Harrods Cafe Coming to Henley

Harrods are planning to open their first H Café in Henley in October in the old Nicolas wine merchant shop on Market Place.

A spokesperson for Harrods said, “Harrods is establishing a standalone café destination outside of its Knightsbridge home for the first time. H Café, due to open in Henley in October, will offer a menu of dine in and dine out options, replicating the current food-to-go and deli offering seen in our Harrods food halls and restaurants. The new destination will also allow customers to have purchases from Harrods.com delivered and returned to H Café via click-and-collect, allowing a more flexible experience and approach to luxury retailing. The new standalone café is being established during a period of large-scale investment in the Harrods food and beverage division. This Summer Harrods re-opened its Dining Hall, the third instalment in a two-year transformation of Harrods’ historic Food Halls.”

The current Harrods in-house cafe menu can be viewed here.  The plans for the refurbishment have been submitted to SODC and can be viewed here

Helen Barnett, Town Manager said, “We are delighted that Harrods have chosen to open this unique concept in Henley-on-Thames. We have strong interest in the town from a variety of excellent retail and food and beverage operators. We are very keen to give our visitors and residents a unique experience when they come into town.”

3 replies
  1. Jess Lewis says:

    Yes, it will be a unique experience to spend £14.50 on a sandwich and £9.50 on a cake, I will need to save up till Christmas. The towncentre landlords have obviously realised that of course we don’t need to buy our kids school shoes at Clarks, but we do need to spend money like water on Harrods cafe offerings.

  2. Mickyb says:

    Add 10% service charge to all prices.
    A bit of a Micky take when I ordered at the bar myself, then they brought the wrong coffee, oh yes and had to go inside to get my bill.
    Overhyped and over priced


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