Harrods of London - The Food Hall

Harrods is Britain's most famous store and possibly the most famous store in the world.  So after my trip to Borough Market with one day travel card in hand I was off again on the underground to catch a tube to Knightsbridge.

Harrods Food Hall

Once at Knightsbridge, just follow the way out sign that says Brompton Road and when you get to the top of the stairs you'll be right next to an entrance to Harrods.  I realise there are a lot of photos here, but I don't think you'll find them boring.
Just look at the ceiling and chandelier - what an amazing fruit design.

Harrods Food Hall Ceiling

Harrods Food Hall Deli

Harrods Food Hall Veg

By the way, the large haggis to the left of this picture below was £45.00

Harrods Food Hall Haggis
 Harrods Food Hall Cheese

Harrods Food Hall Chinese

Harrods Food Hall Delicatessen

Harrods Food Hall Pies
                                                                                                                                                               
Harrods Food Hall Fresh Fish
  Harrods Food Hall Ice Sculpture
 Harrods Food Hall Seafood

Harrods Food Hall Flowers

Harrods Food Hall Fresh Food
                                                                
Harrods Food Hall Cured Meats

Harrods Food Hall Salami

Harrods Food Hall The Sea Grill Bar

Harrods Food Hall Sushi Bar

Harrods Food Hall Pate


Harrods Food Hall Indian Food

Harrods Food Hall Sweet Shop


Harrods Food Hall Candy

Take the lift or escalator to the lower ground floor.


Harrods Lower Ground Floor

Harrods Egyptian

And you'll find a memorial to Princess Diana and Dodi.  Can you see the two wine glasses in the picture?  They remain unwashed and were found in their hotel room the night they were both (very sadly) killed.

Harrods Princess Diana and Dodi
I hope you enjoyed the pictures, I can never go to London without a visit to Harrods.   If you're ever in London I can also highly recommend a trip to the famous Borough Market.

4 comments

  1. Ahhhhhhh! Spiritual home. Spent so much time there when living in London - the food bars there were ideally placed between work & albert hall - and great when you see it being cooked in front of you - can't be fresher. Like the ultimate 'fast' food. And the ingredients - when you can't find what you need anywhere else - they always have it.

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  2. Great pictures Jan...how on earth did you manage to find it so empty...it's usually heaving!

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  3. Oh my goodness foodie heaven.

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  4. I spent hours there looking at every little thing. I got sugar canisters there that sit on my counter. Love looking at them. Loved this post. Brought back good memories. :-)

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Cheers
Jan




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