House of Fraser Food Hall

Published: 25th September 2007
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Foodies will be in fodder heaven in one of leading department store chain House of Fraser's food halls. Described by the store as "an area guaranteed to delight, selling everything from tasty take-out to delicious delicacies from around the world," World of Food - as it's known in-store - is a stylish yet entirely functional destination for the fashionable food lover. It boasts a butchery, bakery, fishmongers, delicatessen and a fresh produce section and, although customers will be able to find all the elements of a fully-stocked grocery shop, there are also many exclusive and luxury foodstuffs on offer. Try the Beluga caviar, vintage pate, fresh langoustine, or speciality confectionery for example. Customers can stop and enjoy eat-in food from international, south east Asian and seafood and steak counters (where you can pick any cut of meat, fish or vegetable from around the hall and have it cooked), as well as from a Yo! Sushi concession. So, if it's a glass of wine and a snack or meal at lunchtime following some serious shopping, or at the end of a tiring day, World of Food has something for everyone. You'll find plenty of well-trained and only-too-happy-to-help staff - all of whom have been picked specially for their passion and ability to bring something individual to World of Food; whether that be a background as a pastry chef, or as a chef who has worked all his life in family Italian restaurants. As is de rigueur at House of Fraser quality and exclusivity are key ingredients, and the result is an engaging place to both shop and eat: a one-of-its-kind food hall, and the icing on the House of Fraser cake.

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