Wednesday, July 14, 2010

In the time it takes to make a hot chocolate...

...you can run around and take pictures of a chocolate shop. Sometimes, like here, they're studiedly corrugated chic.
The Rabot Estate
The Rabot Estate
The Rabot Estate
By the way, Bonne fête du quatorze Juillet les copains!

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11 comments:

Peter Bagi said...

killer! Do you ever get to the Monmouth coffee shop at the Borough Market? Love that place!

The Cedar Shingled Barn said...

Love the photos! mmmmm......chocolate

Emily said...

These sound great! I just wrote a post on Rococo chocolate? Its sinfully good! You shoudl give it a try! LondonZest

Hilda said...

Peter, I haven't actually, where is it in the market? We tend to do the rounds of the produce and food stalls, a quick flash into Neal's Yard and usually by then we're overwhelmed by the crowds and we run away.

Emily, Rococo has a shop around the corner from me which I occasionally go into. J'espere que tu manges ca avec du bon salidou de ta Bretagne?... ;)

Jessica said...

Beautiful pictures. If I lived near there I would stop by each and every day. Heck, they would probably even name an aisle after me! lol

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MeetaK said...

Haha! Yeah I think this would definitely be reason enough to order double rounds of hot chocolate in the summer heat.

jen laceda said...

this is just my kind of place!

Valentina said...

Hilda, What an inviting shot.gorgeous looking shop.by the way, I also really like the Belgravia pictures.

Valentina said...

I love the look of this shop. Stunning. And you were fast in photographing it whilst your hot chocolate was being prepared. is it in London somewhere?

Jamie said...

I love your photographs...

debnewman said...

I believe those beautiful pink flowers would be foxglove

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