Harrod’s food hall, London

While in London I made a quickie trip to Harrod’s food hall. This is only a tiny portion of what you can find there.

pizzeria

pizzeria

Easter chocolates

Easter chocolates

When I saw this one I got excited. And then I saw the “jelly” part and I cringed a little inside.

Cured ox tongue with jelly

Cured ox tongue with jelly

bakery and a Krispy Kreme

bakery and a Krispy Kreme

We bought a loaf of this to share. I think it gave us mild food poisoning. 😦

foccacia

foccacia

These Princi Rustici were yummy – basically mini stuffed croissants.

Princi Rustici Ham and Princi Rustici Spinach

Princi Rustici Ham and Princi Rustici Spinach

These were yummy too. They were basically cheese flavoured, flaky and buttery short bread.

cheese straws

cheese straws

mini fondant cakes

mini fondant cakes

And which photos didn’t I take? Well there’s a sushi bar, ice cream, cheese store, fancy chocolates, charcuterie, a huge selection of teas and coffees, and so on. A one stop, expensive shop!

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3 thoughts on “Harrod’s food hall, London

  1. I actually have two posts of this floor that I never published as I just haven’t had time YET – they are waiting for me to do the writing in. And, you know me, I cannot edit a smörgåsbord of photos of food. Wasn’t it fun? I have NEVER in MY LIFE seen such a food floor. It was a sensory overload. Your photos are amazing and the feel is so calm here…. but it was crazy, wasn’t it?
    So fun to share the same memories with you!
    🙂
    Valerie

    • The other areas were quite busy with people but for some reason at that moment the bakery was rather quiet which is probably why my photos look so calm! 😉

      The first time I went to Harrod’s I think I walked around the place with my mouth open in shock at the abundance of stuff that you could buy. This time, my second, I was more interested in being amused at the reactions of my friends who hadn’t been in there before.

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