Celebrate World Chocolate Day in Chophouse Restaurant
With every tea, coffee or hot chocolate, you get a complimentary homemade chocolate brownie throughout the year in Chophouse Restaurant
Breakfast & Brunch: Pain au chocolate
Dessert: Homemade chocolate brownie sundae with toffee and chocolate sauce and honeycomb
Tarr's chocolate ice cream
Contact us today to make a reservation:
Tel: 0117 304 1020 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject to availability
Chocolate lovers from across the world can come together to indulge in the nations favourite sweet treat
On 7th July 2019, celebrate World Chocolate Day. Chocolate is one of the world's favourite flavours, possibly THE most loved taste across the world. This magic bean has been consumed by humans from as far back as 1900 BC and was an integral part of the Aztec and Mayan civilizations and culture. Europeans combined it with milk and sugar, and with the Industrial Revolution and mass production, the modern era of chocolate began. Though it originated in the Americas, today the small African country of Cote D'Ivoire produces 30% of the world's cocoa. Everyone loves it and the recipes are endless.
While most of us don't need a special day to indulge in the rich creamy glory that is chocolate, World Chocolate Day gives us just one more reason to consume this delectable confection in copious quantities. Dark chocolate has many proven health benefits. It is a powerhouse of antioxidants. It has an array of positive effects on your body, ranging from improving cardiovascular health to preventing chronic diseases. It has been shown to reduce blood pressure, as well as, interestingly enough, help regulate blood sugar. Finally, it has also been linked to the release of endorphins - the feel-good hormone, which might explain why it is so widely known and loved as a mood-lifter.