Carrying a range of popular brands including Lindt, Ernest Hillier, Lizzy's Chocolatier and more, all the chocolate you could ever want is packed into this standard-sized shop. It's certainly worth a visit if you are looking for a gift for a sweet-toothed friend, as they have beautiful box chocolates and a huge range of novelties. Chocolate is moulded into anything from golf clubs to casino chips to mobile phones. Why you would be wanting a chocolate phone is beyond me, but if you need one, you now know where to get it for $14.95. Gift wrapping is available upon request.
If you love your newly bought chocolates so much that you have to eat them on the spot, there are two round cafe tables just outside the store, where patrons are encouraged to sit and indulge their sweet tooth. Coffee and tea are available.
For junk food lovers with special dietary requirements, they stock a few sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free options.
Some of the chocolates available instore can be purchased in their online shop, but this carries an additional fee of $15. It is far better to go instore, experience their mesmerising selection in person, and spend the $15 on an extra treat or two.
The delicious novelties at Brighton Chocolates do not come cheap, but they sure are delicious. You won't find anything past its best-before or with low cacao concentrations here.
Brighton Chocolates is located just a few shops past North Brighton Station.