Harvey Nichols Leeds announces new winter terrace, patisserie, and festive menu
‘Iconic’ Leeds store Harvey Nichols is known for its festive window displays, in-store activations, and events, and 2023 is no exception.
Not only is the famous Fourth Floor Brasserie revealing an ‘indulgent’ winter and Christmas Dining menu, but it is also unveiling its all-new all-weather terrace in collaboration with Patrón El Cielo Terrace and Edible Arts Patisserie.
Designed exclusively for Harvey Nichols by the premium tequila brand, the new heated terrace has undergone its biggest makeover to date. New winter serves include the Blood Orange and Gingerbread Fizz, which mixes Patrón El Cielo with Harvey Nichols Champagne, blood orange and gingerbread syrup.
Other highlights include the Cinnamon & Black Pepper Old Fashioned and the Honey & Chestnut Sour. The brand’s tequila collection is also available in the Fourth Floor Wine Shop and expected to be a bestseller for Christmas 2023.
Another addition to the festive line up is Edible Arts Patisserie. From Saturday 18 November, the team will be on hand with a selection of macarons and chocolates from their new home on the Fourth Floor. Created by top pastry chef Damien Wager, the Patisserie will feature a selection of limited-edition flavours, exclusive to Harvey Nichols.
The Fourth Floor Brasserie has also announced its ‘highly anticipated’ winter and Christmas Dining menu. Starters include a Blue Cheese Mousse with pear and walnut, and a Tuna Eclair with oyster emulsion, cucumber, red wine vinegar jelly and crispy shallots.
Mains range from the classic Roasted Turkey Breast with braised turkey leg pie to a Roasted Beef Fillet with truffle-infused jus and Pan-fried Hake with saffron potatoes.
By Matthew Neville – Senior Correspondent, Bdaily
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