You get Bathtub Day (October 7), Mouldy Cheese Day (October 9) and even Measure Your Feet Day (January 23), so it only makes sense to celebrate National Chocolate Week (October 12 to October 18).

Do so with our guide to the top of the chocs (sorry) in Canary Wharf below.

Godiva

They do ice cream, chocolate dipped strawberries and then your traditional behind-the-counter chocolates.

We like: Coeur Iconique Limited Edition, £12

Jubille Place Mall, godivachocolates.co.uk

Charbonnel et Walker

The packaging for this top notch chocolatier is enough to entice you in.

We like: Dark Sea Salt Caramel Truffles, £13.50

Cabot Place Mall, charbonnel.co.uk

Dark Sea Salt Caramel Truffles, £13.50, Charbonnel et Walker

Paul

You can get traditional French baked goods like pain chocolat, eclairs and tartelettes.

We like: Craquant Slice, £4.33 for a slice

Cabot Place Mall, paul-uk.com

Hotel Chocolat

They served up a City Boy Bunny once and we still love them for it.

We like: Cookie Nut Craze Giant Slab, £16

Canada Place Mall, hotelchocolat.com

Cookie Nut Craze Giant Slab, £16, Hotel Chocolat

Le Pain Quotidien

More french pastries and tarts over here - but it’s always good to have a choice eh?

We like: Belgian Style Hot Chocolate, £3-£3.90

Jubilee Place Mall, lepainquotidien.co.uk

In other chocolate news....

Jubilee Place resident Godiva will also be launching the Mousse Meringue as part of the nationwide cocoa celebration and its annual Godiva Chocolate Challenge.

For each mousse bought 10% of the sales will be donated to the Breast Cancer Now charity.