London’s Harrods department store has welcomed the opening of a high-end sandwich shop under furniture company Tom Dixon. 

The sandwich bar has been designed as a “chic and comfortable bolthole” within the world-renowned department store. The 152sq m space takes inspiration from classical London club interiors, with deep green, dark blue and burgundy featuring.

Tom Dixon Sandwich is furnished with the latest brass lighting fixtures and upholstered club chairs, marble tables and metal screens, all from the Tom Dixon collection and sandwiched between the two Tom Dixon furniture concessions on the third floor.

The shop will serve breakfast and an array of sandwiches for lunch. Breakfast items include soft boiled Clarence Court duck egg with Black Combe Ham soldiers (£5.90) and The Harrods bacon sandwich (£9.90).

Lunch options range from a Welsh rarebit melted open Cheddar cheese sandwich (£11.90) or roasted Scottish beef, celeriac remoulade, horseradish and crispy shallots on a crusty roll (£12.90) to an open salmon sandwich with sweet pickled cucumber and dill butter in a soft glazed roll (£18.50).

The shop also offers sharing plates of British cheese and British charcuterie (£14.90/£16.90) and three salad options.