Harrods pays homage to retail excess and consumption on a grand scale, and its well-trodden floors offer more than 20 sit-down venues to indulge the appetite. The opulent Georgian Restaurant, with its thick floral carpets and grand piano, presents diners with a high-end buffet of the old school, while newcomers Mango Tree and Pan Chai bring a breath of fresh air to the department store in the form of Thai and pan-Asian offerings respectively. Elsewhere, mini-mezzanine eatery Galvin Demoiselle (perched on the edge of the famous Food Hall) proposes rich pickings, from top-notch charcuterie with cornichons and celeriac rémoulade to desserts including a potent rum baba. There’s also a new Pizzeria – check out the wood-fired seafood special at £40.85. With macaroon Mecca Ladurée also in the mix, all gastronomic bases are covered here – at a price.
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