Harrods has unveiled late-night dining options with extended hours in the store’s iconic Dining Hall, the new Moët & Chandon Champagne Bar, Harrods Social by Jason Atherton, The Tiffany Blue Box Café and Baccarat Bar. As the rest of the store closes, these Harrods restaurants and bars spring to life. The late-night concept at Harrods includes all six restaurants in the Harrods Dining Hall, so you can enjoy dinner until 11pm from Tuesday to Saturday.
The Dining Hall is made up of six diverse and indulgent restaurants including The Grill, Pasta Evangelists, Kerridge’s Fish & Chips, Caviar House & Prunier, Kama by Vineet and The Sushi Bar. From authentic flavours of India to handmade pasta and the finest freshly caught seafood, The Dining Hall restaurants are grand culinary destinations that celebrate the quality of the produce that fills the store’s world-renowned Food Halls.
The Moët & Chandon Champagne Bar is open until 9pm Monday-Saturday (until 6pm Sundays) with a full selection of Moët & Chandon champagnes available by the glass and bottle. From the elegant blonde notes of the Brut Impérial NV to the sweet aromas of the House’s Grand Vintage Rosé, there are also plenty of champagne cocktails. Look out for the Moët & Chandon Legacy Champagne Grand Vintage and Legacy Champagne Rare Limited-Edition Bottle Collections – with the likes of a 1959 Grand Vintage Magnum worth £4,400 on offer.
The bar itself is a complete feast to the senses too. For the complete experience, pull up a seat at the glowing bar, where the counter is hand-sculpted to mimic the terroir of the Épernay Champagne region. Look above and you will see a shimmering chandelier, inspired by the bubbles and effervescence of Champagne, with organic curves that reference the Moët & Chandon historic chalk cellars.
With an array of sweet and savoury dishes to accompany the Champagne, try the signature ‘Choux Love’ dish – a dessert of choux pastry buns with a mango & passion fruit diplomat filling (each branded with one of the four M O Ë T letters) – to the tempting Cheese Délice – a stunning Burrata Stracciatella with a little kimchi inside, garnished with some black sesame.
Jason Atherton has created two set menus at Harrods Social. The menus comprise a clever combination of hearty, locally-sourced ingredients from the best suppliers, all expertly prepared and layered with delicate flavours.
The two-course set menu is available for £34 and three-course set menu for £42, both served with a glass of fizz and feature a choice of starters including seared tuna with avocado purée and ponzu dressing or Cumbrian beef tartare, and mains as such as Cornish hake with a white miso emulsion and crispy squid with peppercorn dressing. For desserts, there is the 82% chocolate tart, olive oil sponge with Provence lemon curd, or a Madagascan vanilla crème brûlée with a Champagne and strawberry jus.
The Tiffany Blue Box Café is the height of glamour surrounded by Tiffany-blue cups, Tiffany jewels, amazonite stone features and hand-painted Tiffany motifs. It opens on Friday and Saturday for dinner until 10pm, serving an enticing £49 four-course taste of Manhattan. Dishes such as crispy rock oysters in a champagne butter sauce and confit salmon risotto are followed by mains including a roast of lamb and a globe artichoke barigoule. Finish with the apple pie served with Madagascan vanilla and mascarpone. You can also enjoy the Dinner at Tiffany’s set menu with an expertly paired glass of wine for each course for £29.
The Baccarat Bar offers a swanky evening drinks destination with an awe-inspiring menu of delectable cocktails served in the finest Baccarat crystal and a tantalising array of small dishes, from truffle fries to beef-cheek beignets and foie gras burgers, on Wednesday to Saturday until 11:30pm. Sparkling chandeliers illuminate the bar, while the French crystal expert’s signature rouge glows care of plush velvet and leather banquettes.
Baccarat Bar is also the proud home to the ultimate Louis XIII experience: the Mathusalem serve. Discover the timeless fragrance of Louis XIII served from the record-breaking Mathusalem which comes with three food pairings exclusively created by Harrods’ chefs including Oscietra caviar, pomegranate granita and bellota ham shavings. The ultimate sensory experience.
To discover more, visit: harrods.com
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