World Chocolate Guide Hits 400

Posted by in Misc on June 17 2011 | Leave A Comment

It’s eight months since Jennifer and I launched World Chocolate Guide, our attempt to map and rate all the world’s chocolate shops & destinations, and today we added our 400th shop to the site!

The site lets you search for chocolate shops by location and keyword, filter your search results to show only those establishments that serve hot chocolate & cakes, and – most importantly – rate and review all your favourite chocolate places.

We also have an active chocolate blog (mainly updated by Jennifer), and those of you with iPhones or Android can even get an augmented reality guide on your phone. Just download the free Layar app and search for the ‘chocolate guide’ layer.

So now we need your help.

The most important thing you can do to help improve the guide is to leave comments and ratings on your favourite (and least favourite!) establishments. It only takes a second to add your opinion and help improve the listings. These ratings also help generate our top rated chocolate shop list.

The other thing you can do to help is to submit any shops missing from the guide, particularly if you’re the owner. You can add a shop with this simple form, which you can also use to submit corrections and photos for existing listings.

We’d love to build World Chocolate Guide into a comprehensive guide to the world’s best chocolate shops and patisseries. Help us promote the best chocolate in the world by getting involved!

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