The Harp serves beers, wines and spirits as well as their infamous O'Hagen sausage and onion baguettes. Emanating a traditional feel, this pub is adorned with a collection of portraits.
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Venue Details & Map
47 Chandos PlaceCharing CrossLondonWC2N 4HS
- +44 (0)20 7836 0291
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
A traditional English Ale Pub. We came in on a late Sunday afternoon to grab a few pints. It was lightly packed downstairs, with some smokers out front and a good crowd inside. They were kind in offering samples of some different ales before we chose and settled on a whole pint. They have a huge collection of tap keys adoring the top of the bar. Bar tenders were super friendly and beer was...more
A pub, is a pub, is a pub. This place is really cool if you happen to be in the area and want to feel a somewhat authentic English pub with a happy mix of tourists, 'locals' and the old school English pub vibe without using your Oyster to get to Zone 3. Downstairs is small and intimate and it's very fun with hundreds of (thousand?) coasters decorating the top of the bar, but it's still just a...more
This is an incredible real ale pub just out of the tourist's way from Trafalgar Square (shhhh - don't tell the Americans! :D) We'd just had a drink over at the Sherlock Holmes, but this pub was more indicative of the type of drinking establishments we were interested in - historic interiors and a few real cask ales on tap.
So, let's talk about cask ale. For those concerned about the English...more
What I would call a proper boozer! Looking for somewhere to meet up with my older brother, we needed somewhere close to tubes and fairly noticeable. After The Harp was suggested (and a quick look on City Mapper), we had a wander through Embankment Memorial and then took the short walk across to the pub.
It's small inside, and I can see why it would attract tourists - it reminded me very much...more