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A Ferrero Rocher dessert bar is coming to London for Christmas

Ooh they're spoiling us!

By Alison Lynch, 22 November 2016
A Ferrero Rocher dessert bar is coming to London for Christmas

This festive season, the team at Ferrero Rocher are really spoiling us.

They've just announced they're launching a pop-up dessert bar in the middle of London.

So, if you're planning a trip into the Capital to do a spot of Christmas shopping, you could always take a quick break and treat yourself at the same time. 

Dolce by Ferrero Rocher is described as a 'multi-layered dining experience'. The menu featuring five decadent mini desserts, all inspired by your favourite fancy chocolates, has been devised by celebrated Cuisson chef, Paul Hannagen.

Between 1st and 11th December, you'll be able to pop into the restaurant in Covent Garden to taste a little bit of Ferrero Rocher heaven. Is there anything more festive?

The desserts include a cocoa-roasted hazelnut in a praline mousse, a chocolate filled with silky ganache, a tempered chocolate dome topped with roasted hazelnut pieces, and soft spun sugar dusted with edible gold glitter, meant to look like the famous gold foil that covers the posh chocs. 

You can either book a 45 minute sitting at the dessert bar in advance - by heading to the dedicated site - or you can pop in on the day. 

The dessert bar is open every day (except Monday 5th December) between 1pm and 11pm. 

Go on, treat yourself! 

And if you can't make it to the dessert bar in London, you could just recreate the idea at home by arranging some of the gold-encased chocolates on top of your dessert. It's almost the same.

Or, you could even pick up one of these special festive Ferrero Rocher Decorative Pyramids online or instore at Asda, which would make the perfect centrepiece for any Christmas gatherings.

Diplomats love them, we hear. 

Dolce by Ferrero Rocher is located at 21 Slingsby Place, Covent Garden, WC2E 9AB. December 1-11. Walk-in appointments cost from £10 and or you can pre-book for £15, which includes a glass of prosecco.