As a department store that has always prided itself on providing the best experience since its opening days, it’s no wonder that it has the biggest choice of spaces to eat and drink (and that’s before trying samples in the food hall!)
Alto by San Carlo brings Italian cuisine to Selfridges’ rooftop for delicious food paired with incredible views over the West End. Perfect for business lunches or a quiet getaway from busy London life whether the sun is shining or the capital’s famous rain makes an appearance. Expect classic cuisine including pizza, pasta and Mediterranean fish dishes.
A favourite London restaurant with a few select locations, Aubaine is a French bistro with class. The menu here has been created exclusively for Selfridges so even if you’ve tried Aubaine before, it’s worth a visit. You’ll find it among the second floor shoe gallery and you can expect the décor to be as chic as the surroundings.
Dolly’s is named after a duo of glamorous showgirls from the 1920s who were favourites of Selfridges founder Harry Gordon Selfridge. The glamorous vintage theme continues throughout making it the perfect spot for a champagne afternoon tea that will transport you back to another era.
Exuding the charm and sophistication of Selfridges’ American founder, Harry Gordon’s Bar and Kitchen is perfect for after-work or post-shopping drinks and a catch up with friends. If you get peckish, there’s a selection of tapas and small plates to go with your cocktail.
Healthy eating gurus Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley opened their first ever dining space at Selfridges in 2016. Hemsley + Hemsley is the perfect place, appropriately located at the Body Studio on level three, to drop in for beautifully Instagrammable dishes that will leave you feeling revived, refreshed and glowing.
The newest edition to Selfridges culinary offering is trendy coffee spot Elan, known for stunning floral décor and delicate, colourful treats which are a feast for the eyes and stomach. This will certainly hit the sweet spot for you.
The Brass Rail has been a fixture of the food hall since 1966. With a menu of New York-inspired, relaxed dining, their hot salt beef sandwiches are the signature dish you have to try.
The Corner Restaurant & Champagne Bar on level two serves up fine dining and afternoon tea in a light and airy Art Deco setting. The menu lists pan-European cuisine and a great selection of bubbles including French, Italian, rosé and vintage varieties.
The Fount Bar is the perfect stop for fashion lovers to pull up a chair and grab a cocktail in between browsing. Amongst the luxury accessories hall on the ground floor, highly-regarded mixologist Ryan Chetiyawardana has created a menu inspired by the surroundings evoking tales of craftsmanship and creativity.
Finally, The Selfridges Kitchen on level four is perfect for a quick lunch inspired by world food trends. In the mood for sushi? Curry? Lebanese? It’s all in one place at this canteen-style restaurant.