Now that you’re living in London and are getting your groceries and takeaways delivered right to your front room, you need to explore the other delicious treats and fancies that you can have delivered with a click of your mouse.

If you’re going to go all out and really splash some cash around then I suggest you do this at least once while you are living in London:

Harrods Online

This has to be the ultimate in food delivery and online shopping. Imagine a whole section just for Foie Gras and Truffles! Fine champagnes, exotic and rare wines and a whole host of hampers that will have you drooling at the deliveryman in his Harrods livery.  The poshest hamper is also the most expensive, but if you do feel like treating yourself, and everyone does then ‘The Mayfair’ hamper from Harrods will only set you back £1000.

Over 50 luxury treats sourced from all over the world, and 9 varieties of wine. This is opulence and splendor at its best. We spend a lot of time telling you how to save money while you’re living in London, but just this once we’re going to tell you how to spend, spend, spend! If you’re looking for a taste of London to send back home, then why not try the Harrods ‘Teatime Treat’ hamper which is fully exportable and makes a delicious present for the folks back home. It comes in a Harrods gift box and includes chocolates, shortbreads, jams and English Breakfast Tea. At only £40 excluding delivery it really is a great way to let people know that you’re a real Londoner!

If you’re throwing a party and want to splash out on some gourmet goodies then Fine Foods is the place to go. They have a range of goodies and meals sourced from Harrods, Fortnum and Mason and other top foodie halls. You can ask them to prepare an intimate evening selection for two or a selection of snack for a cocktail party.

Take some time while you’re here to really spoil yourself and make yourself at home.


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