A rural haven in the middle of Fulham, The Harwood Arms provides diners with a really relaxed venue for eating the finest British produce, cooked amazingly well, accompanied by excellent beer and wine at a great price. The Harwood Arms is currently London's only Michelin-starred pub.
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The Harwood Arms
27 Walham GroveFulhamLondonSW6 1QR
- Public transport:
- Fulham Broadway, Underground
A hidden gem in the West Kensington/Earl's Court underground stations area. We stayed at Holiday Inn at North End Road and had a couple of rainy nights to have dinner close to our hotel. After looking through Yelp findings and reviews we decided to give this restaurant a try. A good 10 minutes walk from busy street into to the residential area was well worth it.
Now to the restaurant...more
I went here only for the bar menu. I purposely came here at an off time around 3pm and I had no problem getting a seat at the bar. I don't know what they normally serve for lunch, but the bar menu items are excellent and we'll worth the money and trip out to Fulham from central London.
Harwood scotch egg- I essentially came here for this and it didn't disappoint. Crunchy on the outside,...more
4.5 rounded up. The restaurant is known for their high quality, fresh game meat. I guess you can say they've got their game on. ;)
With reservations made a month in advance, two weeks out being sufficient, we headed to Fulham on a lazy afternoon for a late lunch.
Our plan: Eat, drink and be merry!
The location was hidden down the neighborhood's back streets, a charming walk leading to the...more
Let's start by saying that it was great!
Even if it's a little far from the center it's totally worth it. The service is perfect, they will be there to answer to any of your request but won't be too present. The place feels cosy, like a good old familial pub should be but with a hint of "poshness". Quiet and with plenty of space.
The food was also amazing (Time out Top 50) and I loved...more
Tested and approved yesterday night after a great dinner with my in-laws. Don't get fooled by the low-key pub-ish name, this is a proper 1 michelin star restaurant. 2 courses will cost you 33£, 3 courses 39£, and you really get what you pay for.
Too much choice isn't necessary helpful, and I like the fact that the daily menu offer is limited. I went for the "Buttered Cornish crab on English...more