After a painstaking renovation by David Collins Studio, the century-old Grade II listed food halls at Harrods have been granted a new lease of life. The spaces draw together some of the best produce and chefs and invites shoppers and diners to pull up a seat at their counter of choice.
A far cry from your local chip shop, Tom Kerridge’s Harrods outpost serves up a more elevated version of the classics, alongside some fancier additions like hand dived scallops and native lobster. The market day fish is sustainably caught and comes with Kerridge’s hand-cut triple cooked-chips. There’s even a white bread roll with cultured butter on the menu in case you’re in the mood for a bougee chip butty.
Sit at the central hub of the dining hall and indulge in some of the finest seafood the capital has to offer from Norwegian Balik smoked salmon and beluga caviar, to English rock oysters.
Pasta Evangelists bring Italy to London in the Harrods Dining Hall after three years of operating a pasta counter in the store. From lasagne cupcakes to the Chef’s Special lobster tortelloni, this is fresh pasta as you’ve never enjoyed it before.
Choose your meat from the butcher and the chefs will cook it to order on the charcoal grill. To complete your dish there’s a selection of classic sauces and sides to choose from.