Harrods has unveiled its glittering, redesigned Dining Hall and it turns out to be quite the food destination.
We're now in the final stages of Harrods' Food Hall 2.0. Over the course of almost two years, the famed department store has been slowly unveiling a multi-million pound redesign of its food and drink emporium. Firstly, there was the revamp of the wine department, followed by the
22/7/19 update, unfortunately, the residencies have been cancelled.
Sweet-toothed fans of afternoon tea will want to make a beeline for Harrods this summer. The Knightsbridge department store has enticed four of the best French pâtisserie chefs – Pierre Hermé, Angelo Musa, Cédric Grolet and Yann Couvreur - to put on residencies in their tea rooms.
The series, which runs from July through to
Starting about a year ago, at the time of writing, Harrods unveiled the first part of a programme to completely revamp its food and drink offering. And now the next phase is here - this time it's the turn of the Fresh Market Hall, completely redesigned by David Collins Design Studio.
Over in Knightbridge, Harrods are continuing their massive makeover of their Food Halls one by one and today the Fine Wines & Spirits Rooms are the latest to be revealed.
With the aim to "change perceptions on the world of wines and spirits" they'll be categorising wine by terroirs in an attempt to persuade purchasers to go outside their comfort zone. In keeping with that exploration theme, they're introducing an ‘Aroma Table’ which is described as
Chucs are expanding throughout London, hoping to bring their taste of the Med to more. We went to try their newly-opened branch in Harrods.
As part of Harrods overhaul of its Fine Watch department the store is opening up a Chucs so you can contemplate your most recent timepiece purchase over a plate of pasta or a negroni
If you’re on the hunt for a foodie gift with a difference, or just plan to seriously spoil yourself this Christmas, Harrods' Food Hall is always a safe bet. But now they've taken things to another level, with a whole new range of gorgeous, takeaway French dishes from none other than Hélène Darroze (of double Michelin-starred The Connaught fame).
So that’ll include *extremely* high end delights such
Now we're big fans of Bar Boulud - and are curious to see what will emerge from its upcoming revamp at the Mandarin Oriental. But if you're worried on missing out on a Bar Boulud burger while it's closed, worry not. Harrods will be housing a Bar Boulud pop-up this January, who’ll be serving up their traditional French food and burgers while its original venue undergoes the facelift.
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