This odd-shaped pub in Covent Garden is a specialist in craft beers and ales, offering a unique setting and knowledgeable staff to help you select the perfect tipple.
The traditional Fuller’s pub is loved by Londoners for its unique character. It's laid out over two narrow floors which are both deceptively large, and the walls are adorned with countless beer mats, paying homage to the thousands of guest beers that have graced this little pub.
The Harp is definitely a spot for beer connoisseurs, and the staff are more than happy to let you sample some of the 10 hand-pumped ales on offer before you make that vital decision.
Venue Details & Map
47 Chandos PlaceLondonWC2N 4HS
- +44 (0)20 7836 0291
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Harp
My favorite place to kick back and relax in London. Quaint, homey, but sophisticated place. The feel and style of the place was really impressive. The best spots are upstairs and it's nice to go on a quiet afternoon and read a book or do work there. The bartenders were very friendly and willing to help you out if you don't know your way around drinks. By far my favorite cider was at the Harp.... more
Legendary day in Tither's End! Please check out the Harp if you like good people and a charming atmosphere. more
Awesome local pub. I wish they had this place in my neck of the woods.
Loved the decor of all the coasters from breweries all over. I'm not the biggest fan of cask beer but they had so many good options, I didn't even mind it! more
After a full morning of sightseeing from Westminster to Trafalgar Square (in sub-freezing temperatures), my fiancée and I were ready for a place to warm up, rest our feet, and fill our tummies for lunchtime. A quick look at my London Yelp bookmarks showed that The Harp was right around the corner and seemed like the perfect pub for our midday needs.
One step into the narrow yet inviting pub... more
I was looking for an afternoon pub stop, and found this gem. The Harp is a classic pub. A very narrow bar on the first floor leads to some precarious stairs in the back that take you to a quieter upstairs. The staff is friendly, the beer choices are excellent, and the view upstairs is pleasant. I am hoping to make it here again. more