Knightsbridge-based luxury department store Harrods has opened H Café in Henley-on-Thames, its first-ever stand-alone cafe offering a delicious menu of dine-in and dine-out options replicating the current food-to-go and deli offering in the iconic food halls and restaurants in its five-acre, 330-department, seven-floored store in London.
The H Café in Market Place offers a selection of Harrods’ most popular dishes with breakfast and afternoon options, as well as a full sit-down menu. The cafe hosts a mini food hall and operates as a lifestyle destination; showcasing a curated range of gifting options across food, drink and home accessories. It also offers customers the opportunity to collect and return orders from Harrods.com via their click and collect service.
A Harrods spokesman said: “Harrods is establishing a standalone café destination outside of its Knightsbridge home for the first time. The new destination will also a more flexible experience and approach to luxury retailing”.
Customers can expect the class and luxury that is synonymous with this 170-year-old brand.