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Chocolate Hall

Now open, the Chocolate Hall is the final piece of the puzzle, concluding a four-year transformation of The Food Halls.

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Macaroons and chocolate gift sets

A paradise for sweet-toothed fans, the Chocolate Hall houses the finest chocolates beautifully packaged into perfect treats for loved ones.

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Chocolate boxes lining the walls of the Chocolate Hall

The Chocolate Hall

Witness the spectacle of the Harrods Chocolaterie where chocolates are chef-made live on site, or peruse collections from other leading world-class chocolatiers.

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Location

Ground Floor, Harrods 87–135 Brompton Road Knightsbridge London SW1X 7XL

Chocolate Hall in the Food Halls

Opening Hours

Monday11am - 7pm

Tuesday11am - 7pm

Wednesday11am - 7pm

Thursday11am - 7pm

Friday11am - 8pm

Saturday11am - 8pm

Sunday11.30am - 6pm*

* browsing only 11.30am–12pm

Chef chocolatier spreading out chocolate

Chocolate Pioneers

Thirteen years ago, executive pastry chef Markus Bohr joined Harrods at a time when its chocolate selection was both good and broad but unrefined. It had come a long way from its early days of cocoa creations: according to our archives, the store first sold bars in 1870 and began making its own in-house in 1897.

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Witness the magic of each in-house creation at The Chocolaterie where our chefs make everything from fresh bonbons and indulgent filled bars to chocolate-dipped confit fruit, all in full view.

Chocolate slabs pilled up on top of each other

Chocolate Pioneers

Thirteen years ago, executive pastry chef Markus Bohr joined Harrods at a time when its chocolate selection was both good and broad but unrefined. It had come a long way from its early days of cocoa creations: according to our archives, the store first sold bars in 1870 and began making its own in-house in 1897.

As Bohr began his tenure, he was tasked with elevating the store’s status as a world-leading chocolate maker and purveyor, a mission that began with creating an exclusive couverture. Teaming up with a company called Cacao Barry, which at the time was a small business with a laboratory for making your own chocolate, Bohr created a flavour profile that would become the backbone of Harrods’ bonbons, bars and patisserie. Over time, he created four lines, officially known as Harrods Grand Cru Nos.1, 2, 3 and 4 – though he is quick to state a particular affection for No.3, a 72% dark that is enticingly bitter with notes of yellow fruit. “Our couverture is one of our pillars; part of our uniqueness,” he says. “It’s a fantastic chocolate, and the only place you can get it is at Harrods.” 

This year, Harrods is celebrating 150 years of chocolate with the much-anticipated opening of the Chocolate Hall. Naturally, it comes with the best of the best confectionery partners from all over the world: think William Curley, Pierre Marcolini and To’ak, to name but a few. And then there are all the enduring favourites: an unrivalled selection of chocolate-covered fruit and nuts (including additions like dark-chocolate- coated Amarena cherries); an array of hand-finished truffes; and the signature Harrods Gold Bar, made to a recipe unchanged for more than 20 years.

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The Food Halls

Ground Floor, Harrods

87–135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7XL

Discover and devour the incredible tastes that have made our historic Food Halls enduringly popular – from sparkling seafood and exotic fruits, to signature sourdough freshly baked every day.

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