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Jaz & Jul’s Chocolate Brunch: Yes, You Read That Right

SEEN is delighted to announce that award-winning independent producer Jaz & Jul's have launched a new chocolate-themed weekend brunch at their Chocolate House in Islington. Jasmine Kershaw and Juliet Sampson's mouth-watering brunch menu is a seriously sweet reason to hop out of bed on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

SEEN is delighted to announce that award-winning independent producer Jaz & Jul’s have launched a new chocolate-themed weekend brunch at their Chocolate House in Islington. Jasmine Kershaw and Juliet Sampson’s mouth-watering brunch menu is a seriously sweet reason to hop out of bed on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

Photo Kirsty Owen
Photo Kirsty Owen

Served from 10am to 3pm every weekend at their permanent cocoa café and shop located just moments from Angel tube in Chapel Market (which is also the production workshop for their acclaimed proper hot chocolates), they offer a vast array of vegan options to ensure that everyone can enjoy dessert for breakfast.

Jaz & Jul’s new brunch features irresistible indulgences like cinnamon and cocoa-dusted French toast made in a coconut, almond and banana batter, topped with berry compote and maple syrup; fluffy sweet chocolate-stout waffles with decadent banana, chocolate sauce and crushed peanuts; and even savoury cornbread waffles paired with Mexican-inspired black bean chilli in mole sauce and avocado.

Photo Kirsty Owen
Photo Kirsty Owen

The most important meal of the day now tastes even better at Chocolate House on weekdays too, with Jaz & Jul’s cocoa-inspired light breakfast offering. Take your pick from healthy choices such as granola-topped smoothie bowls combining cocoa, avocado, banana, date and almond; or comforting toast smothered with “Jaffa cake” orange marmalade and chocolate chunks, Seggiano chocolate-hazelnut spread or cocoa nib and olive tapenade.

Photo Kirsty Owen
Photo Kirsty Owen

A line-up of special boozy brunch cocktails, including Mimosas and Spiked Iced Teas, will be available at the Chocolate House, alongside the all-day breakfast menu on Saturdays and Sundays. A shot of organic liqueur can also be added to any of Jaz & Jul’s famous handmade single-origin drinking chocolates (as well as artisan marshmallows and whipped coconut cream), for an extra treat throughout the week.

Jaz & Jul’s Chocolate House
1 Chapel Market,
London N1 9EZ
020 3583 4375

Opening Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday: 10am – 6pm

jazandjuls.co.uk

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