Today is my last day in London. My flight is in the late afternoon. I thought I should just take advantage of some time in the morning to get to some places I did not manage to visit. I went to Harrods in Knightsbridge.
Harrods is an upmarket department store with over 1 million square feet of retail space. In particular, their food hall has been famous for their variety and quality.
There were a lot of tourists waiting to get in. I see many people taking pictures at the entrances. As in many places I’ve been to, photography is not allowed in the store.
I went straight to the food hall since I got to get back to the hotel and then to the airport. The food was very impressive. The food displays were well laid out. There are actually a few side-by-side food halls in all, including a small Krispy Kreme instore.
I bought the Omelette Salmon Wrap for just under 4 GBP for lunch.
It was a good sized piece.
The omelette wrapped was a little greasy but nicely moist. The salmon inside the wrap was not bad.
That’s all for the London Trip Report series. It was a great experience for me although it was also a tiring trip. I am just glad to get home and get on back with my life! I wish that we could afford to have Suanne and the boys along too for this trip. Well, one day, maybe we’ll get the chance to make this trip together.
Hope you enjoyed this series of London blog. Cheers!
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Very cool, great photos!
I’d love to visit Harrod’s!
You’ll have to check out Richoux’s in Grosvenor Square–great for brunch.
Thanks Lisa for the compliment. Much appreciated.
Hi Kathy: I wish I had more time in Harrods. I wanted to see the Diana “memorial” but did not gave time to search for it.
Hi Monique: A tip too late … I am back in Vancouver already and don’t know if I ever will have the opportunity to visit again. If I do, I’ll look for Richoux’s. Thanks all the same.