Shop till you drop – then recharge with a meal.
Harrods has now launched late-night dining, with some of the venues in the iconic dining hall open as late as 11.30pm.
The Dining Hall, Harrods Social by Jason Atherton, The Tiffany Blue Box Café and Baccarat Bar will all remain open while the rest of the store closes.
As well as food, there will be wine and cocktail offerings – so it could now be a spot for a drink or two.
The new dining concept includes all six restaurants in the dining hall, with most serving dinner until 11pm from Tuesday to Saturday.
There’s a mix of food to taste, between The Grill, Pasta Evangelists, Kerridge’s Fish & Chips, Caviar House & Prunier, Kama by Vineet, and The Sushi Bar.
To mark the new offering, Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton has created two set menus at Harrods Social, available from £34.
Ashley Saxton, director of restaurants and kitchens at Harrods, said: ‘Harrods offers a truly world-class selection of restaurant propositions, and we have worked extensively with our world-class chefs and sommeliers to create exclusive and enticing dinner menus.
‘I am delighted that guests will now be able to experience this proposition within a late night dining setting, this is the next step in making Harrods a leading culinary destination, offering the most exclusive and sought-after experiences to the local London market as well as our loyal Harrods customer base.’
From wagyu stakes to fresh sushi, there’s likely to be a dining option to suit most tastes.
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