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.”
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.”