Located in St Martin’s Courtyard, Dolce by Ferrero Rocher represents Covent Garden’s latest pop-up, multi-layered dining experience. For just 10 days visitors in London will have the opportunity to experience an exquisite and unique dining experience, celebrating the tastes and textures of the much-loved, Ferrero Rocher.
I managed to obtain tickets at £15 per head, including a glass of Prosecco (they sold out online fairly quickly) however visitors are able to buy tickets at the door at a cost of £10 (excluding the Prosecco).
The pop up shop offers Londoners and visitors alike an opportunity to explore the layers of the iconic chocolate, a must for anybody with a sweet tooth. First impressions reflect every ounce of detail that has gone into the pop-up. A venue exquisitely decorated to represent the brand of Ferrero Rocher.
Curated by Paul Hannagen, a celebrated chef and CEO of Cuisson, guests are seated and invited to enjoy five mini handcrafted desserts.
I recommend a seat at the chefs table where we enjoyed conversation with one of several chefs, whilst witnessing the delicate craftsmanship of every single dessert. Each plate is freshly prepared upon demand.
Dolce by Ferrero Rocher will be in Covent Garden until 11th December 2016, open from 1pm to 11pm daily (except Mondays). Visit dolcebyferrerorocher.co.uk to book your ticket for this time limited experience.