For those of you who’ve ventured over to Harrods’ dining hall, you’ll know that it’s a very, very glitzy sort of place. Just like the department store it sits inside, the hall is packed full of fine delicacies and exotic rarities, much of it coming with eye-widening price tags.
If you’re after a cheap, quick bite, Harrods ain’t the place for you. But if you’re on the hunt for some special, one-off foodstuffs or drinks? Well, there’s plenty of that to go around. And soon Harrods’ dining hall is getting a massive revamp, with four celebrated chefs set to add to the hall’s already-lavish options.
In name, the new outlets are omakase dining experience Sushi by Masa, experimental ramen spot Kinoya Ramen, eastern Mediterranean food restaurant Assembly Mezze & Skewers and scrummy Italian pasta specialists Pasta Evangelists by Porbellini.
Those four will be in addition to two of the hall’s existing occupants, The Grill and Tom Kerridge’s Fish & Chips.
Harrods’ dining hall shouldn’t be confused with its food halls. While the food halls consist of several stands and outlets selling a vast range of individual items – a bit like a really, really fancy supermarket – the dining hall is more of a sit-down affair.
Find out more about each new option at Harrods’ dining hall on the official website here.
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