The Harwood Arms

Gastropub
The Harwood Arms The Harwood Arms in Fulham, London is a Michelin-rated gastropub that focuses on wild game entrées. Come eat Bambi in London with Party Earth. London England 51.48292 -0.196552
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The Harwood Arms - Gastropub in London.
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Party Earth Review Although it looks like just another quaint neighborhood pub, The Harwood Arms has become a destination for fine dining – and the owners have the Michelin star to prove it. Hidden away in the residential zone... ... read full review

  • Neighborhood:

    Fulham
  • Address:

    Walham Grove & Farm Lane
    London SW6 1QP

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  • Tube:

    District Line: Fulham Broadway

  • Phone:

    020 7386 1847

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  • Hours:

    Restaurant: M 6:30–9:30pm, Tu–Sa noon–3pm and 6:30–9:30pm, Su 12:30–4pm and 7–9pm
    Bar: M 5:30–11pm, Tu–Th, Su noon–11pm, F–Sa noon–midnight

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth The Harwood Arms Review

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The Harwood Arms in Fulham, London is a Michelin-rated gastropub that focuses on wild game entrées. Come eat Bambi in London with Party Earth.

Although it looks like just another quaint neighborhood pub, The Harwood Arms has become a destination for fine dining – and the owners have the Michelin star to prove it.

Hidden away in the residential zone of Fulham, the surprisingly large space is decorated with gentle splashes of white and sage on the walls, an understated bar planted to the side, and cushioned benches and funky, rustic oak tables that wouldn’t look out of place in a hipster café in Dalston.

The culinary experience, not the furnishings, is the major selling point, with a menu leaning toward seasonal game specialties and a commitment to British countryside treats – from the cured fillet beef and rabbit shoulder starters to entrées like fallow deer and North Yorkshire grouse.

The clientele varies widely, with dapper city slickers next to young upmarket tourists and savvy foodies of all sorts, many of whom heard of the venue via word-of-mouth and were unable to resist the incessant ravings over the traditional Scotch eggs and brown sugar doughnuts (stuffed with sour cream!) alone.

Cozy fireplaces and a solid international wine list add to the pub’s appeal as a date spot, especially since the vibe is inherently relaxed, save perhaps for the playful rowdiness of Tuesday’s once-a-month quiz night.

A decadent pub that still values local traditions, The Harwood Arms is an unpretentious eatery of the finest standard.

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Tip from Jonah:

The venison on your plate didn’t come from the farm. Read Harwood’s fascinating account on their website about the deer hunts involved in bringing this savory dish to the menu.

  • Crowd

    Diverse mix of foodies, in-the-know tourists, classy couples, friends celebrating a special event, trendy locals, and anyone in the mood for a unique dining experience, mid-20s to late 40s+.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Pop soundtrack during the day that’s usually lightly amped up for evening, but never the focus. Pub quiz on the first Tuesday of every month from 8pm.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Michelin star-rated menu of seasonally changing treats with an emphasis on British traditional and wild game entrées, including, when in season, venison Scotch egg, grilled monkfish, Berkshire roe deer steak, and cheek and jowl of Middlewhite pork. Limited vegetarian menu available.

    Reservations highly recommended.

  • Prices

    Bar snacks £2.50–£8.50, starters £7.50–£9.50, entrées £17–£18, desserts £7.50–£8.50. Beer £4+, wine £4–£10/glass or £16.50–£90+/bottle, spirits £6.50+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual: pinstripe suits, chinos, crisp shirts, designer skirts, fitted sweaters, understated dresses.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any night with a reservation in hand to check out the ever-changing menu, or the first Tuesday of the month to check out the ever-changing menu along with a pub quiz.

  • Close By

    Cock Tavern (360 North End Road) is a popular contemporary watering hole with a dash of retro flare – including vintage posters and telephones in some of the booths to dial in a drink order – and offers a collection of small plates to go with its array of craft beers.

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