British luxury brand Burberry have caught up to the latest trend among high-end labels by opening up their very first in-house cafe.

The cafe is called Thomas’s, named after Burberry’s founder. It’s situated in the British label’s London flagship store at 121 Regent street. Burberry’s first foray into the world of cuisine serves up all-day British dishes on its “breakfast to dinner” menu. Visitors can expect to dine from options of whole lobster and chips, scrumptious Mersea Rock oysters, Sutton Hoo chicken salad and more, paired with their choice of afternoon tea or champagne.





As a bonus, visitors can purchase home furnishings, stationery, or travel accessories, since the cafe is nestled in the gifting section of the flagship store. Purchases can be embroidered or leather embossed for a more personalized touch as well.



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