Duke of York Square’s weekly fine food market will see London’s finest chocolatiers descend on Saturday 13th April ahead of the Easter weekend celebrations. Overseen by a statue of Sir Hans Sloane – the physician and collector who returned from Jamaica in the late 17th century introducing milk chocolate to Europe.
The market will be open from 10am – 4pm with a selection of special artisan chocolate market stalls including Sir Hans Sloane, Lavolio, Diana David, Susie Keane, Peacoc, Bad Brownies, London Chocolate and Speciality Foods.
In addition to the above artisan chocolatier stalls, a number of the regular traders will be offering exclusive innovative chocolate dishes for the special Easter edition of the market. An extensive array of dishes will be available including chocolate sushi from Aki Maki, chocolate flavoured Vietnamese spring rolls from Rao Deli, 10 flavours of chocolate fudge from Cookies and Creams and chocolate Guinness cake by Nick Fu just to name a few.
The chocolate festivities continue within the renowned Partridges store where there will be 4 Royal Warrant Holders featured: Prestat, Bendicks, Charbonnel and Walker, alongside freshly made chocolate flavoured Chelsea Buns.
Other chocolate treats in the area include chocolate desserts from Pavilion Road’s Hans’ Bar & Grill (Sir Hans Sloane’s namesake), Nutella pizzette from Polpo on Duke of York Square and Artisan du Chocolat on Lower Sloane Street.