By The Nation
The delicacies on offer include appetisers like Spicy Scallop and Mash, Truffle Cappuccino, and Diver Scallops and Mango Salad, while the “Harrods Heritage Wellington” – beef or salmon – is the top choice in the main course menu. The beef Wellington is made of top-quality Australian beef tenderloin with foie gras and sautéed mushroom covered in puff pastry and served with sautéed veggies and madeira sauce. The salmon version, meanwhile, is made with Norwegian salmon fillet wrapped with sautéed spinach in puff pastry and served with sautéed veg and beurre blanc sauce.
You can also opt for a plate of pan-roasted juicy Kurobuta pork chop in black-pepper sauce, which is served with mashed potatoes and sautéed vegetables. There’s also Harrod’s very own deluxe version of fish and chips, comprising beer-battered cod served with English fries, tartar sauce and malt vinegar.
Apart from these classics, Harrods has also been serving up Chinese mooncakes from July to September every year. Except this year, it has created its very own version – the Harrods Georgian mooncake, which is infused with its special melon-flavoured tea. Harrods has also toyed around with traditional flavours and come up with Golden Custard with Egg Yolk, White Truffle Custard Cream, Harrods Rose Buds Royal Milk Tea, Harrods Black Currant Hibiscus Tea with Royal Date, and Mon-Thong Durian with Egg Yolk.
You have until September 15 to put in an order for a special Harrods mooncake set worth Bt999.