|A chocolate course I attended in 2012|
If making chocolates and truffles is really not your thing (though I'm not sure I can believe it), there are plenty of other food experiences on offer. Other workshops include cake making, barrista training and patisserie. If you'd rather just eat the food than learn how to make it, there are a number of leisurely dining experiences including afternoon tea for two, dinner for two and a classic Thames lunch cruise for two.
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