Iconic jewellery brand Tiffany & Co has announced the opening of its first European Blue Box Cafe, opening in London this February.

The store’s Blue Box Cafe in its flagship New York store, made famous by the novel and film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, will be evoked with the near-identical interior design.

The cafe will be found on the lower ground floor of Harrods, Knightsbridge from February 2020. Though it will not be a permanent fixture, Tiffany has not stated the precise length of time for which the cafe will remain.


Guests will be able to choose from afternoon tea, dinner and, of course, breakfast menus.

Dishes will include nods to New York, such as The Central Park Salad and The Big Apple, and diners will sit among displays of some of the store’s most valued jewellery.

This is one of several moves the company has made since, late last year, it was acquired by LVMH in a £12billion deal.

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