Planning a shopping trip to Oxford Street? Here are a few places on and off the main drag where you can pop in for a bite to eat when you lose the will to do any more shopping or simply want to escape the crowds.
First, we had Claridge's launching their Loubi Express cocktail bar with just eight seats. Now Selfridges have unveiled their Veuve Clicquot Le Tram bar in time for the festive season.
The oh-so-Instagrammable bar has just 10 seats and will serve up Veuve Clicquot champagne and cocktails
London has started getting a few new luxe cinemas where the food is a little more than nachos and popcorn. The latest to open is a cinema right in the heart of Selfridges on Oxford Street - but alas you can't take the food into the screening with you.
The Cinema at Selfridges is now open on their lower ground floor (there's a direct entrance from the street too) and has been created
The latest Market Hall has landed just off Oxford Street. It's their largest food court yet - we went down for a first look.
The march of the food court continues with the latest Market Hall coming to Oxford Street. A huge site, this features 11 food traders, 4 bars and a roof terrace too.
There are quite a lot of changes happening all over Selfridges at the moment - and the latest is their confectionary department. If you've visited before, you'll have found quite the selection at the back of the shop - but now it's been brought right into the middle - waiting for you in a huge space as you take the escalators into the lower ground floor.
You'll be able to find plenty of chocolates down here from US
London's more fashionable foodies should hotfoot it over to Selfridges as soon as they can if they want any chance of getting hold of the latest KITH capsule collection with Nobu.
The 17 piece set just dropped at the brand's Selfridges store, but judging by the reaction on Instagram, lord knows how long it'll be in stock for.
On sale are a range of outfits that tie in with the Nobu brand. There are quilted jackets with Japanese and
If you've been to Anne-Sophie Pic's restaurant La Dame de Pic, you'll know that one of the highlights of the meal is the very impressive millefeuille dessert at the end. It's VERY instagrammable. Now she's bringing the millefeuille to Selfridges - but as a trio of three flavours.
They'll be on offer at The Fount Bar by Ryan Chetiyawardana (aka Mr Lyan) on the shop's ground floor. There will
If highly instagrammable desserts aren't your thing, then you'll maybe want to give new Marylebone cafe a swerve. Opened by chef Zahra Khan over the weekend - who's also responsible for the VERY pink nearby cafe Feya - this new dessert spot says it's all about offering "an aesthetically appealing vibe to be the next go-to millennial stop."
If you can look past that guff, it does sound like the
This food hall at the junction of Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road has an extremely impressive collection of restaurants taking part. But how does it all work and what's on offer? We head along to find out.
It's all change at Selfridges where their second floor spot, The Corner Restaurant, now has a new NYC chef running the show. Grant Clark, who comes here via The Breslin where he worked with April Bloomfield and the East Village classic, Hearth, has taken over as Head Chef.
Tucked into one corner of the store's Oxford Street building (you enter via the Women’s Designer Galleries) the restaurant's
As the weather takes a turn for the better again (looks out the window - not yet) this new mash-up at Selfridges may be just the thing. Popping up at the Snowflake gelato shop for a few weeks is a mash-up between Blondies Kitchen and Snowflake Gelato - an ice cream and cookie pop-up.
On offer is:
Following El Pastor and, more recently Casa Pastor, the Harts Group are getting ready for another Mexican kitchen, this time as part of the new Arcade Food Theatre in Center Point.
As one of six kitchens in the Arcade, one of the main focuses will be around their corn tacos. And included in them will be:
Plus Flat Iron, Casa do Frango and Chotto Matte. Some of London's best restaurants are getting together at the end of Oxford Street.
The original MEATliquor relocates to a brand new - and much more permanent - site just 500 metres away from where they first started.
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