A Vegan-Friendly Chocolate Brunch Has Just Launched In London

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Photo (credit Kirsty Owen) - Jaz & Jul's weekend brunch pimped banana bread 1

A brand new chocolate-themed bottomless brunch has just launched at Islington’s Chocolate House and we are all ears…

Award-winning artisans Jaz and Jul, owners of Chapel Market’s cocoa cafe, decided that they really ought to jump on the bottomless bandwagon. But not satisfied with just adding a chocolatey twist to a regular brunch menu, they’ve also thrown unlimited cocoa cocktails into the mix. And what’s more? ENDLESS CHOCOLATE SAUCE.

Photo (credit Kirsty Owen) - Jaz & Jul's weekend brunch french toast 1
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Served every weekend, the Chocolate House’s brunch menu is entirely vegetarian and (mostly) vegan. The savoury dishes include veggie potato hash and cornbread waffles topped with Mexican-style black bean chilli. The second course will satisfy your sweet tooth, with choices ranging from orange-zest Jaffa pancakes or chocolate avocado smoothie bowls.

Photo (credit Kirsty Owen) - Jaz & Jul's weekend brunch waffles banana and peanut
[Kirsty Owen]
The choctails will include a Bloody Mary made with cocoa-nib infused vodka and the Spiked Cocoa Tea with a cheeky bit of rum. And, if you’re not up for boozing, you can always opt for one of the Chocolate House’s signature hot chocolates made with ethically-sourced single-origin dark chocolate shavings, natural fruit oils and spices.

1 Chapel Market, N1 9EZ

Georgie Hoole

Georgie Hoole

Georgie is Deputy Editor at Secret London. She loves a trendy café and is all too familiar with the extortionate price of a coffee in the capital. She enjoys the finer things in life (like red wine on a school night and eating Ben and Jerry's straight from the tub) and hasn't quite grasped the concept of adulthood yet.

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