For those who have always dreamt of having breakfast at Tiffany, you now really can – because Tiffany & Co have opened Europe’s first ‘blue box’ cafe on the lower ground floor of Harrods, Knightsbridge.
Open for a limited time in February and offering breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner, starting from £39 per person for a set menu, the cafe features a striking interior décor which mirrors that of the famous Blue Box Cafe in the Tiffany flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City – and boasts unique design touches created exclusively for the luxury location.
The brand’s iconic shade of Tiffany Blue is infused throughout, creating the illusion of dining inside one of Tiffany’s famed Blue Boxes.
Meanwhile, the interiors pay homage to Tiffany’s heritage of craftsmanship and its greatest source of inspiration – nature itself – with striking amazonite stone features and hand painted Tiffany’s Flora and Fauna motif.
Tiffany & Co have officially opened Europe’s first ‘blue box’ cafe on the lower ground floor of luxury shopping location Harrods, Knightsbridge. Pictured, inside
The cafe will be themed with Tiffany and Co’s signature pale blue iconic colour scheme. The restaurant has designed interiors to mimic the elegance of the classic 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Audrey Hepburn seen)
All this is seen alongside playful and unexpected touches and elegant finishes, quintessential to the core of the Tiffany brand, which has celebrated everyday luxury and championed beauty and joy for over 180 years.
Guests can expect a memorable experience, surrounded by Tiffany jewels while enjoying an exclusive menu made with the highest quality, locally sourced ingredients.
The menu is a refined and playful take on contemporary cuisine, with a set breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner menus available.
Notable dishes include The Central Park Salad, The Big Apple, The Box Cake and The Nest.
Guests can expect a memorable experience, surrounded by Tiffany jewels while enjoying an exclusive menu made with the highest quality, locally sourced ingredients. Pictured, inside the cafe
The interior also features striking amazonite stone features and hand painted Tiffany’s Flora and Fauna motif (pictured)
Tiffany & Co. taxis line up outside Harrods to collect guests of the Tiffany Blue Box Cafe at Harrods, which is now open to the public
All dishes are served on the Tiffany & Co. ‘Color Block’ bone china, as part of a beautiful Tiffany tablescape (pictured)
All dishes are served on the Tiffany & Co. ‘Color Block’ bone china, as part of a beautiful Tiffany tablescape.
Tiffany’s Home & Accessories collection and elevated Everyday Objects is also be available for purchase at Harrods, for those who want to bring a little bit of the Breakfast – lunch or dinner – at Tiffany’s dining experience home with them.
For breakfast guests can enjoy all-butter croissants with a choice of truffle-eggs Florentine, caviar and pancakes, Faroe-Islands smoked salmon, as well as other mouth-watering options.
Otherwise, afternoon tea starting from £69 per person is also available, with dainty finger sandwiches ‘with a luxury twist’, freshly baked scones and a patisserie selection inspired by Tiffany & Co.’s heritage on offer.
Finally diners can also opt for a set three course supper starting at £42 per person, with wine and cocktails paired with the menu.
Richard Moore, divisional vice president, Global Store Design and Creative Visual Merchandising, Tiffany & Co commented: ‘We are excited to introduce The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe in Europe and it seems only fitting to do so at Harrods, one of the world’s most iconic department stores.’
‘We have a long-standing presence in London and by introducing The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe here, we offer our customers in this city yet another way to immerse themselves in the world of Tiffany.’
The classic jewellery brand offers guests breakfast, afternoon tea or dinner on hand-painted crockery complete with Tiffany motifs and surrounded by jewels
The pop-up, which first opened on New York’s Fifth in November 2017, is open for a limited time in February 2020 and takes both advanced book ins and walk-ins, with a set breakfast menu starting at £39 per person