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Wednesday, April 10, 2024


Details from Harrods: 

Prada Caffè is now in London’s iconic Harrod’s department store, where the fashion house is serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, small bites and aperitivo, all in signature Prada interiors. 

Inspired by Prada’s most famous stores – including its first-ever boutique, opened at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in 1913 – Prada Caffè delivered a taste of Milan in Knightsbridge. 

The black-and-white chequered flooring, echoing the brand’s iconic monochrome designs, paves the way to elegant velvet sofas in the season’s pale green, from which guests can admire the floral bas-reliefs that decorate the walls. 

 Outside, a fabulous summer terrace awaits, where revellers can bask in the sunshine with an ice-cold spritz or gelato from the ice-cream stall – also available to takeaway. All the tableware is original and exclusive, selected by Prada to complement the surroundings: think pale-blue Japanese porcelain with a contrasting double black line and crystal glasses featuring the quintessentially Prada triangle motif. 

 There’s more on the menu than impeccable style, though. Promising a modern take on Italian tradition, a wide selection of sweet and savoury dishes offers gourmet refreshments throughout the day. 

For breakfast, Italian coffee accompanies perfect poached eggs and puff pastries, while the lunch menu boasts starters and mains ranging from burrata and zucchini to spinach and ricotta cannelloni with black truffle. In need of a quick post-shopping snack? Look to Prada’s tempting selection of tramezzini (dainty sandwiches) and pizzettes (mini puff pizzas). Or choose from an array of indulgent patisseries and desserts displayed on the grand central counter and back wall. The pistachio cake with pistachio croccantino and cream, sponge cake and vanilla cream is worth the trip alone. Of course, no visit to Prada Caffè is complete without raising a glass. Choose from a wine list spanning Piedmont to Sicily or sit back with a signature cocktail.

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