A fish and chip shop is selling deep fried Quality Street chocolates in the lead up to Christmas.
Chocolate lovers went wild when battered Mars bars became a thing in the UK and now it seems a variety of different chocolates are being fried, much to the delight of foodies out there.
Now Poppies in Soho is offering battered Quality Street chocs - selling them for £2.50 for five.
The delicious treat will be available on Poppies' menu from December 1 until Christmas Day.
The shop's Facebook page shared a snap of the battered Quality Street chocolates alongside the caption: "The news is out - for Christmas 2019, we'll be battering Quality Street!
"Available at Poppies Soho only, these battered beauties are a Christmas indulgence we know you'll want to try... Come and get 'em from December 1st."
The chocolates included are the toffee finger, chocolate caramel brownie, strawberry delight, toffee penny, orange crème, the green triangle, fudge, orange chocolate crunch, milk chocolate block, caramel swirl and coconut Eclair.
One customer said: "I have died and gone to heaven," while another wrote: "Now that's a whole new level."
Tagging a friend, a third added: "We have to try this!"
Last month, we revealed that fish and chip shop Adam's Bay in Gainsborough is selling a range of deep fried chocolate treats.
The shop has introduced deep fried jumbo pigs in blankets, deep fried mince pies, a deep fried Christmas tree onion stack and deep fried sprouts to customers alongside their permanent dishes in the run up to December 25th.
Owner Helena Papadamou told the Grimsby Telegraph: "We have become known as the chip shop who sells the wacky creations.
"We are committed to bringing what our customers want and are looking forward to see how the new battered goodies go."
Other unusual battered delights previously offered by the restaurant include battered Cadbury Creme Eggs with waffle soldiers at Easter.
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