This rural haven in the middle of Fulham is a collaboration between Brett Graham of the famed Ledbury restaurant, Mike Robinson of the acclaimed Pot Kiln pub in rural Berkshire and Edwin Vaux from the famous Vaux brewery.
The idea is to provide Londoners with a really relaxed venue for eating the finest British produce, cooked amazingly well, accompanied by excellent beer and wine at a great price.
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 12pm - 2.15pm,;
Lunch: Saturday - Sunday: 12pm - 2.45pm,;
Dinner: Monday- Saturday: 6:15pm - 9:30pm, Sunday: 06:15pm - 09:15pm
Please note we are closed until 5:30pm every Monday.
My first Michelin star meal and it was delectable! Also my introduction to eating game and the roast deer for the main course was in that perfect sweet spot of rich taste and melt-in-mouth texture. And the complimentary ice cream sandwich they sent out for our anniversary was such a sweet touch as well.
A very good dining experience (though also keeping perspective that it is a gastropub), looking forward to returning for future gamey treats!
We visited Harwood Arms with friends from Chicago - it is always a highlight to our visits to London. Would recommend to anyone looking for a fantastic meal in a very chill setting.
Brilliant service. Worth exploring the specials menu.
Excellent lunch with my wife having the set blackboard 3 course and I had the a la carte starter and mains and dessert from the board - freshly made doughnuts with black currant jam and accompanied by a lemon cream!
We were celebrating my husbands birthday, great food, very good service and a good ambience. We will definitely be back.
Delicious seasonal menu coupled with great, unintrusive service. Restaurant was full so there was good buzz which made for a fun evening.
Me and my partner went for a 3 course menu - everything was delicious!! It is traditional British food but with a refined twist.
Staff is very friendly, venue is cosy and relaxed - not your typical stiff Michelin star restaurant. We will definitely visit again and have already recommended this place to several friends.
I was in town for a conference and had some extra time in the days leading up to it and wanted to eat somewhere close to my hotel (which was in Chelsea). I saw that Harwood Arms had a Michelin star and availability the night of my arrival (finding a reservation for 1 is typically near-impossible). The service was amazing. I didn't feel that sometimes-familiar feeling of disdain for solo diners -- everyone was so gracious. I never felt rushed to free the table. Anyway, the food was fabulous. The bread was delicious and warm -- freshly-sliced. Just everything was delicious and a perfect meal to welcome me to London!
Fabulous food and good service. I just wish the decor was cosier and less modern.
A friend and I booked lunch as our wives were having lunch elsewhere. I had been wanting to try the Harwood Arms after reading a positive review earlier this year. It is located on a quiet street within walking distance from Fulham Broadway. It was a very sunny and comfortable Autumn day. The restaurant has a very pleasant atmosphere with a bar along part of one wall and two separate areas for tables which are all well spaced apart. My colleague who is Dutch remembered the manager, who is also Dutch, from a well regarded restaurant in Notting Hill. We both had a separate starter and ordered the same main course of veal. My starter of crab stuffed in a pastry was excellent. the main course of veal was nicely presented and was cooked to perfection. We both drank ample quality of wine, talked at great length and thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon. Given the fine weather I had an enjoyable 30 min walk home. I am due to go back in mid November with my wife for a Sunday lunch.
This restaurant was highly recommended by a friend who lives in London. It’s a small place located in the heart of a residential area. But even so, they were starting to get packed on a Tuesday evening! Food was creatively presented and absolutely delicious.
This is such a wonderful pub. Atmosphere and food are top notch. You won't be disappointed.
Delicious food in a relaxed atmosphere with a great wine list. Don't miss the scotch egg!
We always enjoy this wonderful place...I just wish it weren't so noisy. It can be a struggle to have a conversation.
Absolutely delicious meal and fantastic wine. Decor is fitting. Waitress was incredibly helpful and everyone accommodated my dairy allergy wonderfully serving plates that almost mirrored that of my boyfriend’s. The only thing that was slightly offputting was the lady next to us constantly playing with her husband’s scraggly beard - but that was NOT the fault of the Harwood Arms as we can’t wait to go back with friends and family.
Went to The Hardwood Arms with my brother and father for my fathers 70th birthday. Most importantly ny father loved it. We all did. Food is awsome, service is friendly and good, and the atmosphere is relaxed. The people at Hardwood Arms deliverd a great evening for us, with good wine, food, and kindness. Manager Laurens-Jan stopped by the table several times to ask if we were ok, give wine advise or just check if all was good. And it was. Thanks! Highly recommended!
Harwood Arms has wonderful service and very good food. I highly recommend visiting if nearby to the area. They offer great quality food in a fantastic environment.
Overall excellent although wine options are pricey and they could improve their beer options given the craft options available in cans and bottles.
Had lunch here and was not disappointed. We had the 3 course special lunch for £32.50. Great value for money and amazing food. The fresh bread is amazing also, could not have enough of it. The service is spot on very professional but not stuck up we felt at ease and comfortable. Will definatly return.
Best Sunday lunch in London. Also, we had a pescatarian in our group and they made her a special dish with fish and the traditional Sunday roast trimmings. Service excellent.
Great food, lovely ambience. Service exceptional - arrived 45 mins early expecting to have a drink at the bar but they prepared a table immediately. Pricey wine list but waiters happy to recommend if needed. well worth it
I’ve been to the Harwood on countless occasions and it always delivers. Superb.
Creative takes on classic pub dishes, well presented and all very tasty. Cooked to perfection, service friendly and attentive too.
The Harwood Arms never disappoints. The menu changes frequently, the food is always fantastic and interesting. It's also worth going in for a drink and one of their famous scotch eggs.
I come back to Harwood Arms everytime when I’m in London and I think this was my sixth visit throughout the years! Love this place!!!
Every time I go to the Harwood Arms, I never leave disappointed. Well the opposite.
Service is always friendly and professional and the dishes are delicious and seasonal.
Congratulations to the Chef !
Still our favorite London restaurant: perfect atmosphere, great (updated) British food with an emphasis on game.
Great staff & food but dessert options could be better - something chocolate needed!!
Very enjoyable Sunday lunch - main course of beef and lamb very tasty, but could have been warmer
Wonderful Sunday roast. Excellent food and nice service :-)
I had great time, but keep in mind it's not the cheapest. Nice place with the right ambient for a date. Good food, maybe slightly overpriced. Bill around £50 each.
Wonderful food and lovely, intimate location. Had to almost beg to get the bill though - a bit slow on some of the service.
This was our first foray into a Michelin-starred eatery, and I now totally get it. The tastes were like no other. Each bite of Cornish crab or roast Yorkshire grouse was a gastronomical experience. The food, the staff, the wine list, and the rustic venue all come together to provide the diner a memorable experience.
Casual atmosphere and amazing food. Would definitely recommend if you want to have unique dishes and good service.
There were some things that didn't hit the mark for the group I brought to the restaurant. It's a bit of a hoof from the nearest Tube stop, so people were kind of tired by the time we got there. The atmosphere, while casually elegant for me, probably seemed a bit formal for some in my group. They seemed stiff in the wooden chairs surrounded by wainscoting, and the small space half-filled with men in expensive suits made them feel like they had to be on their best behavior. This elegant atmosphere was at odds with the American pop music playing. The food, while inventive and beautifully presented, was very rich- so much so that we had to leave half of a lovely paté, even trying to split it between a couple of us.
For those in the know, with sophisticated palates, I think this restaurant is a gem. I wish them all kinds of luck.
First time at this restaurant. Was recommended by a friend who was with me and had been twice before. Excellent food and service. The daily specials menu was fantastic so we didn't need to look further !
Will definitely be back.
Excellent lunch, food was flawless, perfectly executed and very appealing menu. Lovely place, service and ambience were both great, highly recommended
The food was of a high standard as you would expect for michelin star level - we particularly enjoyed the veal. There was a large table next to us so the noise level was a bit high unfortunately so talking to each other was not the easiest. Venue is light and airy, modern decor. service was excellent.
Great food and excellent service. There were periods where it was quite noisy so we had to raise our voices for conversation but apart from that, really good in every way. The staff were really really good. I would highly recommend a visit.
Amazing food, as always. The chef is a master. The menu, which varies based on season and available ingredients, is full of tempting choices. It makes for a wonderful place to go with someone you don’t mind sharing with. The hosts and waitstaff are pleasantly knowledgeable and offer great guidance. This is one of my favorite spots.