialises in truffles with a rotation of unusual flavours available including chilli, gin & lime, apricot brandy and cardamom & orange.

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Pierre Marcolini

Pierre Marcolini and his chocolate hail from Belgium, so it's bound to be good.  He opened his first UK boutique in Marylebone in 2015, and the goods are also sold in Harrods and Selfridges.

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Melt Chocolate

Notting Hill and Holland Park are the places to head for to get your hands on Melt's fresh chocolates. They're made on a daily basis and only last about 10 days — the perfect excuse to get stuck straight in.


Innovative is what Montezuma does well, as demonstrated by the Eton Mess chocolate bars and, er, chocolate lager. For something a bit different, head to Kingston or Spitalfields (with other branches outside London).

Last Updated 13 October 2017

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