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What's OnLaunching a Salted Caramel sensation at M&M's World

Grab your friends and get ready to excite your taste buds to the brand-new Salted Caramel sensation coming soon to M&M's World London!
  • Dates 20/05/2019 - 31/05/2019
  • Location 1 Swiss Court, W1D 6AP
  • Price £££
Still craving chocolate after Easter?Don’t miss the brand new limited-edition Salted Caramel M&M’s treat, available from Monday 20th May 2019 exclusively at M&M’s World in Leicester Square.Awaken your taste buds to a sensational, soft Salted Caramel centre surrounded by a generous layer of M&M’s milk chocolate and of course, the colourful sugar shell.With four floors for you to explore, M&M’s World in Leicester Square is a must-visit for chocolate lovers.So, excite your senses to the mouth-watering smell of M&M’s and discover the ultimate Salted Caramel treat.Experience the mighty mega store, and more!Why not create your own M&M’s selection from the world’s largest candy wall?Filled with chocolate made from every colour in the rainbow and brand-new flavours to ignite your taste buds, discover your favourite chocolate combination.And why not make a day of your visit to Leicester Square?There's so much you can do. Take your sweet treats with you as you discover the latest block buster bonanza at Cineworld cinema, only a short walk away.Or, refuel at a restaurant such as the mighty MOD Pizza or family favourite Bella Italia?Whatever you do, discover more when you discover LSQ.

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