Cadbury Cocoa House
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Cadbury Cocoa House is a new venture for the Cadbury brand on the high street. Unlike the former Cadbury Cafe in Bath (closed in 2007), which was run by Cadbury, Cadbury Cocoa House is an independent business which has licensed the name from Cadbury. The first branch opened in October 2010 at Bluewater in Kent, UK, with up to 50 stores planned across the UK.
The Daily Mail has likened Cadbury Cocoa House to J. Lyons and Co. Tea Houses, thanks to its focus on traditional British dishes - including classic afternoon tea - and its uniformed waitresses, similar to Lyons' famous Nippies.
Unfortunately the company seems to have gone into liquidation according to The London Gazette Notice: 1519395 (Issue: 60043)