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Prestat Chocolate (Princes Arcade)
Prestat Chocolate (Princes Arcade)

14 Princes Arcade, London, SW1Y 6AE

Prestat was established in 1902. Its founders invented the original recipe for its chocolate truffles in 1896. An...Read more

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Charbonnel et Walker (Old Bond Street)
Charbonnel et Walker (Old Bond Street)

28 Old Bond Street, London, W1S 4QF

0.21km

Charbonnel et Walker has been established as Britain's master chocolatier since 1875. In that year The Prince of...Read more

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Said London
Said London

41 Broadwick Street, Carnaby, London, W1F 9QL

0.33km

First shop in london of a 90 years old italian chocolate factory based in rome. high quality chocolate.Read more

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Amorino (Old Compton Street)
Amorino (Old Compton Street)

41 Old Compton Street, Soho, London, W1D 6HF

0.35km

Created by two childhood friends, Cristiano Sereni and Paolo Benassi, Amorino was founded in 2002. The two founders'...Read more

Eating Chocolatiers Old Compton Street Soho

Crosstown Doughnut & Coffee Bar
Crosstown Doughnut & Coffee Bar

4 Broadwick Street, Soho, London, W1F 0DA

0.39km

All of our doughnuts are hand made fresh daily at our bakery in London – we use a hybrid sourdough which gives them a...Read more

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La Gelatiera
La Gelatiera

27 New Row, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4LA

0.46km

La Gelatiera is home to London's finest artisan gelato. The unsurpassed quality of our gelato is a result of our...Read more

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Amorino (Garrick Street)
Amorino (Garrick Street)

7 Garrick Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9AR

0.5km

Created by two childhood friends, Cristiano Sereni and Paolo Benassi, Amorino was founded in 2002. The two founders'...Read more

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Snog Frozen Yogurt (Covent Garden)
Snog Frozen Yogurt (Covent Garden)

5 Garrick Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9AR

0.5km

Snog is a delicious premium frozen yogurt. It lacks fat, shuns sugar and has hardly any calories. Served with fresh...Read more

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Yolkin
Yolkin

24 Wellington Street, London, WC2E 7DD

0.74km

Sammie loves to bake. Macarons especially but they are finicky little things and only use egg whites. Not wanting to...Read more

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Beltane & Pop
Beltane & Pop

London, SE1

0.88km

Inspired by the celebratory mood and artistic eccentricity of British festivals, Beltane&Pop is a world where...Read more

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FAQs about Jermyn Street and Chocolatiers in London


No Jermyn Street is in St James's which is south of Piccadilly where as Mayfair is north of Piccadilly. Bother Mayfair and St James's are in Westminster.





If you are interested in finding the best places to eat on Jermyn Street you can take a look at our Guide to Jermyn Street Places to Eat (https://forbidden.london/london-guide/jermyn-street/eating-in-style).



Jermyn Street is located in St James's in central London. It runs parallel to Piccadilly. The nearest tube stations are Piccadilly Circus which is just a moment's walk away and Green Park which is a little further away.



Jermyn Street Theatre is located at 16b Jermyn Street which is on the Regent Street side of Jermyn Street a few moments walk from Piccadilly Circus tube station.
You can see the profile for Jermyn Street Theatre, which has more information, here ... https://forbidden.london/london-guide/listings/jermyn-street-theatre



Central London has many fantastic shopping streets crammed with all manner of shops selling goodies you never even knew you needed until you see them.

Jermyn Street is a particularly good example of this, when construction work is not going on - which is almost never - it is one of the most beautiful streets in St James's lined with exclusive shops selling men's clothing and male grooming products - silver cut-throat razors and the like.

Oxford Street is perhaps the most famous shopping street in London if not the World with approximately three hundred shops squeezed in to a 2km long road.

Regent Street which crosses Oxford Street is arguably as well known, at least to Monopoly fans. Regent Street is home to the flagship Apple store in London; Burberry's flagship store; and of course the kids' favourite, the World famous Hamley's Toy Store.

Another famous London shopping street which meets Oxford Street is Bond Street (comprising of Old Bond Street and New Bond Street). It is a true fashion mecca housing flagship stores by Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Bottega Veneta, and many other leading fashion brands.


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Blue Plaques in London

Henry Hallam Blue Plaque - Henry Hallam (1777-1859), historian, lived here
Jacqui Smith Blue Plaque - Rt Hon Jacqui Smith, Home Secretary lived here 2008-Present while claiming £116,00 of taxpayers money on her 'second' home in Redditch. Best known for claiming expenses for her barbecue and husband's porn films.
Aubrey Beardsley Blue Plaque - Aubrey Beardsley 1872-1898 artist lived here
John Beard And William Ewart Blue Plaque - John Beard (c.1717-1791), singer and William Ewart (1798-1869), promoter of public libraries, lived here.
Robert Cecil Blue Plaque - Viscount Cecil, of Chelwood 1864-1958 creator of the League of Nations lived here
Thomas Hardy Black Plaque - Admiral Thomas Hardy  05 April 1769 - 20 September 1839    Hardy was born on 5th April 1769 in Portisham, Dorset.  He first entered the navy in 1781 on board the brig, HMS Helena.  He remained with the ship for a short period after which, in 1782,  he left the navy to attend school for three years. He joined the merchant  navy for some years and in 1790, decided to rejoin the Royal Navy. His  first appointment as midshipman was with HMS Hebe. He was later transferred  to the sloop, HMS Tisphone,

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