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Harrods Food Halls
Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7QN
- Hyde Park Corner Station (<0.1 km)
- Knightsbridge Tube Station (<0.1 km)
3A Beeches Avenue, London SM5 3LB
“Bailey’s Deli is an Artisan Delicatessen and Coffee Shop based in Carshalton Beeches, Surrey. Opened recently Bailey’s modern shop boasts a delicatessen counter with a wide range of International Cheeses, Charcuterie, Antipasti and Olives. As...” more...
49 reviews of Harrods Food Halls in English
If you’re in the area, you can’t NOT visit the Hall!! You will be rewarded by such rich aromas of various foods and your eyes will widen greatly at the visual spectacle of sheer food beauty.
Plenty of free tasters, if you can co-ordinate the right timing…..! Plus, a little ‘charm’ goes a long way in getting a few nibbles. Well worth the effort!!
As a real foodie, I love to wander in the Harrods Foods Halls. If you are watching your waistline, a feast of the eyes is also quite delightful here. Harrods is slightly posh, but they still welcome all customers with deep or shallow pockets in my experience :)
Harrods Food Halls is a world of wonders and quality.I save it only for special occasions, a very special treat for a very special person, a gift for an important guest from abroad…. whether its a personal or a business matter, I always find a perfect hamper, or a another gift there, beautifully and carefully prepared and packed, and the taste stays as long as the memory.
Great and unique British institution!
Yes its pricey, Yes its crowded its true-but the food on offer here is spectacular. I also recomend the delicious baguettes made in front of you, the perfect lunch. One one of the few places where you can get exotic juices and drinks unavailable anywhere else. Who wouldnt want a Harrods Hamper?
I’ve heard of people being prevented from taking bags inside, and being met by rude staff, but I’ve never had that experience. The Food Halls is the only place where you can actually do something for the people who ask you to ‘bring me something back from Harrods’ – and it’s going to cost a fair whack to do so. That said, the goods on offer are beautifully presented, and taste and smell fabulous – the chocolates are mouth watering and the deli divine.
If you’re anything like me though, you’ll buy biscuits, partly for the taste and partly for the snazzy tin.
Harrods always pitches itself as the classiest place you could find . As far as I’m concerned there is nothing classy – or even polite about telling people they can’t take their bag into a shop . And to offer a place where they can leave it while they shop , for a price , it beggers belief . Yes , if you are deemed worthy to get inside the place it is fancy to look at . But the prices are terrible and having to try so hard to get in , well it isn’t worth it . Go to Fortnums , its just as swanky and they have manners .
OMG it took my breathe away! So much to choose from. I was able to get samples from the cheese and meat sections which made making my choise easier. I only got a few grams of goods which I ended up putting in to a picnic and took with me to Brighton the following day and had a gourmet time down on the beach. The cakes and lolly selection made me feel like I was in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!
The sales staff were very friendly and accommodating and I would recommend anyone to purchase something even if it is only a little bit.
Got to love the way Harrods seems to be able to pull off selling a pint of milk for £2.67
You just think it is from a cow with golden udders!! To be honest their food is good, if it wasn't they wouldn't be doing so well?!
Harrods Food Halls is just one of those places you must visit even if it is just the once. I used to be able to buy Scotch Pies from there but they had changed suppliers about 7-9 months back :>( Bring them back… There’s a range of food items you can get here, and yes they maybe over priced but if you are looking for something specific then you will find it there (except Scotch Pies). I would say go to the oil counter, the selection they have is mind-blowing and the assistant really knows her stuff so ask about them.
never believed in soul mates or love at first sight or magic until I walked into Harrods. Until I realized it could exist in a place, in a food hall.
When I walked in, I was awed by the variety of food, size of the space, and gorgeous ornamentation on the walls and ceilings. The colorful chandeliers sparkled off the stained glass ceilings, casting a warm yellow haze onto the fromagerie glass cases. It’s like poetry.
We spent a whole 3 hours on the ground floor, just in the food hall. Wandering back and forth between chocolates, meats, and cheeses taking millions of pictures and ooh-ing and aah-ing and then eating in the Harrods cafe where we had high tea.
We’d been looking for a place in the city for high tea that was max 20 pounds, and we found that the Harrods cafe offered an afternoon tea deal for less than 10 pounds, including 2 scones, clotted cream, preserves, and your choice of tea. Delicious and we were stuffed.
I ended up buying Harrods chocolates and macarons from Laduree. Expensive but completely worth it. It makes me think it’d be somewhere Henry Higgins would’ve taken Eliza Dolittle to show her how the wealthy and posh fed themselves. I said to my friend that it was so magical.. it was better than Disneyworld. Better!!!
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