New dessert spot alert! Cocomelt opened a chocolate restaurant in the heart of Soho last Summer, and it’s a social media sensation! Expect giant chocolate fountains, pancake- and fruit sticks dipped in chocolate straight from the fountains, chocolate sushi, burrito crepes, waffles, and more!
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Cocomelt is furnished with round tables and cosy sofas in elegant pastel colours matching with the colour of the walls. Neon signs, graphics and pretty flower decorations provide the perfect background for your Insta photos.
Artwork on a Plate
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At Cocomelt they use Belgian chocolate to fill and decorate their dessert creations. Whether you choose a classic waffle or go a little extreme with sushi crepe or burrito crepe, expect a dessert artwork to be served to you.
Feeling creative? Why not create your own dessert by choosing base: crepe, mini pancake, or waffle; sauce: milk, dark or white chocolate from the chocolate fountain or Lotus spread (or all four); fruit; toppings, such as brownies, marshmallows, rice krispies etc. and add your fav ice cream flavour.
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There are a number of hot and cold drinks from hot chocolate to milkshake to Frappuccino. We wanted to go for something chocolaty (since it’s a chocolate restaurant), so we tried the hot chocolate, and it didn’t disappoint us. The presentation was so cute with the mini marshmallows on top and the taste was heaven.
Ready for your next adventure? No.79 Coffee & Mousse is specialised for the cutest mousse cakes and it’s only a 2-minute walk from Cocomelt. Expect bunny, puppy and peach shaped mousse cakes! Cute video here.
Art Box is probably the winner of the most adorable shops in London. They sell the cutest Japanese character plushies, stationary, accessories, and homeware. From Sanrio characters to Studio Ghibli to Gund (they do our all-time favourite kitty, Pusheen), there is something for everyone.
Cosplayers and Lolitas! This is for you. Irregular Choice is definitely the cutest shoe shop I’ve ever visited. They have an unbelievable range of adorable men’s, women’s, and kids shoes and accessories.
Sai Sai is the ultimate shop for Lolita, Gothic (Lolita), Steampunk, and Punk in Camden. They have a range of super cute Lolita dresses in different themes like mermaid, puppet doll, bunny tea party or Alice in Wonderland.
Japan Craft has two different shops in Camden. One is an anime and manga themed shop, while the other one is revolving around traditional Japanese arts and crafts. They sell homeware, kimonos & yukatas, accessories, wooden puzzle boxes, tea sets, kokeshi dolls and more.
Located in Carnaby, Sophie Tea Art is the cutest art gallery in London. It’s not just a gallery, it’s an immersive experience with infinity room, rainbow stairs and selfie corners; all for free. You can even drink a free cup of tea while admiring the gallery’s paintings.
They change their decoration every now and then, so it’s worth to keep an eye on their social feed to see what’s new.
Flower Burger is an Italian style restaurant in the heart of Fitzrovia. They sell delicious vegan burgers with rainbow buns and signature soft drinks. The kaleidoscopic interior matches the colours of their burgers, creating a fun playful ambiance. Head downstairs and enjoy your burger while sitting in a swing.
Four Quarters Bar is a retro bar featuring the glorious 80s arcade vibes. They have tons of old-school games to play from Pacman to flipper to Mario Cart.
Book a console booth for a private PlayStation and enjoy a cold beer or one of their house cocktails and a pizza while winning your next round on Mario Cart.
Their Peckham venue is completely football free (they’re not showing the games there). Meanwhile, at their Hackney Wick bar Euro 2020 is being shown on indoor and outdoor projectors. But you can still turn your back to the projectors and find your piece while playing SEGA Rally, right?
Tombo Café is London’s very first Sanrio themed café. They obsessed with Japanese green tea and its benefits to the health, so you will see its influence across their entire menu.
The whole place is super cute. There are Sanrio plushies everywhere for you to play with or enhance your photos with them. It’s not just the décor that is kawaii, but also their food and drink. Why not try one of their kawaii milkshakes or Sundae specials?
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