Rococo School of Chocolate

London Luxury Chocolate Classes

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The Rococo School of Chocolate in London offers a variety of chocolate classes for all; from children to experts polishing their skills. It can be about making chocolate, cooking with chocolate or tasting chocolate. Parties are available or even one-to-one sessions.

About Rococo Chocolates

Rococo Chocolates was founded in 1983 by Chantal Coady, a graduate of the Camberwell School of Art & Crafts. Her passion for chocolate, and her strong belief that there was room for a radically different approach to chocolate, led to the decision to open a shop in the King's Road (Chelsea, London).

Chantal Coady has since become the author of many books about chocolate and has expanded Rococo Chocolates from the original Kings Road store to include Marylebone High Street, and the flagship store with its own cafe, kitchen and chocolate school on Motcomb St in the heart of Belgravia.

Rococo School of Chocolate on Motcomb Street is the perfect place to learn about all things chocolate. They offer a choice of workshops, classes, and tastings for adults and children from beginner to expert. It is also a great choice for a group booking for a birthday party.

The Rococo School of Chocolate is next to the Rococo Chocolate shop in Belgravia, near to Knightsbridge. 

Address: 5 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8JU
Tel: 020 7245 0993
Email: events@rococochocolates.com

There is also the Chocolate Classroom on Foodie Central Moxon Street in Marylebone. The Chocolate Classroom hosts monthly tastings and pairings and is also available for private events.

Children's Party Ideas

All children love chocolate so teach them about the best chocolate from an early age. The Rococo School of Chocolate has a range of children's classes including a Chocolate Cooking Workshop as a great introduction to chocolate to build your child’s confidence in the kitchen, and a Chocolate Bar Making workshop where children not only make a chocolate bar but also spend time designing wrappers for their bars.

Tip for Parents:

Why not book the kids in for a chocolate class then head off to Harvey Nichols for some retail therapy or to The Berkeley for their divine Prêt-à-Portea Afternoon Tea?

Chocolate Classes for All

Do check the Rococo School of Chocolate website for the latest events and classes but to give you an idea of what is on offer:

  • Tastings - Chocolate Tasting for Beginners is an excellent introduction. A Tasting for the Senses will have you savoring the aromas and the classic snap of a good quality chocolate bar. Bespoke Chocolate Pairings will help you combine chocolate and cheese, or chocolate and coffee, and much more.
  • Seasonal Special - Some times of the year are most associated with chocolate so keep an eye on the website for Valentine's Day ideas and especially at Easter.