Press Release Date: 05 Oct, 2011

Go East for chocolate week

Grand Imperial London creates first ‘Divine’ chocolate dim sum

For a unique way to enjoy chocolate this Chocolate Week (10-16 October 2011), Grand Imperial London is offering a dessert menu featuring a selection of irresistible chocolate Cantonese treats made exclusively with luxury Fairtrade brand ‘Divine’.

Representing authentic Hong Kong cuisine with contemporary flair, Hong Kong Cantonese restaurant and bar based at The Grosvenor hotel in SW1 is using Divine chocolate made with 70% cocoa for all its indulgent treats. These include London’s first ‘Chocolate dim sum platter’, ‘Divine chocolate spring roll’, ‘Deep fried ice cream’ and chocolate fruit. 

Grand Imperial’s signature ‘Chocolate dim sum platter’ (£6.00) features four fabulous delicacies, the ‘canton cracker’, ‘pumpkin bundle’ made with pumpkin and lemon zest, the ‘cashew crescent’ and ‘coconut doughnut’ rolled in coconut shavings and tangerine zest.

East meets West as chef has created the ‘Divine chocolate spring roll’ (£5.00 for three), a sweet take on the classic ‘spring roll’ filled with Divine chocolate sauce, crunchy chashew nuts and topped with a sweet strawberry sauce.

Grand Imperial’s delicious ‘Deep-fried ice cream’ (£8.00) – a favourite Asian dessert at the restaurant will also be served with Divine chocolate sauce.

If you prefer something fruitier try the ‘Divine chocolate fruit platter’ (£8.00), featuring strawberries, banana, pineapple and lychee all dipped in Divine chocolate sauce.

For bookings please contact 020 7821 8898 or email

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