Sun: 11:30 - 18:00
Mon: 09:30 - 21:00
Tues: 09:30 - 21:00
Wed: 09:30 - 21:00
Thurs: 09:30 - 21:00
Fri: 09:30 - 21:00
Sat: 09:30 - 21:00
Nearest StationBond Street
Selfridges' Food Hall offers a mix of cafés and restaurants for you to enjoy, from The Brass Rail, Snowflake Gelato to the Champagne & Oyster Bar by Caviar House & Prunier.
An iconic department store in the most famous shopping street in central London... Five stars are totally deserved!
You will be able to to find the best and most luxurious products all arranged under one roof, with the charm and the perfect indulgence of a first class location to help you to make your best choices.
For your best comfort and convenience, you can relax among one or more of the several restaurants, bars and coffee shops, where fine food and delicious drinks are available to suit the choices of anyone.
Anything you want you can easily find, from top level jewelry to gourmet food and from the most famous style clothing to luxury tableware...
Two are the only things that you need to make a perfect day... A clear idea on what you want to buy, because you will find too much of everything... And a limit-less platinum credit card to pay the bill!
Alto is the "Tops"
Lovely setting, bustling, lively atmosphere.
Alto manages to balance friendly, attentive service, with quick delivery of an excellent range of top quality Italian food.
Even though the terrace was closed on the evening we went, all agreed what an enjoyable time we had. Would recommend and will return.
Alto rooftop bar was so lovely. Really tasty cocktails and food. The only issue was the waiting time, but the way it was set up was beautiful. I’d recommend trying the basil cocktail - very refreshing!
If you want to see how the other half lives, just walk through the jewelry and high end designer sections. The amount of money being thrown around is mind boggling if you aren't used to it. The store does have anything you could ever want. The food hall has a great variety of all sorts of items. Way overpriced though. I believe I saw a roasted half chicken for £30. Wild. It's an interesting place and certainly worth a visit or two if you like to shop. My wife went there about six times...lucky me.
It sells clothes, which are boring. But it also had food, which is interesting. Boring? Interesting? I'm really not sure. I think I'll have a bit more of a walk round and make a decision later. I'll probably end up pondering it for a while, let it digest, sink in and then come to a final decision. I'm currently coming down on the side of boring.