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Stop everything: there’s a Nutella pop-up café at Harvey Nichols

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Christmas is a time for giving, spending time with loved ones, spreading good cheer throughout the land, and, of course, stuffing our faces with as many delicious foods as possible.

Perfect timing, then, for the new Nutella pop-up at London’s Harvey Nicholls.

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The single ingredient pop-up is set on a rooftop terrace at the luxury department store, themed to look just like a wintry Alpine lodge. And the entire menu, as you’ve probably guessed, is centred around the chocolatey-hazelnut spread.

Think homemade crêpes, mini focaccias, porridges, parfaits, toasties, and smoothies – all drizzled to the max with Nutella.

Latifa Alouache, senior head chef at Harvey Nichols, told the Evening Standard: “Nutella is perfect for incorporating into breakfast dishes — it can be used as a spread, or drizzled.

“The yoghurt parfait is a little bit different. It combines crumbled scones with yoghurt, berries, Nutella and hazelnut. It sounds like there’s a lot going on, but it tastes delicious and looks great.”

The Nutella pop-up is part of Harvey Nichols’ ‘Britalia’ celebrations, a campaign that sees the luxury retailer introduce Italian collections instore and online at harveynichols.com.

Read more: 10 sandwiches to up your lunch game in London

Stacey Cartwright, CEO of Harvey Nichols, says: “We’re thrilled to be working with the Italian Ministry of Economic Development and the Italian Trade Agency to bring the best of Italy to our customers. Italian culture is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and we’re extremely excited to be part of this by introducing limited edition products, emerging brands, theatre and talent to Harvey Nichols this winter.”

So the Nutella terrace launched today so obviously this just happened... #lunch #nutella #sugarcoma #harveynichols

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And, yes, there’s a chance to get your own personalised Nutella jar, too.

However, if your mind is still firmly on the Nutella pop-up, it’s worth remembering that it will only run for eight weeks. If you want to get in, you better move fast.

Spread the word, everyone…

The Nutella pop-up will run at Harvey Nichols until 8 January 2017, and will be open 8am - 11pm Monday to Saturday, and 11am - 6pm on Sundays. 



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