London’s first chocolate themed pop-up restaurant will take place on 27th July in Hackney! The Cocoa Club presents a funky taste experience for you to indulge in a three-course meal cooked with hints of dark chocolate.
Going back to the roots of chocolate, the Cocoa Club gives you the opportunity to taste savoury home made food infused with spices and a chocolate twist in a relaxed venue for one night only before moving on to Hamburg.
The event is brought to you by Ubuntu Chocolate (http://www.ubuntuchocolate.com), artisan chocolate makers. The Cocoa Club embraces the Zulu philosophy of ubuntu, which stands for togetherness and sharing, by fusing flavours that cross continents and cultures and by bringing people together to dine on large communal tables.
Organisers Jeremy (chocolatier) and Annette (chef) created the event with a desire to celebrate the delicious food chocolate, and also share the concept of ubuntu in the UK and Europe where it is less well known than it is throughout Africa.
So if you’re in London (I wish I was!) – check this chocolate joint out: 27th July 7pm, Hackney, East London, E9 7QL
For more information and to buy tickets visit http://www.cocoaclub.eu
(Note the chocolate shown in the image is not Ubuntu Chocolate)