Pop-Up Prada Caffè Opened at Harrods

Following the hot pink Jimmy Choo pop-up café last Summer and the dotty collaboration with Yayoi Kusama this year, a new hot pop-up opened its doors within Harrods. Prada Caffé officially opened on 31stMarch and its all-day menu offers breakfast and lunch options, evening cocktails and Italian classics, such as risotto and buffalo mozzarella.



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Mint-Green Walls and Black-and-White Chequered Floor


Prada Pop-Up Caffe at Harrods

Photo: Urban Adventurer


The Prada pop-up café is designed to look like the historic Prada opened at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan in 1913. The black-and-white floor echoes the brand’s iconic monochrome design, while the walls, ceilings and sofas are adorned with the brand’s elegant signature pale green colour.


Prada Caffe - Harrods

Photo: Urban Adventurer


At the front, a large counter offers pastries and cakes for eat in or takeaway. Cakes are decorated with the iconic triangular Prada logo, and there is a floor-to-ceiling display of branded chocolates and luxury candies.


Exclusive Tableware from Japan


Coffee and Cake at Prada Pop-Up Caffe Harrods

Photo: Urban Adventurer


All the tableware is exclusively selected by Prada. Food is served on original pale-blue Japanese porcelain plates, featuring the brand’s triangle motif, while wines and cocktails are served in hand-blown crystal glasses to complement the surroundings.


Practical Info


Prada Pop-Up Caffe London

Photo: Urban Adventurer


Prada Caffé is open from 31st March 2023 – 7th January 2024



Harrods – the entrance is on Hans Road, Knightsbridge


Opening Times

Mon-Sat: 9am-9pm

Sun: 12pm-6pm


Booking Required

Yes – book your table here




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