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
I'm not impressed. It's a lot of money and a lot of effort to find this place. The food was very good, but the service was appalling. I won't be back.
Many reviewers have commented on how few servers seem to be working the restaurant. Many have commented that they had to flag down their server. Yet those reviewers have rated this place 4 and 5 stars. Given the price I'm paying, especially...more
Traveled almost an hour to get here, by bus and foot. Have to be dedicated to find it. Pleasant setting. Tables very close together. Seats in chairs need to be reupholstered. Very little cushioning. Noise level extremely loud. Do not think you will be able to converse with table mate.
Food was creative. Only fixed menu pricing. 33 or 39 pounds. Two or three courses. Starter was pigeon ,...more
This was listed as one of the 50 best restaurants of London by Time Out and they're not wrong.
Located in Fulham, this gastro pub has a very nice cosy feeling to it, perfect for dinner with friends, date or even a business dinner. It's a pretty calm/quiet place with tons of space between the tables.
They do a set dinner (2 courses for £33, 3 for £39) which includes the best meat I've eaten in...more
We were lucky enough to snag a late reservation at the Harwood Arms last night. The whole experience was wonderful - even though they were very busy and apparently one waitperson down for the evening the staff were all lovely and very helpful.
The food was incredible and very reasonably priced - if you can get a reservation you will not be disappointed.more
Upon first sight, The Harwood Arms looks like any corner pub. You wouldn't guess it proudly holds a Michelin star. Simple, wooden interior and no tablecloths as expected. Surprisingly, there were plenty of empty tables and it seemed like they only have one seating in the evenings. Did that reflect in the availability and attention of the service staff? Not really. We still had to make faces...more