Following a two-year transformation project, Harrods is set to reopen its Dining Hall, where the department store's chefs will showcase produce sourced from its Roastery & Bake Hall and Fresh Market Hall.
The newly unveiled hall features the Sushi Bar, headed by Eddie Lim, of the Mango Tree group; the Wine Bar, offering an international wine list; and the Fish Bar, serving dishes including Harrods signature fish and chips, ceviche, a catch of the day and smoked salmon from the Faroe Islands.
Meanwhile the Grill will showcase meats ranging from dry-aged beef, wagyu and rotisserie chicken to seasonal game. A classic menu includes T-bone, fillet and porterhouse steaks, all cooked to order over a charcoal grill and served alongside a selection of sides including truffle mac and cheese, triple-cooked fries and creamed green vegetables.
The Pasta Bar will serve up handmade pasta with a daily changing menu based on the produce delivered each morning. The space also features Vineet Bhatia's 26-seat restaurant, Kama by Vineet, which showcases modern takes on regional Indian dishes.
Andy Cook, executive chef at Harrods, said: "The new Dining Hall is a dynamic, live experience celebrating the exceptional level of talent and service our team of 150 in-house chefs and servers deliver daily to our discerning customers. Each menu offers a modern, seasonal and relevant take on traditional dishes, as well new and bespoke house cocktails, all made in-house with the finest ingredients in the world."
The Dining Hall will be open from 11.30am to 9pm each day.